Taiwan Forum 2018: “Museums, Qing ‘Global Art’, and the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in Taiwan and China Today”

The way museums and art historical research have been changing in recent years reflects on the one hand the globalization of China and its prosperity and ambition, and on the other, the new developments in society and culture on Taiwan and China. By combining presentations on Qing court artifacts at the Palace Museums in Taiwan and the PRC as a form of early cosmopolitan and global art together with reflections on historical memory in China and Taiwan, we aim to spark a stimulating conversation on cultural heritage, ‘global’ art, and museums in Taiwan and China today.The Taiwan Forum is co-sponsored by the ROC Ministry of Education and the Education Division–TECO Boston

When 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Friday, February 2, 2018
Location Riverside Room, 121 Bay State Road, Pardee School of Global Studies