2020 No.1
Event: Life and Arts in Pre-Modern China, Art Museum

The summer General Education course “Life and Arts in Pre-Modern China”, generously sponsored by the D. H. Chen Foundation and co-organised by the Art Museum and the Department of Fine Arts, has been cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This course aimed to give students a better feeling of the intangible ideational world of the ancient masters and their artistic pursuits by walking through the areas of Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou where the artists were active in. It also encouraged students to review the endeavours of the local communities in preserving these invaluable treasures. A briefing session for the course was held on 17 January 2020 (Friday) at Activities Room, 2/F, East Wing, Art Museum, attracting 20 students to attend.

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Event: Digital Humanities and Chinese Studies Public Lecture Series 2020
Event: ICS Luncheon 2020
Event: Ancient Chinese Goldsmithing Techniques Research Lecture Series II (4 Talks), Art Museum
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