Exploring Cultural Identity and Representation in Contemporary Asian Art Panel Discussion
Organised by Academy of Visual Arts, School of Creative Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University; art-at-all; IAE(HK)
Time: 4:00 - 4:45 pm + 10 mins Q&A
Speakers: Zoe Butt, Kurt Chan, Cissie Fu
Moderator: Janet Fong
This panel discussion is designed to delve into the theme of cultural identity and representation in contemporary Asian art, a topic of great relevance to young Asian artists. The panel will feature perspectives from Zoe Butt, an international curator and writer; Kurt Chan, an accomplished artist and art educator; and Cissie Fu, the Dean of LASALLE College of the Arts. The aim is to explore how cultural identity is expressed and negotiated in art across Asia, with each panellist bringing their unique insights and experiences to the conversation.
On the second section, Our esteemed panelists, who also serve as judges for the Art Futures Awards, will have the unique opportunity to share their perspectives on the future generation of artists in Asia with their insightful thoughts and visions after reviewing the artworks created by talented fresh graduate artists. This discussion also provides valuable insights into the evolving landscape of art in Asia and the potential pathways for the emerging generation of artists.
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