How to Bring an Exhibition from China to the U.S.
Exhibit Planning and Design
Washington State Convention Center  Monday, May 19  8:45-10 a.m.     602-603 
Since the 1980 numerous highly acclaimed exhibitions from China toured in the U.S. and have reshaped the public’s perception about Chinese art. Join this session and meet a panel of leading experts from China and U.S museums who have worked together and brought exhibitions to the U.S. Learn the big picture of policies and the detail of implementation through analysis of exhibition case studies.

Sponsored by Exhibits Development Group (EDG).


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Michelle Hargrave - American Federation of Arts

Michelle Hargrave works with internationally renowned museums and curators to organize domestic and international multi-venue exhibitions, ranging from Old Master paintings to Export Chinese porcelain to modern design to fashion. She also spearheads the AFA’s China Initiative, working with museums in the U.S. and China, the Chinese Association of Museums, and AAM to foster Sino-U.S. exhibition collaborations. In addition to serving as a member of AAM’s China Program Steering Committee, she is a

Yang Liu - Minneapolis Institute of Art

Chen Shen -

Shawn Yuan -