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Talk: Living Creatively as a Tribute to Tradition

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China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Living Creatively as a Tribute to Tradition

—— Lecture on Creative Products Inherited from the Palace Museum


Regarded as one of the five most prestigious museums worldwide, the Palace Museum stores, researches, and exhibits an extensive range of traditional Chinese art assembled on the basis of a core collection of imperial treasures from the Ming and Qing dynasties.

The Palace Museum has tapped into the profusion of elements from the imperial court culture and presents the Forbidden Citys architecture, the Museum's art collection, and stories of its past and present in the form of creatively designed cultural products that appeal to the present audience.

The Exhibition of Creative Products Inherited from the Palace Museum carefully selects items including silk textiles, porcelain ware, timepieces, wood products, key chains, jewelry and stationery, seeking to extend beyond the physical confines of the Museum and communicate to the Australian audience with the glamour of traditional Chinese culture.

In line with the Exhibition of Creative Products Inherited from the Palace Museum, FENG Hui from the Creative Products Department of the Palace Museum will be delivering a lecture on the history, current situation and future trend of the development of the cultural and creative products inherited from the Palace Museum, together with the stories behind.

When: 16 June 2018, 3 PM

Where: China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Speaker: FENG Hui, Director of Cultural Products and Services Department / Deputy Researcher at the Palace Museum

Language: Mandarin, with English interpretation

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