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Land of Hope - Historical Archives Exhibition on Leprosariums in Macao

As an overview, this exhibition features records and materials selected from the collection of the Archives of Macao to trace the development of medical facilities for leprosy treatment, outline the historical context of leprosy treatment in Macao, explore the social aspects of Macao in different times and present a local reflection of the global fight against the disease.

Bold Spirit - Works of Shi Lu from the Collection of the National Museum of China

Shi Lu was a representative of the revolutionary artist fostered by the Communist Party of China during the Yan’an period, as well as the major designer of the Chang’an Painting School. This hardcover catalogue contains images of all items showcased in the exhibition, as well as the related research materials and thesis. The catalogue presents over 150 pieces (sets) of artworks into four sections: “Revolutionary Epic”, “Praise of the New Era”, “Chang’an New Painting” and “Strength of Character”.

Review of Culture, International edition, no. 66 (RCI)

O estudo sobre a concessão da exploração do ópio e o desenvolvimento da economia de Macau é o destaque da edição número 66.

Works by the Artists of the Collective Eshibition of Macao Visual Arts 2020

Among a variety of artistic and cultural events organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, "Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts" plays a distinctive role. As an exhibition platform for local artists and art enthusiasts, a bridge of "meeting friends for art appreciation and exchanges" and an important access to approach contemporary arts in Macao, this exhibition is indispensable for promoting the development of local visual arts. We called for entries for "Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts", over 300 pieces (sets) of artworks were collected, which covered oil painting, watercolor, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography, video, installation, animation interactive installation and other cross-media creations. The age of participants ranged from 10 to 73, and artworks from the youth group accounted for approximately one third of the total collection. The jury comprised artistic experts and scholars from Macao, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Taiwan. After rigorous evaluation from the quality, connotation, creativeness and skill of the entries, our jury members finally selected 79 pieces (sets) of award-winning and short-listed artworks.