Art, City and the World: A Review of a Series of Academic Events of 2021 Chengdu Biennale
Cao Qinghui: Situational Practice and Image Archaeology—Taking “Ms. Wang Ying in ‘Lay Down Your Whip’ ” as an Example
Li Dajun: How Can the Surge in Online Auctions Drive Changes in the Art Market?
Fine Arts in New China and Media Archaeology: The Conversation between Feng Mengbo, Li Yousong and Tang Hongfeng
Curating & the Curatorial Lecture Series starts from December 11
2020.12.10 Dates: Dec 11, 2020 - Apr 11, 2021
Online Classes of CAFA | How to Create "Digital Mural Paintings"?
Online Classes of CAFA | Kang Jianfei: How to View Images in a Pictorial Era?
Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research was held at CAFA (Part Two)
Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research successfully held at CAFA (Part One)
Editable Future —The Technological, Ethical, Legal and Artistic Perspectives of Gene Editing
Dialogue with Leandro Erlich: Expect the Unexpected
Do Artists Need Critics?
Symposium (2019) on “Public Art and Daily Life: The State and Development Trend of Public Art in China” commenced
Leonardo da Vinci and “Libro di pittura” — Is Painting a Scientific Subject?
Lawrence Malstaf: The Future of Machine Intelligence and Man-machine Relationship
“Site-specificity”: The Practice and Interaction between Historical Writing and Chinese Contemporary Art
Inheriting: A Symposium in Memory of Jin Weinuo’s Art Education and Academic Achievements
In Memoriam Zou Yuejin—Idea and Art interprets “spiritual productivity” across 22 Years
Fred S. Kleiner: The Birth of Western Art
Gong Yushu: Behind the Cuneiform Literature — a case study of Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta
Siegfried Zielinski: “The Sacred Machines: Field Study of the Deep Time Man-Machine Relationship”
Art and Architecture in the eyes of experts from China and the United States
John Baines: “Egyptian Relief Palettes of the Late Fourth Millennium: Changes and Crystallization in Pictorial Art”
Images with Their Own Thoughts: “From Images to Thoughts” Academic Seminar