Art exhibition 'This Is Not A Theater' to be held in Guangzhou
Zhang intends to transform all individual ideology and perception experiences into drama-like visual representations which are relatively rich in both fun and attitude.
See you at the theatre over the next six months
Want to watch opera, drama, dance, concerts and more? See you at the theatre.
Eyes and Beyond: Art Sharing Project for the Visually Impaired
In the hope of indicating the existence of differences through art, the exhibition aims to inspire acceptance, understanding and tolerance, rather than eliminating those differences.
Money saving discounts and more available in Guangzhou to boost spending
Guangzhou launched a consumption stimulus campaign across the city at the beginning of this month, offering hefty discounts to get people back into the habit of spending both on and offline.
Next Wave Awards International Student Documentary Competition calling for entries
University students from both China and abroad are all entitled to participate.
Weekend live streams of Rembrandt and Monet
You no longer need to get off your couch to see some of the famous Rembrandt and Monet pieces which are currently hanging at the Guangdong Museum. The museum is bringing them to you via live stream over the weekend.
Handprints of frontline medics to be collected to memorialize fight against COVID-19
Guangzhou has launched a campaign to collect handprints of both frontline medics and people who have made great a contribution to the fight against this epidemic from across the globe.
Rembrandt, Monet, and much more awaits you at reopened museums
Notable artworks by Rembrandt and Monet are currently on display at the Guangdong Museum.
Shenzhen Fashion Week goes online amid epidemic
Ten local fashion brands presented an art feast on the Internet on Friday, when this year’s Shenzhen Fashion Week kicked off in partnership with a popular domestic online video-sharing platform.
Dozens of online exhibitions of culture and art for stay-at-home joy
Guangdong’s museums have rolled out a series of online exhibitions for you to enjoy while staying indoors during the Coronavirus outbreak. Long press the following QR codes to start your online museum tour.