The Academy is pleased to be able to benefit from the two distinctive campuses with a wide range of art studios and workshops for teaching and research in visual arts. Many studios are unique in institutions in Hong Kong and the nearby regions.
Kowloon Tong Campus
The Communication and Visual Arts Building was completed in 2011. AVA studios are located on the third and fourth floor of the building, including Chinese Arts Studio, Glass Studio, Jewellery Design Studio, Installation Studio, 3D Studio, Prototyping Lab, Graphic Arts Studio, Lens-media Studio, Darkroom and Computer Labs. There is also two floors of exhibition space in the Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery, located on the ground floor and first floor of the building.
Kai Tak Campus
The Kai Tak Campus is the former Royal Air Force (RAF) Officers’ Mess. The 3,500-square-metre building, with its unique early 20th century colonial architectural style, is a Grade I historic building. Its high ceilings, spacious rooms, and scenic views are conducive for creative work and for the teaching of visual arts. The renovated building is equipped with a Painting Studio, Drawing Studio, Printmaking studio, Ceramics studio, Sculpture Studio, Metal Foundry, and a Gallery as well as student studio spaces.