Explore Shenzhen with Google Arts & Culture

Google, the global search engine, wants the world to know more about Shenzhen's vibrant arts and culture community. Last week, Google Arts & Culture, in collaboration with five of Shenzhen's top cultural institutions — Shenzhen Museum, Shenzhen Foundation for International Exchange and Cooperation, Nanshan Museum, Shenzhen Wangye Museum and Pingshan Art Museum, launched a new website on its Google Arts & Culture platform devoted exclusively to Shenzhen. It presents to you this truly remarkable city of innovation, wonder and endless possibilities.

OCT-LOFT Creative Festival highlights graphic design in motion

Themed "Flow: Graphics in Motion," the 2022 OCT-LOFT Creative Festival summarizes the evolution of contemporary graphic design forms from being static to being in motion. The free exhibition, running through Jan. 5, 2023, presents more than 100 motion graphic design works by 25 top designers and studios from 10 countries. Multimedia devices have been set up at the exhibition.

Memories revisited through live music

A classic movie is often made more memorable with the spice of inspiring scores, whose familiar tunes immediately conjure back scenes from that film and fill the listener's heart with joy or sorrow.

Concerts to play Chopin, Chinese folk music

Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra will play a night of scores from popular Western movies, such as "Star Wars," "Frozen""Titanic" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" on Friday night (50-880 yuan).

HK designer Hong Ko brings artworks

Hong Kong designer Hong Ko is exhibiting his artworks at the "Blink Blink" exhibition until Nov. 30. Layers of pre-designed film, vibrant airbrush lines and shimmering mirrored materials are presented in his sculptures and paintings.

Two Shenzhen-produced films win Golden Rooster

Two movies involving Shenzhen production companies won Golden Rooster Awards at the closing ceremony of the 2022 China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival held in Xiamen, Fujian Province, on Saturday.