The Story of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, told through Ceramics.

Discover the changing imagery and methods of production within the ceramics industry, expertly curated in an online exhibit.
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This exhibition was developed alongside China³, a special program on Chinese ceramics hosted by the San Diego State University's Chinese Cultural Center and the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum.
Please join us for the following public lectures.
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September 4, 2021

China³ Part I: Exploring early histories of ceramics production in China

SPEAKER: Li-rong Lilly Cheng
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October 2, 2021

China³ Part II: The Migration of China along the Silk Road

SPEAKER: Doris Bittar
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November 6, 2021

China³ Part III: Ceramics from the Ming, Qing, and Republic of China

SPEAKER: Li-rong Lilly Cheng
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December 4, 2021

China³ Part IV: Ceramics from the People's Republic of China, 1949-1976

SPEAKER: Jamie Kwan
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Fiona Chalom, Ph.D.

Fiona Chalom, Ph.D., is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University and private practitioner.  She has served on the Fine Arts Commission for the city of Beverly Hills, as well as a Trustee at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.  She was the past chair for the Drawings Council at the Getty Museum, and is currently a board member of the Wende Museum of the Cold War and a member of the Japanese Art Acquisition Group at LACMA.
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Li-rong Lilly Cheng, Ph.D.

Li-Rong Lilly Cheng holds a doctorate in speech-language pathology and teaches at San Diego State University.  She serves as the director of the Chinese Cultural Center at SDSU, and is the chair of the board of directors at the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum.
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Jamie Kwan, Ph.D.

Jamie Kwan is a curator and art advisor based in Los Angeles.  She received her Ph.D. in Art History from Princeton University and has held positions at the Huntington Library, Getty Museum, Getty Research Institute, and the Morgan Library.


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San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Our mission is to educate and inspire by preserving and celebrating the richness of Chinese art, history, and culture. Located in the heart of San Diego’s Asian Pacific Historic District.
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Chinese Cultural Center

The Chinese Cultural Center at SDSU is dedicated to providing education and cultural awareness of China and the Asia Pacific region, in order to elevate, enhance, and engage communities.