IC launches promotional video “Visible Cultural Forces”

Il Maestro di Musica – Intermezzo by Giovanni Battista Martini in the 28th Macao International Music Festival

The promotional video “Visible Cultural Forces”, specially produced and launched by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), puts forward the concept of culture being a major force in the development of the society, concluding that the Macao’s cultural forces as the visible power of the city. The video “Visible Cultural Forces” is divided in six parts: “New Cultural Scene”, “Cultural Heritage”, “Cultural and Creative Industries”, “Cultural Events”, “Public Libraries” and “Culture dissemination by Education”, which highlights IC’s projects this year. IC anticipates to carry out the restoration projects of several cultural heritage items and the establishment of cultural spaces and library facilities as well as revitalization projects such as the Patane Library, No. 80 of Rua das Estalagens and the Maritime Workshops, which will open to the public correspondingly. The cultural and creative industries are an important component of the establishment of a diversified society and economy. This year, IC will launch the Support Programme for the Production of Original Animation Short Films, the Subsidy Programme for the Production of Original Song Albums, the Subsidy Programme for Fashion Design on Sample Making and the Support Programme for the Production of Feature Films. These programmes complement each other and contribute to the development of the cultural and creative industries. The promotional video “Visible Cultural Forces” will be available on the website of the Cultural Affairs Bureau www.icm.gov.mo, the Macao Heritage Net www.macauheritage.net, the Macao Art Net www.macauart.net, the Macao Cultural and Creative Industries Website www.macaucci.com, exclusive channel in Youtube “IC Macao”, Facebook Page “IC Art” and on IC’s WeChat account.

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