For our sixth session in the series Survey of Art in China, we turn our attention to the frequently asked question “What makes Chinese art modern?” Through a systematic study examining the social and political context following the Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864), Art Historian Julie Chun will take us back in time to a pivotal juncture in China’s history when art took a turn towards modernism within the confluence of East and West at the most unexpected of places in Shanghai. Join us for an afternoon steeped in art history, history, and culture.
Friday, February 22
1:45pm Registration, 2pm to 4pm
55 Puhuitang Rd., near Caoxi Rd. (N)
(metro line 1 or 11 to Xujiahui station, exit 1)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 19. Under Subject type “Modernism” and include your membership number, mobile phone number, and WeChat ID. SEA cancellation policy applies after February 19. The event costs need to be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Sharon Pallarino, mobile: 177-1756-5011.