“Research and Exhibition of Chinese Exported Art” Symposium

On April 8, the “Research and Exhibition of Chinese Exported Artworks” academic seminar, under the guidance of the Zhejiang Museum Society and the Museum Science Committee of the Chinese Museum Association, and hosted by the China Port Museum and the Exhibition and Exhibition Committee of the Zhejiang Museum Society, was held at The China Port Museum was held, and experts and scholars from 16 domestic museums and universities attended the meeting.

The seminar took Chinese export art as the starting point,

through the professional perspectives of historical research, exhibition planning, cultural analysis, etc., it focused on the comprehensive exhibition of Chinese export art, the latest research results of sub-categories, the export art and the European “Chinese style” Research on macro topics such as mutual learning, thematic exhibition planning and innovative thinking, the interoperability of the cultural relics system of various museum collections, as well as small and micro topics such as Manila shawls, Qichang Silver Store, etc., conducted in-depth communication and research -Exhibition-re-study on the healthy development model of museums, and cross-regional and cross-thematic joint exhibitions, and other museum development prospects reached consensus.

On December 10, 2020, “Bai Yin Fang Hua-Social and Commercial Changes in the Late Qing Dynasty and Early Republic of China from the Perspective of Exported Silverware” opened at the China Port Museum, recreating the history of China’s export of silverware during the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China to the audience. The purpose of this academic seminar is to further study the history of Chinese export art, improve the level of Chinese export art theme exhibitions, and strive to promote the development of the research and dissemination of maritime silk culture in a deep, professional and sophisticated direction, and promote maritime silk for the new era Road provides historical facts and cultural guarantees

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