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Digital Content

While live performances and events are suspended you can still enjoy our programmes online.


In response to the unprecedented situation facing numerous museums and cultural organisations in Hong Kong and around the world, M+ joins our many museum colleagues’ efforts in providing online content and resources for you to enjoy and use at home. On this page, we offer a regularly updated curated list of content by M+ available on our various online spaces

An Invitation: On Empty Theatre

What is the nature of theatre when live performance is impossible? Standing alone in a black box theatre, facing an empty auditorium, 30 Hong Kong-based actors explore their relationship with theatre and the audience in a series of profound and heartfelt videos

The M+ Collections

Visit the M+ Collections Beta, an evolving website presenting over 5,000 objects

Ten Hong Kong Films You Might Have Missed

Li Cheuk-to, Curator, Hong Kong Film and Media at M+, is here with some ideas on lesser-known and often-overlooked Hong Kong films. Watch them at home, or at a screening in the future

How Did You Two Meet? — Online Talks

In this series, curators draw connections between uncommon pairings of works of art, design, and architecture from the M+ Collections to spark new stories

Shirley Tse: An Exercise in Negotiation

Shirley Tse discusses her two installations Negotiated Differences and Playcourt, explores how they respond to the exhibition site and negotiate with its spaces


Arts Relief Scheme 2020

The Arts Relief Scheme 2020 supports creative works that promote community spirit and enriches people's lives. 13 funded projects are announced

Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders

M+ Pavilion is closed until 18 August 2020 (Tuesday)
1.7-4.10.2020|M+ Pavilion, Art Park

M+ Shop

In collaboration with Shirley Tse, the M+ shop has developed a series of products in response to her solo exhibition Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders and to evoke her sculptural ideas

Traditional Music Notation in Kunqu and Cantonese Opera

Over three talks, Lee King-chi and Chan Chi-kong of The Gong Strikes One provide demonstrations of how to read gongche music notation and talk with experts in the field to offer insight into various aspects of this traditional notation form
14.1.2020 - 13.10.2020|Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

The Stage Movements of Cantonese Opera

The technical demands of Cantonese opera require that performers achieve expert skills in five different stage arts: singing, acting, recital, martial arts and dance
2.9.2020|Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre