In our second session, Julie Chun, adjunct professor of art history, will take us through the bronze gallery and discuss China’s bronze culture. The Shanghai Museum presents pristinely showcased examples of bronze artifacts and Julie will fill us in on the details regarding why so many “food and drinking vessels” (especially when they weren’t used for daily purposes) were created in China’s early civilization. As she takes us through the gallery, we will discuss the production process and the socio-political circumstances in which China’s bronze culture emerged, and why it eventually declined.
Friday, October 12
1:45pm Registration, 2pm to 4pm
Shanghai Museum – 2nd floor tea café
201 Renmin Ave., People’s Square
(metro line 1, 2, or 8 to People’s Square station, exit 1, about a 10-minute walk)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by October 9. Under Subject type “Bronze Talk” and include your membership number, mobile phone number, and WeChat ID. SEA cancellation policy applies after October 9. The event costs need to be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Sharon Pallorino, mobile: 177-1756-5011.