The China Project Workshop
Saturday, April 23, 2016, 10:30am
NEW RESEARCH ON EARLY CHINESE PAINTINGS AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM
Pop Up Graduate Student Symposium
Sponsored by the China Project Workshop
Opening remarks by Jonathan Hay (IFA)
10:40 Siqiao Lu: "Night-Shining White"
11:00 Response by Robert Harrist (Columbia University) and discussion
11:15 Cathy Zhu: "Palace Banquet"
11:35 Response by Shi-yee Liu (Metropolitan Museum) and discussion
11:50 COFFEE BREAK
12:00 Yeorae Yoon: "Stag Hunt"
12:20 Response by Shi-yee Liu (Metropolitan Museum) and discussion
12:35 Jiete Li: "Landscape in the Style of Fan Kuan"
12:55 Response by Robert Harrist (Columbia University) and discussion
1:10 BREAK FOR LUNCH
2:00 Opening remarks by Jonathan Hay (IFA)
2:05 Shek-on John Yiu: "Xia Gui's Mountain Market, Clearing Mist"
2:25 Response by Michele Matteini (NYU Department of Art History and IFA) and discussion
2:40 Jinghua Ren: "Lotus and Water Birds"
3:00 Response by Lee Ambrozy (IFA) and discussion
3:15 COFFEE BREAK
3:35 Chuanxin Weng: "Sheng Mou's Recluse Fisherman, Autumn Trees"
3:55 Response by Michele Matteini (NYU Department of Art History and IFA) and discussion
4:10 Yi-bang Li: "Chan Master Riding a Mule"
4:30 Response by Lee Ambrozy (IFA) and discussion
4:45 Closing remarks by Jonathan Hay and general discussion
The China Project Workshop, founded in 2011, is open to anyone interested in premodern Chinese art or archaeology. It takes place monthly at the Institute of Fine Arts, 1 East 78 Street. The Workshop meets eight times each year, from September to December and February to May, attracting on average an audience of around 40 people. Presentations are usually in English but are occasionally in Chinese. Meetings are generally held on a Friday from 6pm to 8pm, and begin at 6 p.m. sharp.