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Mirror of the Soul: Calligraphy from the Late Qing to the Republican Years 2008 / 6 / 10
A Fresh Touch: An Exchange Exhibition of Artworks by Macao and Shanghai Young Artists 2008 / 6 / 10
Innovative Brushwork: Experimental Paintings from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute 2008 / 6 / 10
'Puncture Vessel' - Oil Painting Exhibition 2008 / 6 / 9
Macau-born Lui Chak Hong, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor practicing in the United Kingdom, presents the "Puncture Vessel" oil painting exhibition at Creative Macau.
Soliloquy of Nature - Works by James Chu 2008 / 6 / 6
An active local artist, James Chu, over the years, has dedicated himself to the promotion of Macau's artistic and cultural development, with his works recognised by many local and overseas design and art awards. In a rapidly developing city, the individual's impressions of Nature is becoming more and more obscure thus the exhibition "Soliloquy of Nature" is a clear statement by the artist of his own existing condition.
Photography Competition 2008 / 6 / 5
Photography Competition
"Retake of CREB Installations' Creation" with Coffee 2008 / 6 / 5
Ox Warehouse - part of the Old Ladies' House Art Space - holds regular exhibitions promoting local art, and now a newly-opened coffee shop serves beverages to visitors every Saturday and Sunday afternoon between 3:00pm and 7:00pm.
Second Anniversary Macau BannerBag 2008 / 6 / 4
Unique bags made from recycled advertising banners. Macau Bannerbag brings together the concept of style and ecological sustainability. Come and join us in this year's exhibition.
Zhejiang Arts & Crafts in Lou Kau Mansion 2008 / 6 / 4
Taishun in Zhejiang is renowned as the "Home of Puppets", an art that draws deeply from its folk roots and local features. Puppet shows have been popular in Taishun since the late Ming Dynasty and the early Qing Dynasty, with artists proficient not only in performing puppet shows but in puppet-making. Ji Tianyuan - a prop designer and producer for the Yue Opera Troupe of Wenzhou, who was recognised as one of the "Ten Best Young Folk Artists in Wenzhou" in 2003 - shares his experiences of puppet-head making with visitors.
Clearing the Heart, Seizing Time and Opportunity: 2008 / 6 / 3
The Macau Ricci Institute (MRI) is glad to invite you to its June "MRI Forum", a monthly seminar on Greater China related topics. The forum will be chaired by Artur Wardega, Director of the Macau Ricci Institute. It will be followed by a small cocktail party during which participants will have the opportunity to meet the speaker. Due to limited space, interested persons should reserve their seat on a "first come, first serve" basis. Your contact details, especially e-mail address, will allow us to keep you informed of forthcoming MRI Forums and other MRI activities. At the occasion, a selection of the Institute's publications will be offered at a discount price (please, see below).
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