Editor-in-chief of the upcoming series ‘China Matters’ organises postgraduate

Wedding DaliCurating is hip today. Cultural curators not only reflect on meaning but contribute to debates and new understandings. The postgraduate of China-EU Cultural Curatorship Studies, organised by Ching Lin Pang, editor-in-chief of the upcoming series ‘China Matters’, aims to provide prospective Chinese and European students the knowledge and skills to become contemporary curators in the art, cultural and/or artisanal sector. It focuses on translation and cultural mediation between Asian and European cultural and political traditions. 

The postgraduate at the University of Antwerp is a one year-programme and will start from the academic year 2020-2021. It targets students from EER-countries and China with an educational background in area studies and higher art education.

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