The mixed media exhibition City Notes, by French visual artist Yves Etienne Sonolet, will open tomorrow, Tuesday, August 30, at 6.30 pm, at Macau Art Garden. The artist notes "there is a serious identity question about the specificity of this Macau, what will be left".
Doubt/Hope is the name of the solo exhibition of photographer Wilson Caldeira, to take place at Macau Design Centre. The opening will be on September 10, 5 pm, and the exhibition will last until September 18.
The play Chalk About will challenge kids to share their thoughts on a series of issues on August 27 and 28, at the Macao Cultural Centre (CCM). The play, by acclaimed Scottish company Curious Seed, has been praised by The Times as "the most brilliantly imaginative, humorous, touching theatre".
Neil Hannon is making his comeback as The Divine Comedy. Foreverland, which will be released on September 2, is where he has ended up: a 12-track album with songs of praise and distaste for the distresses of domesticity wrapped in grand allusions to historical empires with characters just as large as life as it is, not more.
This weekend I recommend you to take some time off to discover a few talented people — local and non-local; on stage and on screen. The first is the Work in Progress series promoted by the recently launched local cultural association White Space, while the latter is the screening of Kaili Blues, by Bi Gan, hosted by local cart group Comuna de Han-Ian.
Funny; moving; out of the box. Orange Is the New Black, created by Jenji Kohan, takes you on a flashback-journey through the amazing lives of women who share mainly one thing in common: they are doing time in jail.