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Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition 'This is where I will always be ?Works by Nuno Santiago' 2015 / 4 / 1
The opening of the exhibition “This is where I will always be – Works by Nuno Santiago”, organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, held on March 20, Friday, at 6.30pm, at Tap Seac Gallery, showcasing 28 painting works by the Portuguese artist. Present at the opening ceremony were Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis, Tam Chon Weng; Director of the Department of Education and Culture of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao S.A.R, Xu Ting; The Representative of the Consul General of Portugal in Macao and Hong Kong, Chancellor Manuel Ricardo da Silva; President of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Ung Vai Meng; Member of the Cultural Consultative Committee, Carlos Marreiros; Director of Macao Delegation of the Orient Foundation, Ana Paula Cleto; Artist of the exhibition, Nuno Santiago. 
Porcelain and Pix 2015 / 3 / 31
In Foam Tip' by Arlinda Frota the medically trained artist shows 77 hand-painted porcelain pieces, influenced by her global travels. A recipient of the Kofi Annan prize, she has exhibited across Europe and Asia. Meanwhile, in Transmutation' Carol Kwok presents a series of nine fine-art photographs, of which she says: "I try to be as conceptual as I can.
Sound & Image Challenge Short-Film Festival 2015 2015 / 3 / 31
This year Sound & Image Challenge has already started!  After the 5th consecutive year of Sound & Image Challenge Worldwide 2014, it is once again on the move, and converts into a bigger and even more exciting event, Sound & Image Challenge 2015, Short-Film Festival, compromises two separate contests, Short-Film contest – SHORTS and Music Video contest – VOLUME. 
‘See and Touch’ - Touchable Arts Exhibition 2015 / 3 / 30
This exhibition deprives us of the sense of sight for a purpose. Visitors can touch, smell and even taste the exhibits created by local artists and the visually impaired.
New Year Traditions of Tianjin and Chongqing Municipalities 2015 / 3 / 27
Cultural Affairs Bureau Continues to Launch Macau Printmaking Triennial 2015 / 3 / 26
Organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau and co-organised by Printmaking Research Centre of Macau, the 2nd Macau Printmaking Triennial will be held in November this year.
Campus Páscoa 2015 / 3 / 25
“Sensibility” Paintings & Sculptures Exhibition 2015 / 3 / 24
The Promotion Project of Macau Artists - Chinese Paintings Exhibition of Chio Tin Song 2015 / 3 / 23
Ticket purchasing for the 26th Macao Arts Festival available from Sunday 2015 / 3 / 23
The 26th Macao Arts Festival (MAF), organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, will be held from 1 to 31 May. The theme of the 26th edition of the festival is “Encounter”, which seeks to transcend the boundaries of art and allow different mediums of the arts to converse, thus demonstrating the diversification of art.
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