Donations

The Macao Museum of Art has been focusing on artworks of unique significance to Macao, proactively collecting and organising works related to the development of visual arts locally, in order to offer more resources for art education and research. Your generous donations provide support to MAM’s efforts in preserving the important moments of Macao’s artistic development. Please download the donation form and submit it to MAM.

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