Unrolling the Scrolls: Chinese Painting in Context

March 27 • Painting and History
1:30-2:45pm • Whiteman Hall

  • Opening Remarks: Janet Baker, Curator of Asian Art, Phoenix Art Museum
  • Momoko Welch, PhD student, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, ASU, A Study in Flowers: Floral Paintings from China's Ming and Qing Dynasty (1368-1912)
  • Ming Hua, PhD student, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, ASU, The Harmony in C. C. Wang's Landscape Painting
  • Chen Liu, Postdoctoral Fellow, Discussion

3:00-4:15pm • Orientation Room

  • Unrolling the Scrolls: close viewing and discussion of paintings
  • Including a brief presentation by Pin-yi Li (Visiting Undergraduate student from National Taiwan University)

 

March 28 • Painting and Literature
1:30-2:45pm • Whiteman Hall

  • Opening Remarks: Janet Baker, Curator of Asian Art, Phoenix Art Museum
  • Yang Wu, PhD student, School of International Letters and Cultures, ASU, Purity and Remoteness: Visualizing the Yushan Style of Chinese Seven-Stringed Zither
  • Xuewen Liu, PhD student, School of International Letters and Cultures, ASU, Gu Kaizhi: Daoist or Not - A Rediscovery of His Religious Identity
  • Claudia Brown, Professor of Art History, Discussion

3:00-4:15pm • Orientation Room

  • Unrolling the Scrolls: close viewing and discussion of paintings
  • Including a brief presentation by Yijing Wang (MA student, School of International Letters and Cultures and Art History, School of Art)

 

This symposium is presented by The Marilyn and Roy Papp ASU/Phoenix Art Museum/Asian Arts Council Chinese Painting Program with additional support from The Institute for Humanities Research at ASU

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