82 irregularly recruited staff will be terminated by IC

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will terminate employment contracts with 82 of its irregularly recruited staff, as stated in a report released by the Commission Against Corruption.

25 Apr, 2017

Cinematheque Passion Macau

Cinematheque Passion officially opens in Macau

Cinematheque Passion officially opened its doors Thursday and is ready to introduce locals to the world of film with screenings of new releases of non-mainstream movies.

31 Mar, 2017

Culture Affairs Bureau hiring procedures

Culture Affairs Bureau chief vows to review staff hiring procedures

Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) President Leung Hio Ming promised on Sunday that his bureau will review its procedures for hiring staff, with the aim of ensuring that its recruitment procedures will always be conducted in line with the law.

13 Mar, 2017

Women's Art Biennial

Carlos Marreiros suggests Women’s Art Biennial

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Albergue SCM held an art exhibition on Wednesday featuring works of female artists from Macau and lusophone countries. In its second edition and attended by mostly women, the exposition features 28 artworks from 28 female artists. Last year, the exhibition only presented artworks from Chinese artists. President of Albergue … Continue reading "Carlos Marreiros suggests Women’s Art Biennial"

9 Mar, 2017

James Wong

James Wong represents Macau at Venice Biennale

The Macau Museum of Art (MAM) will present an exhibition titled “A Bonsai of My Dreams – Works by Wong Cheng Pou” in the upcoming “57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale Di Venezia” in Venice, Italy from May 13.

8 Mar, 2017

Macau Arts Festival

Macau Arts Festival explores ‘heterotopia’

Themed “Heterotopia”, this year’s month-long arts festival will present 25 programmes of dance, music and theatre exploring various possibilities of space by means of different art manifestations.

7 Mar, 2017

Macau literary festival

The Script Road – Macau Literary Festival 6th edition begins on Saturday

The 6th edition of The Script Road – Macau Literary Festival will kick off on Saturday (4th March) with comic book authors Dick Ng, Filipe Melo, Philippe Graton and Clément Baloup, who will deliver a talk on “Illustrating Words – The Art of Comics”.

3 Mar, 2017

Leung Hio Ming

Chui Sai On appoints Leung Hio Ming as new culture chief

Chief Executive Chui Sai On has appointed Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) vice president Leung Hio Ming as the bureau's president for a two-year term, effective from today according to Wednesday's Official Gazette.

16 Feb, 2017

Macau Literary Festival

The Script Road Literary Festival to be held in March

Man Booker Prize finalists Madeleine Thien and Graeme Macrae Burnet are among the guest authors for the sixth edition of the Script Road – Macau Literary Festival, which will take place between March 4th to 19th.

7 Feb, 2017

Tam vows to protect Ilha Verde hill, Macau

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng promised on Monday that the government will protect Ilha Verde Hill. Tam made the remarks when replying to an oral interpellation by lawmaker Ho Ion Sang during a plenary session of the legislature.

24 Jan, 2017

Macau government lists 9 more cultural heritage items

Executive Council spokesman Leong Heng Teng said on Thursday that nine monuments and buildings of architectural interest have been newly listed as cultural heritage.

20 Jan, 2017

MFTPA may sue Marco Muller for “breaches of contract”

The Macau Films & Television Productions and Culture Association (MFTPA) may sue Marco Muller – the International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM) former director – for “breaches of contract.” According to a statement released two days ago, MFTPA declares Muller failed to fulfil the agreement, which was signed by the Association and the former … Continue reading "MFTPA may sue Marco Muller for “breaches of contract”"

15 Nov, 2016

Marco Müller resigned as the Director of the Macau International Film Festival

Marco Mueller, the renowned former artistic director of the prestigious Venice Film Festival and the International Film Festival of Rome has resigned from his role as the Director of the first edition of the International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM). The reason for his resignation is yet to be formally explained. The rumors in the Macau film sector … Continue reading "Marco Müller resigned as the Director of the Macau International Film Festival"

14 Nov, 2016

Kostantin Bessmertny works on display at Macau Museum of Art

The Macao Museum of Art (MAM) inaugurated on Friday the contemporary art exhibition “Ad Lib – Recent Works of Konstantin Bessmertny” which is on display at the Gallery of Special Exhibitions of MAM. The exhibition features a total of 34 recent works by the Macau based artist Konstantin Bessmertny in such forms as paintings, sculptures, … Continue reading "Kostantin Bessmertny works on display at Macau Museum of Art"

14 Nov, 2016

Macau hosts Dr Sun’s 150th birth anniversary ceremony 

Various sectors of the local community hosted a ceremony on Tuesday at the Macau Cultural Centre in Nape to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Dr Sun Yat-sen. Dr Sun, also known as Sun Zhongshan or Sun Wen, is widely seen as the founder of modern China. He was born in Guangdong’s then … Continue reading "Macau hosts Dr Sun’s 150th birth anniversary ceremony "

9 Nov, 2016

Culture fund chief vows more support for film & music made in Macau

Cultural Industries Fund (FIC) President Leong Heng Teng said on Tuesday the fund would strengthen its support for projects related to fashion design, music, films and performance art, considering that the number of these projects account for a major part of the projects backed by the fund. Leong made the remarks at a press conference about … Continue reading "Culture fund chief vows more support for film & music made in Macau"

9 Nov, 2016

Macau to host international circus festival

A one-day show of the 3rd China International Circus Festival will be held at Macau Forum in Zape on Saturday, Ip Peng Kin, chief-of-cabinet of the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture, announced last week. According to Ip, 3,000 free tickets have been reserved for pupils, students and the elderly, while 1,000 will be given to … Continue reading "Macau to host international circus festival"

7 Nov, 2016

Street performances in Macau to become legal

The government will allow street performers to show their talents in three designated areas – the Taipa-Houses Museum, Mount Fortress Garden and Anim’Arte Nam Van – starting from November 11, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced yesterday during a press conference at the Macau Tea Culture House. Addressing the press conference, IC Vice-President Leung Hio Ming said the bureau will … Continue reading "Street performances in Macau to become legal"

26 Oct, 2016

Macau government insists on location of new central library

Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) President Guilherme Ung Vai Meng said Tuesday on the sidelines of a regular Cultural Heritage Council meeting that the government had already made up its mind to build the new central library at the Old Courthouse. Ung also said the bidding process for the library’s detailed design plan would start later … Continue reading "Macau government insists on location of new central library"

28 Sep, 2016

Giant inflatable lantern rabbit displayed in Macau

A 11-metre tall inflatable rabbit and 40 rabbit lanterns, designed by architect Carlos Marreiros and local and Beijing artists were displayed on Saturday in the waterfront of Nam Van Lake promenade of One Central Macau to coincide with the Mid-Autumn Festival and the annual “Macao International Fireworks Display Contest.” Measuring 18-metre in length and 11-metre in … Continue reading "Giant inflatable lantern rabbit displayed in Macau"

5 Sep, 2016