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 that examines the social and political context following the Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864), Art Historian Julie Chun will take you 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 places in Shanghai.
Thursday, March 2
2:00pm to 4:00pm
(exact meeting location will be provided to those confirmed)
RMB 150 (includes facility fee)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 26, under subject type “Modernism” and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after February 26. SEA coordinator is Beth Howder, mobile: 150-0017-4461.