Portuguese architect-turned-artist to assume new role in April, replacing linguist Ana Paula Cleto, who has headed FO’s Macao delegation since 2010.
Curator says: ‘The right to speech in the arts should not be in the hands of the majority – if arts cannot be inclusive, neither can society.’
Existing structure to be maintained and original appearance preserved – commercial activities likely to be introduced in future.
Historic site that was once home to one of Macao’s major industries now hosts information centre and exhibition hall; tender for café to be launched soon.
‘Priority experience’ for just eight people at a time will be launched end of December, while exhibition’s full version is scheduled for first quarter of 2023.
Classics like Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Journal of the Plague Year and The Waste Land all feature in city’s long-running, much-admired book fest.
MOP 84,000 to be presented to competition winners at Gala Awards Ceremony; director says cinema is ‘most democratic’ medium.
Local architectural duo Rui Leão and Carlotta Bruni commended for innovative new design in a world heritage context.