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Master of Arts in Cultural Management

Master of Arts in Cultural Management - Introduction


The MACM programme is the leading postgraduate programme in cultural management in Hong Kong. Through an open, flexible, theoretically grounded curriculum including practical fieldwork experience, students are taught to meet the challenging demands of our ever-changing cultural and creative industries. A core value of the MACM Programme is its recognition of cultural management as more than just technical studies in management. It is an act of cultural mediation that touches on issues such as professional ethics, cultural rights, cultural identity, and the social dynamics within cultural representation. Students learn to interpret, define, communicate, and advocate for the dignity, values and cultural rights of all members of society. Graduates from the Programme become cultural mediators who bridge the art world and the public life of our local communities.


Aims and Objectives

The Programme aims at providing professional training within the various areas of cultural practices, with equal emphasis on nurturing:

  • Technical and managerial know-how,
  • Criticality,
  • Creative skill.

The Programme has set the objectives as follows:

  • To offer students a broad and critical perspective of theories relating to culture and cultural management
  • To strengthen students' technical abilities in cultural management;
  • To nurture students creative skills in the curatorial and managerial practices;
  • To consolidate students' knowledge on cultural and creative industries;
  • To prepare students for a fast-moving, ever-changing, and global cultural environment.