Call for Papers: Chinese Art in the New Millennium
Conference date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Hosted by the McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College
Co-sponsored by the Asian Studies Program, Boston College
Keynote Speaker: Eugene Wang, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art,
In conjunction with its new exhibition, Cao Jun: Hymns to Nature(February 5–June 3,
2018), featuring for the first time in the United States 64 works by contemporary
Chinese artist Cao Jun, the McMullen Museum of Art with the Department of Art, Art
History, and Film and the Asian Studies Program at Boston College, invite
undergraduates from all disciplines to submit papers for 15 minute presentations at its
spring conference, Chinese Art in the New Millennium.
Chinese Art in the New Millennium seeks to promote new research pertaining to the
field of Chinese art today. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- The role of new art museums in China
- Rearticulating tradition in contemporary Chinese art
- Chinese soft power in the public consumption of Chinese art
- Trends and developments in contemporary Chinese art
- The influence of Chinese politics on the creation of art and the art market
- New technologies and Chinese art
Deadline for abstracts: Monday, February 19, 2018
Abstracts should be 150–250 words in length and sent to the McMullen Museum at
firstname.lastname@example.org. This conference is interdisciplinary;
undergraduates of all majors are encouraged to submit.
Please send all questions to Rachel Chamberlain, Manager of Education, Outreach &
Digital Resources at email@example.com. Telephone: 617.552.1427.
The McMullen Museum aims to cultivate learning, celebrate artistic excellence, explore
the visual traditions of diverse cultures, and inspire transdisciplinary faculty and student
research based on the visual arts.