Survey of Art in China with Julie Chun – T’ou-se-wei Museum
Time & Location
About the Event
Led by Julie Chun (Adjunct Professor of Art History), we will turn our attention to the frequently asked question “What makes Chinese art modern?” Through a systematic study that examines the social and political context following the Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864), we will look back in time to a pivotal juncture in China’s history when art took a major shift at the most unexpected place in Shanghai. Come join us for an afternoon seeped in art history, history, and culture.
Friday, February 21
1:45 PM Registration, 2 PM to 4 PM
T’ou-se-wei Museum lobby
55 Puhuitang Rd., near Caoxi Rd. (N)
(metro line 1 or 11 to Xujiahui Road station, exit 1)
Please complete the online registration by February 15. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Julie Funk, WeChat: JulieFunk.
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