GalaxyArt, the non-profit art space managed by GEG Foundation, aims to nurture young people and broaden their horizon in the arts. Educational Program for schools were provided to local students for the past two exhibitions and positive feedbacks were received from participating teachers and students.
GalaxyArt would now welcome local students to its latest exhibition “5 a.m.” Oil Painting Exhibition by local artist Yuen Wai-Ip. Specially curated guided tours, conducted by GalaxyArt docents, will be arranged according to your students’ ages and subjects. GEG Foundation would like to extend our gratitude to the School of Education at University of Saint Joseph, for providing us with valuable feedback and advice on our school guided tours.
Prof. Rochelle Ge, Dean of the School of Education, Prof. Isabel Tchiang, Prof. Susannah Sun and Prof. Miranda Mak from the School of Education at University of Saint Joseph, visited GalaxyArt and were welcomed by Ms Florence Lam, curator of GalaxyArt, for a guided tour of “5 a.m.” and discussion about the Education Program.
Guided tours for primary schools, secondary schools and seminars for tertiary educational institutions are available. Please contact the Foundation at (853) 2822 8160 for details.
A firm believer that there is unlimited potential in art and culture, GEG Foundation will continue to promote the development of arts and culture in Macau through GalaxyArt and GEG Arts & Culture Initiative, and nurture young people by giving them more chances to broaden their horizons in arts and culture.