The Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM) is holding its “11th Macau Fashion Illustration Contest” to encourage local fashion lovers to explore their creativity.
30 Apr, 2020
The Macau Museum has launched a mobile app called “Macau Museum AR/VR” to provide the public with a virtual museum experience.
27 Apr, 2020
An event entitled “Instituto Salesiano Middle School Visual Arts Education – Modern Printmaking Bookplate Exhibition” showcases a raft of printmaking bookplates created by Instituto Salesiano pupils and teachers, at the Youth Art Exhibition and Performance Hall.
23 Apr, 2020
A group of local theatre practitioners submitted a letter to both the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture and Cultural Affairs Bureau, presenting suggestions on how the government could help the performing arts industry hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
3 Apr, 2020
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, after “careful evaluation”, the government has decided to cancel the “Tap Seac Craft Market” originally scheduled for next month.
26 Mar, 2020
The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) and Cultural Industry Fund (FIC) discussed various measures to support the cultural and creative industries hit hard by the novel coronavirus epidemic.
24 Mar, 2020
After the reopening of some public libraries and museums early this month, the Cultural Bureau (IC) reopened several other cultural facilities on Monday.
17 Mar, 2020
The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) has announced the appointment of Stephen Morgan, a Welsh deacon who has been a professor at the Catholic university since September 2019, as its next rector.
15 Mar, 2020
Macau's public libraries, museums and other cultural venues will gradually and partially reopen from Monday, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced.
1 Mar, 2020
The Secretariat for Administration and Justice (GSAJ) said in a statement Thursday night that all public services will resume their “normal” work schedule on Monday.
28 Feb, 2020
This year's Procession of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus has been cancelled "in view of he continuing [noval coronavirus] epidemic and the call of public health precautions," the chancery of Macau's Roman-Catholic diocese announced.
18 Feb, 2020
The Macau government announced Saturday that the annual Kun Iam Treasury Opening Festival, which traditionally takes place on the 26th day of the first month of the lunar calendar, has been cancelled.
16 Feb, 2020
Macau's private University of Saint Joseph, which is co-owned by the local Roman-Catholic diocese and the Lisbon-based Portuguese Catholic University (UCP), will be headed by Stephen Morgan, a deacon from Wales.
14 Feb, 2020
From flash mobs to a murder mystery tour, speed-dating to paper theatre, Macau City Fringe Festival will take place next month.
12 Dec, 2019
American film Give Me Liberty won Best Film in the International Competition category at the 4th International Film Festival Awards – Macau (IFFAM), topping nine other films. As for the New Chinese Cinema category, Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains was awarded Best Film.
11 Dec, 2019
The “2019 Macao International Parade”, organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, was held on Sunday to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Macao’s handover to China.
9 Dec, 2019
A museum in commemoration of national composer Xian Xinghai, situated next to government-owned broadcaster TDM in Rua de Francisco Xavier Pereira, opened to the public on Sunday.
25 Nov, 2019
A total of 12,719 people worked in Macau’s cultural industries last year.
22 Nov, 2019
A parade to celebrate this year’s “Double Celebration” will be led by a mechanical installation called the “Spirit of the Dragon-Horse”.
20 Nov, 2019