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M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship 2016 Public Talk

In this public talk, the 2016 recipients of the M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship—Joseph Grima and the team of Juliana Kei and Daniel Cooper—will present the results of their research, illustrating the diversity of topics supported by the fellowship programme
4.3.2017 | MakerHive

Professional Development

A range of professional development initiatives with local and overseas arts and educational organisations

Public and Learning Programmes

Get inspired through our workshops, talks and lectures

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Learn more about Tree Tour

Would you like to know how to recognise different types of trees and plants? Our Tree Tour guides are happy to share interesting stories and fun facts about the species we are growing in the Nursery Park. Take a look at the video to find out more about our Tree Tours

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M+ Rover 2015-16

See the photos, students' artworks and response of the first M+ Rover

M+ Rover 2016-17

M+ Rover features an exhibition that evolves as it travels from school to school; students contribute to the ever-changing and evolving show

M+ Summer Camp 2016

M+ Summer Camp is one of M+’s youth-targeted initiatives. We invite practitioners of visual art, design, architecture, illustration, film, writing, and performing arts to create programmes to engage young people


Explore our teaching and learning resources for all age groups

Internships and Volunteering

Get behind the scenes through our exciting range of internships and volunteering opportunities

Desman, Staff of InBetween, introduces small shops in Taipingshan’s neighborhood

Tai Ping Shan Community Storytelling Guided Tour

Take a look at the photo of Guided tours in April 2015 to see how the participants engaged in listening to the stories and history of Tai Ping Shan Community
4 – 19.4.2015


Consultation Panel Meeting
Read the latest consultation panel meeting agenda and materials

International Workshop Festival of Theatre

This biennale International Workshop Festival of Theatre (IWF) is part of the longer term capability development of the Hong Kong and regional arts landscape on the methodologies of making contemporary performance