The 3rd Chinese Heritage Conference: The China From China 中国文化遗产保护系列研讨会 3:中国陶瓷研究与修复 - China Culture Connect

Date: 2 Nov 2012 (Friday) ; Time: 9.00am - 5.15pm Venue: National Maritime Museum (NMM), Greenwich London (英國國家海事博物館)

How to get to National Maritime Museum (Tube: Greenwich and Maze Hill Station; DLR: Cutty Sark)

A conference for China ceramic and porcelain conservators, makers, collectors, specialists, curators and enthusiasts presented by China Culture Connect and Artability Art. Specialist speakers describe the history and trade of ceramics in China. Topics include: Faking of historic and contemporary Qing Imperial porcelain in the C19th and C20th , a first-hand account of the and Fitzwilliam Kangxi vase restoration project and practical demonstrations of conservation and preservation in museum collections. 

This unique conference series, the third in the Chinese Heritage Series and the second to be hosted at the National Maritime Museum (NMM), is for all those interested in the Chinese art and craft from China, the UK, Europe and North America.

For the first time in the UK, Chinese experts will present new research while UK museum specialists pass on their knowledge of porcelain conservation through practical demonstrations. We are  privileged to be able to include the research of Dr Haiyan Huang director of the Guangdong Folk Art Museum who present on the unique Shiwan porcelain sculptures and Mr Humphrey Hui, collector of Chinese contemporary and Imperial porcelain and snuff bottles from the MinQiu Society Hong Kong. In addition, Penny Bendall, porcelain conservator from the Fitzwilliam Museum will demonstrate techniques in porcelain conservation at the conference.

The conference also builds upon the foundations laid in the last two years in looking at the reciprocal influences of China and Europe on their respective arts and crafts and taking previously superficial contacts toward more substantial joint ventures in China and the UK

Speakers include:   Ms Amy Miller - National Maritime Museum, Ms Penny Bendall - Fitzwilliam Museum, Mr Humphrey Hui - Min Qiu Society,  Ms Kate Newham - Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Dr. Haiyan Huang & Mr Liaochuan Mu - Guangzhou Folk Art Museum, Professor Chunming Yu All 2012 Speakers

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Ticket Price
Student £75
''Bring a Colleague'' (Minimum Purchase of Two Tickets) £75
Full Ticket £105
Discount Tickets for Member(of National Maritime Museum, The Oriental Ceramic Society, NADFAS, ICON Ceramics, Glass Group, Museums Association & Royal Asiatic Society) £85

**All tickets are inclusive of lunch in the Queens House and refreshment

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Time Programme Speaker
9.00am-9.30am Registration
9.30am- 9.45am Welcome 欢迎致辞 Xuhua Zhan 湛旭华Velson Horie 查尔斯.贺维
9.45am -10.15am Chinese Export Porcelain, National Maritime Museum’s New Acquisitions中国出口瓷器:国家海事博物馆的新藏品 Amy Miller艾米·米勒
10.20am-10.50am The Investigation and Redisplay of Bristol’s Chinese Glass Collection布里斯托博物馆馆藏中国玻璃藏品的研究与再陈列 Kate Newnham凯特·纽南
10.55am-11.10am Tea Break
11.10am- 11.50am Preservation Research of Guangdong Shiwan Pottery Ridge Decoration                                                                             广东石湾陶塑脊饰的保护研究——以陈家祠陶塑脊饰为中心 Haiyan Huang 黄海妍Liaochuan Mu 牟辽川
11.50am-12.40pm Being With Clay  (Documentary, 2011, 42minutes)泥中有我(纪录片, 2011, 42分钟) Director: Hongyu Tan导演: 谭红宇
12.40pm-14.05pm Lunch & Guided-tour “Trader: East India Company & Asia”午餐及《贸易商:东印度公司与亚洲》画展解说导览 Dr Robert Blyth罗伯特·布莱斯博士
14.05m-14.45pm Creating a Collection of Chinese Export Porcelain: Curation and Research at Nachang University Museum   南昌大学博物馆外销瓷收藏与研究方向 Chunming Yu余春明


Pictorial Ceramics – Contemporary Porcelain Introduction瓷韻丹青-景德镇,民国及当代瓷器 Humphrey Hui许建勋
15.35pm-15.55pm Tea Break
15.55pm-16.25pm Methods, Materials and Ethics—Contemporary Fills on Chinese Porcelains方法、材料和伦理——对中国瓷器的现代填补技法 Penny Bendall潘妮·班德尔
16.30pm- 17.00pm Porcelain Repair Demonstration瓷器修复展示 PennyBendall潘妮·班德尔

The NMM exhibition Traders: the East India Company and Asia is in a new permanent gallery. It explores Britain’s maritime trade with Asia, focusing on the role played by the East India Company. For over 250 years, the East India Company uniquely shaped trade between Britain and Asia. The gallery explores the influence of Company trade and power, tracing the changing relationships between Britain and Asia that this brought about. This trade involved key commodities, different locations and many people and had consequences that changed Britain and the world and still affect us today.Traders: the East India Company and Asia 贸易商:东印度公司与亚


China Culture Connect, Artability Art & Collection Ltd in association with Royal Museums Greenwich 中国文化连线,艺术动力有限公司与格林尼治皇家博物馆 联合主办 Sponsored by the Tru Vue

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