M+ has already embarked on a variety of public programmes such as talks, in the form of M+ Matters, and exhibitions as part of Mobile M+ - a series of "nomadic" exhibitions. They mark the beginning of the museum's venture to explore different possibilities of engaging the public without the presence of a building.

  • M+ Rover 2016-17

    M+ Rover: Travelling Creative Studio is the first major free school outreach programme organised annually by M+. The 8 metre-long tailor-made trailer is a pop-up creative studio that will tour to secondary schools and community spaces during the academic year from February to June 2017

  • There Are No Others / Bight of the Twin

    07.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    Opening the Genderfluid series, this double bill takes a personal look at the body, the self and the other, pairing Amy Amos Gebhardt’s slow-motion short of falling naked bodies shot against a changing cloudscape with Hazel Hill McCarthy III’s documentary on Genesis Breyer P-Orridge’s journey to the Vodoun Twin Festival in Benin

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  • M+ Screenings: Genderfluid

    07.04.2017 to 09.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    M+ Screenings: Genderfluid looks at how contemporary moving-image artists, across different generations and geographies, have created transgressive and transformative representations of gender on screen

  • Angst Essen/Eat Fear / Uterus Man / Ex Nilalang

    08.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    Presenting works that challenge cultural and gender stereotypes, this triple bill features Ming Wong’s re-enactment of a seminal Fassbinder film, an anime short of an androgynous superhero by Lu Yang, and a series of four performance videos by Club Ate that transform Filipino urban myths and traditional folklore into stories of queer resistance

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  • Duilian / Orlando

    08.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    Two sumptuous stories of historical fiction that cross the boundaries of time, country and gender: Wu Tsang’s dreamlike martial-arts love story about a revolutionary poet set in present-day Hong Kong, and Sally Potter’s daring adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, a playful story of a young man who, mid-way through a life that spans four centuries, wakes one morning as a woman

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  • Inextinguishable Fire / Lover, Other: The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

    09.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    A double bill that explores the performative self, identity politics and trauma, featuring a performance video by transgender artist and stunt person Cassils, and an experimental documentary by Barbara Hammer profiling the Surrealist artists, Nazi Resisters and lovers, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

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  • Sérgio e Simone #2 / Love Man, Love Woman

    09.04.2017, Broadway Cinematheque

    Exploring how indigenous religions can offer a safe haven for transgressive gender identities, this double bill features Virginia de Medeiros’s documentary portrait of Simone, a transvestite prostitute who assumes a double identity as Sergio, an evangelical preacher, and Nguyen Trinh Thi’s profile of master Luu Ngoc Duc, a flamboyant spirit medium of the Vietnamese Dao Mau religion

    M+ Screenings

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