The Asian Art World and Covid 19 Online Panel Discussion
THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Date: 9 June 2020Time: 1:00 PM
Finishes: 9 June 2020Time: 3:00 PM
Type of Event: Discussion
The Directors of the SOAS Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art look forward to hosting an expert panel on Asian Art, exploring how museums, auction houses, art fairs, galleries and artists are adapting to the challenges of Covid-19.
Founder of Ink Now and Co-owner of 3812 Gallery
Keeper of the Asia Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, Curator of ‘Kimono: From Kyoto to Catwalk’
Co-Chairman of Asian Art, Deputy Chairman, Asia Pacific, Christie’s
Dr Malcolm McNeill
Director, SOAS Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art, Senior Lecturer in Arts Education
This event is free and open for to all to attend.
Full panelist biographies can be found in the attached PDF flyer.
For more details and to register your attendance please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All of our lives have been transformed by the covid-19 pandemic. Our interaction with the art world is no exception. This panel brings together experts from the museum world and the art market, alongside a practicing contemporary ink artist with a unique perspective on digital technology. Together they will address the most pressing questions that arise from this unprecedented global moment. How are online interactions changing our relationship with objects and exhibitions? Who collects in a crisis? And how might covid-19 reshape global experiences of East Asian Art?
We look forward to welcoming your questions following the discussion. These can either be submitted live, or sent in advance to: email@example.com.
Organiser: Dr Malcolm McNeill
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org