Explore the arts with our online learning and teaching resources. These comprehensive and fully illustrated guides provide useful background information on our programmes,
NEONSIGNS.HK - City Hunt Neon Map
City Hunt x Neon Signs@Hong Kong ―Family Workshop is one of the programmes of Mobile M+: NEONSIGNS.HK, an interactive online exhibition celebrating Hong Kong’s neon signs. This city hunt neon map is designed to encourage families to explore neon signs in Yau Tsim Mong, Wan Chai, Central and Western district and to discover unique stories behind them. Kids and parents are invited to join hands and follow the route on the map, hunt for the neon signs and complete tasks that help you understand the design and special features of neon signs in Hong Kong. Visit www.neonsigns.hk for more details.
Preview the map
Mobile M+: Inflation! - Adventures in Giant's Land
Designed in association with “Mobile M+: Inflation!” exhibition (2013), this booklet is designed for children to let their creativity roam wild. We hope parents or teachers can guide the children in tackling the tasks, in order to help them grasp some of
M+ Bamboo Theatre - Exhibition Education Booklet
During the Lunar New Year of the Dragon, M+ joined forces with the Performing Arts team and presented a contemporary art exhibition at a traditional bamboo theatre, featuring works by five contemporary artists from the field of visual arts and new media. This education booklet has been designed to encourage children to learn about the traditional art form of Cantonese Opera as well as other strands of contemporary art practice.
Design can ＿
Design can ＿ is an illustrated booklet showcasing a selection of nine objects from the exhibition Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection. Taken as a group, the objects illustrate the unlimited possibilities of design. The booklet also features various questions which aim to provoke thinking and discussion related to the subject.
Download the booklet
Museum Architecture Design
Museum Architecture Design is an illustrated booklet targeting young readers aged 12 or above. Through an architect’s perspective, it raises some of the integral questions towards coming up with a museum design. With M+ building as an example, the book also explains the ways in which architecture are studied and collected to facilitate a deeper appreciation of the subject.
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M+ Rover: A Teacher’s Resource Pack
Before visiting M+ Rover, secondary school teachers can make use of this resource pack to prepare students for the experience by introducing the commissioned artist and his work. After the visit, this pack can serve to extend students’ experience by initiating discussions and related activities. The collection of this resource pack will be enriched as M+ Rover commissions different artists each year. Teachers at non-participating schools can still use the pack for research and lesson planning.
Download introductory booklet
Download Tang Kwok Hin’s 'Look at You booklet'
Download Siu Wai Hang’s ‘Disappearing Over the Decades’ booklet
Download Rainbow Leung’s ‘One Of A Kind’ Booklet
Building M+: The Museum and Architecture Collection - Teaching Pack
Specifically written to support teaching, especially in architecture, art and design, and environmental education, this teaching pack provides ideas that can be adopted into the teaching of varying ages, using materials about the exhibited collection in the show, “Building M+: The Museum and Architecture Collection”.
Mobile M+: Inflation! - Secondary School Teaching Pack
This teaching pack has been designed to support secondary school teachers in planning a visit to the “Mobile M+: Inflation!” exhibition, with a collection of information about the exhibition, exhibiting works, the artists and some of the key concepts and themes of the exhibition. It includes simple games and activities, suggestive questions and examples.
Designed to illustrate the interrelationship and thematic discourse between the exhibited collections in the exhibition, “Building M+: The Museum and Architecture Collection” the online platform serves as a teaching and self-learning tool for those with an architectural enthusiasm.
At the centre, you will find the thematic guides that reference the loosely-organised and overlapping “signposts” in the exhibition, showing the intricate interconnection of the exhibits. Descriptions of each exhibit can be found by clicking the individual project shown on the platform. 16 focused case-studies, highlighted with thumbnails, contains additional background information, reflective discussion points and extension activities for those who are interested to find out more about the exhibition.
*The platform is best viewed on a desktop browser. Click here to open the platform in full screen.
We have published a series of exhibition catalogues which offer a more in-depth understanding of our projects and the participating artists. Catalogues for our previous and on-going exhibitions are available in major bookstores in Hong Kong.
Contact us for more details about our publications.
M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art - Exhibition Catalogue
The hardback catalogue contains 60 beautiful full-colour illustrations, a foreword by Dr. Lars Nittve, Advisor, M+, and contributions by Dr Uli Sigg, and M+ Curators Dr. Pi Li, and Isabella Tam.
English and Chinese (trad)
ISBN: 978-988-16240-5-5 (English reprint edition)
ISBN: 978-988-16240-9-3 (Chinese edition)
Tsang Kin-Wah: The Infinite Nothing, Hong Kong in Venice - Exhibition Catalogue
This illustrated bilingual (Chinese and English) catalogue was published in conjunction with ‘Tsang Kin-Wah: The Infinite Nothing’, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah at the 56th International Art Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia. The text explores the intricate layers of Tsang's artistic practice through an overview of his previous work, an artist-curator interview, and an examination of the philosophies and ideologies crystallised within the Venice exhibition. With contributions from Tsang Kin-Wah, Doryun Chong, Stella Fong, Winnie Lai, and Sharon Chan.
English and Chinese
‘You (you).’ – Lee Kit - Exhibition Catalogue
Fully illustrated bi-lingual accompanying publication with contributions from Lee Kit, Yung Ma, Lars Nittve, Pauline J. Yao and Jean Yen Ruo Jin.
Chinese and English
Mobile M+: Inflation! - Exhibition Catalogue
The catalogue is a collection of short essays on the artists' oeuvre in relation to the exhibition by Tobias Berger & Pauline J. Yao, as well as articles on the relationship between art, architecture, landscape and public space by Michaela Crimmin, Ho Siu
Chinese and English
Mobile M+: Yau Ma Tei - Exhibition Catalogue
The catalogue includes essays on each of the artists’ oeuvre in relation to their installations by leading art commentators such as Koon Yee-wan and Olivier Krischer; a series of comic strips by Li Chi-tak in response to the artists’ proposals; and writings, photographs and archival images documenting the thinking and process behind the works.
Chinese and English