2014 No.4
Event: Workshop and Lectures on Mughal Jade – Art Museum

Funded by the Faculty of Art and co-organised by the Art Museum and the Department of Fine Arts, a workshop and a series of lectures on Mughal jade were held on 13 and 14 November, respectively. It was hoped that this combination of events would facilitate exchange among the Art Museum and overseas museums or academic institutions and promote greater knowledge of art history and archaeology to the public.

On 13 November, four scholars from mainland China, the UK and India were invited to share their academic findings on Mughal jades with the Art Museum staff, and to provide suggestions for planning their upcoming jade exhibition. These scholars were Ms. Susan Stronge (of the Victoria and Albert Museum, United Kingdom), Dr Anamika Pathak (of the National Museum of India), Mr. Luo Wenhua (of The Palace Museum, Beijing) and Dr Elise Morero (of the University of Oxford, United Kingdom). The Art Museum and the Department of Fine Arts were also pleased to have these guest scholars give public lectures on Mughal jade on the following day.  

Workshop on Mughal Jade

Lectures on Mughal Jade

Ms. Susan Stronge

Dr. Anamika Pathak

Dr. Elise Morero

Mr. Luo Wenhua
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ICS and Me
Event: 2014 ICS Luncheon IV – Stories of Fu Baoshi: Multiple Duplicates of the Same Paintings
Event: 2014 ICS Luncheon V – On the Research and the Upcoming Exhibition of Hindustan Jades
Event: Public Lectures by Professor Dorothy J. Solinger and Professor Thomas P. Bernstein
Event: Public Lecture by Dr Dimitri Drettas on 'Dream cutouts and ghostly interactions – The shaping and transmission of Chinese oneirocritique'
Event: Workshop and Lectures on Mughal Jade – Art Museum
Event: Workshop on the Naxi Language – T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
Event: The 3rd Renditions Distinguished Lecture Series on Literary Translation – Research Centre for Translation
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