Pursuing a Career in Chinese Art in the UK

Date: 3 October 2017
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Location: BRLSI
Admission: £3 (includes same day free museum entry for pre-booked attendance)

This event is aimed at postgraduate students and early career academics interested in Chinese art, whether as a career or as a source for their research. As the sectors of Chinese art higher education and art market are evolving fast in the UK, this event invites participants to reflect on and prepare for a career related to the arts of China.

The event is organised by the British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS) in collaboration with MEAA. It comprises of three sections: a group visit to the MEAA; a talk by three leading professionals in the field and a workshop/dialogue exchange.
Please note, the talks from  14:00 – 16:00 also opened to the general public who has interests in the field for £3 per ticket (free same-day entry to MEAA with pre-booked tickets)
Three leading professionals in the field will present on the reality of their work, followed by Q/A session (BRLSI).
Speakers:
Nicole Chiang, curator at the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath;
Sara Chiesura, head curator of Chinese collections of British Library;
Jiang Jiehong, director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Art in Birmingham.

Booking details:

  • General public:
    Places available for the talk only, between 14:00-16:00.
    Bookings must be made in advance to gain free entry to the Museum on the day. Please book places directly with Josepha Richard (j.richard@sheffield.ac.uk) by 26 September 2017.  Tickets should be shown upon entrance to the MEAA, either on your smart phone or printed.
    Tickets to the talk are also available at the door but will not entitle free MEAA entry.
  • Postgraduate students and early career academics who wish to apply for free place to the full event programme, please fill this application form by September 8th: https://goo.gl/forms/CLYXRbF3ZCrhGT1l2

Please book your place onto the talk by 26 September, contact: Josepha Richard (j.richard@sheffield.ac.uk)

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This event is aimed at postgraduate students and early career academics interested in Chinese art, whether as a career or as a source for their research. As the sectors of Chinese art higher education and art market are evolving fast in the UK, this event invites participants to reflect on and prepare for a career related to the arts of China.

The event is organised by the British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS) in collaboration with MEAA. It comprises of three sections: a group visit to the MEAA; a talk by three leading professionals in the field and a workshop/dialogue exchange.
Please note, the talks from  14:00 – 16:00 also opened to the general public who has interests in the field for £3 per ticket (free same-day entry to MEAA with pre-booked tickets)
Three leading professionals in the field will present on the reality of their work, followed by Q/A session (BRLSI).
Speakers:
Nicole Chiang, curator at the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath;
Sara Chiesura, head curator of Chinese collections of British Library;
Jiang Jiehong, director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Art in Birmingham.

Booking details:

  • General public:
    Places available for the talk only, between 14:00-16:00.
    Bookings must be made in advance to gain free entry to the Museum on the day. Please book places directly with Josepha Richard (j.richard@sheffield.ac.uk) by 26 September 2017.  Tickets should be shown upon entrance to the MEAA, either on your smart phone or printed.
    Tickets to the talk are also available at the door but will not entitle free MEAA entry.
  • Postgraduate students and early career academics who wish to apply for free place to the full event programme, please fill this application form by September 8th: https://goo.gl/forms/CLYXRbF3ZCrhGT1l2

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