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Past OCS President Rose Kerr will speak at a seminar held by Brian Haughton on “Great Collectors: Taste, Passion & Patronage” to be held on 26th and 27th June, 2019. Details on the website https://www.haughton.com/timetable-2019.
International Centre for Chinese Heritage and Archaeology (ICCHA), Institute of Archaeology, University College London holds regular lectures to which the public are warmly invited. Lectures are held at the Archaeology Lecture Theatre (G6), Institute of Archaeology, UCL, 31-34 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PY. Tel: 020 7679 1092. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/iccha. email@example.com.
Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts & Cultures and Centre for Japanese Studies, UEA
Thursday Lecture Series supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Charitable Trust. Admission free, advance booking recommended by phone 01603 597507 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web site: www.sainsbury-institute.org. Lectures start at 6:00 p.m. Venue: Norwich Cathedral Hostry (Weston Room), Norwich NR1 4EH.
Islamic Art Circle at SOAS
Lectures are regularly held in the Khalili Lecture Theatre (Main School Lecture Theatre), Philips Building, SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H OXG. For further information contact Rosalind Wade Haddon on 07714087480 or email to email@example.com.
A lecture given by Melanie Gibson, on Wednesday 20th February, 2019, at 7:00 pm, entitled A Reappraisal of Timurid Ceramics. At the Khalili Lecture Theatre, L/G SOAS Main Building. For information and booking contact Rosalind Wade Haddon by email, above.
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Lecture Series in Chinese Buddhism
These lectures are held at SOAS, University of London. For more information go to: https://www.soas.ac.uk/buddhiststudies/events/holectureseries/
The Royal Asiatic Society
The Royal Asiatic Society of Britain and Ireland provides a forum for those who are interested in the languages, cultures and history of Asia to meet and exchange ideas. The Society was founded by the eminent Sanskrit scholar Henry Thomas Colebrooke in 1823 and to this day provides a varied programme of lectures and events. Our events are mainly held at our premises at 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HD. For more information please visit our website www.royalasiaticsociety.org or telephone 0207 388 4539.
The Friends of the Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch
This is a group of, mainly, ex members of the Royal Asiatic Society in Hong Kong, who meet together for regular lectures at the RAS HQ in Euston, on Saturday afternoons. We welcome anyone interested in the history of Hong Kong and China. Our lectures are on all aspects of Chinese and Asian history, culture and art and are always interesting. We meet for an optional Asian meal before the lecture at a local restaurant. We also arrange visits to places of interest in the UK and overseas, always with a Chinese theme.
Our next lecture will be held on Saturday 30th March when David Bellis, who runs the popular website gwulo.com, will share more of his favourite photographs and stories from his archive of historic Hong Kong images. David’s website hosts over 30,000 pages about old Hong Kong, including over 15,000 photographs.
On Saturday 18th May we are delighted to welcome Barbara Anslow, whose talk will be based on the diaries she kept during her internment in Stanley Prisoner of War Camp in Hong Kong with her mother during WWII. Barbara’s memory of their life in the camp is very clear and she will focus on how they ‘made do’ with the little that they had. The publicity around the discovery of her diaries led to her book published in 2018: ‘Tin Hats & Rice’. Not to be missed.
For more information, to book a lecture and/or to receive emails of our lecture programme, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hong Kong Society
The aim of the Hong Kong Society is to bring together groups or individuals with an interest in Hong Kong – be it social, cultural, historical or professional, the Society strives to be relevant to its members. A not-for-profit, self-funded organisation, the Society organises for members and their guests a wide range of events, including themed lunches, dinners, receptions, talks, gallery visits, cultural and sporting events, business forums, mentoring and networking opportunities. These are either free to members, discounted or charged at cost price. Many of these events take place in London but we also have regional activities in the UK.
Society members are drawn from all walks of life, most of whom have lived and worked in Hong Kong and retain an on-going interest in its welfare and prosperity. From the student and/or young Hong Kong professional living in London, to the expat who may have spent a few years or a lifetime working there – and everyone in between – all are welcome. Visit www.hkas.org.uk/membership-2 for more details or contact Fiona Duong at email@example.com or by telephone 020 7963 9447.
EXHIBITIONS AND MUSEUMS
From the Forbidden City: Imperial apartments of Qianlong
The Acropolis Museum in Athens is holding a special exhibition featuring furniture, decorative objects and garments associated with the young prince Hongli, who would become the Qianlong emperor. Among the objects on show are a monumental portrait by Castiglione, several items of zitan wood, porcelain, jade, gold and silk, a stunning Cox clock and a whole room of Buddhist figures. The items originate from the Gugong and they have never before been exhibited outside the Forbidden City. Until 14th February, 2019.
The Rise of Islamic Art from the end of the Ottoman Empire to the Age of Oil
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon will hold an exhibition from 12th July to 9th October, 2019. For details go to the website https://gulbenkian.pt/museu/en/evento/the-rise-of-Islamic-art/?lang-en.
THE BRITISH MUSEUM
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG. Tel: +44 (0)207 323 8181. www.britishmuseum.org
The Sir Joseph Hotung Centre for Ceramic Studies housing the Sir Percival David Collection of Chinese Ceramics; The Joseph E Hotung Gallery of Oriental Antiquities from China, India, South Asia and Southeast Asia; the Mitsubishi Corporation Japanese Galleries; The Korea Foundation Gallery: Arts of Korea; The Selwyn and Ellie Alleyne Gallery: 7000 Years of Chinese Jade from the Collection of Sir Joseph Hotung; The John Addis Islamic Gallery.
VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL. 0207 942 2000. www.vam.ac.uk
Toshiba Gallery of Japanese Art and Design; T. T. Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art; Gallery of Korean Art; Jameel Gallery of Islamic Art.
ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD
Open Tue. – Sun. and Bank Holidays, 10.00 – 6.00. Closed 24th -26th December and 1st January.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF. Tel: 0131 247 4026. www.nms.ac.uk.
THE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE
Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RB. Tel: 01223 332900. www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk. Closed Mondays.
The Oriental Gallery of Chinese and Japanese Art and the Gompertz Gallery of Korean Art.
THE MUSEUM OF EAST ASIAN ART, BATH
BRISTOL MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Queens Road, Bristol BS8 1RL, Tel: 0117 922 3571
FONDATION BAUR, MUSEE DES ARTS D’EXTREME-ORIENT
8 rue Munier-Romilly, 1206 Geneva, Switzerland, Tel: +41 22 704 3282, firstname.lastname@example.org