Highlights

On 15-17 July, 2019, ACIAC Director Professor Labao Wang was with the Western Sydney University delegation in Darwin to attend this year’s IRU Senior Leaders Forum.
labao homepage
On 23 June, ACIAC Master of Chinese Cultural Relations' first cohort of five students offered a special “Postgraduate Panel” in the Institute’s 2019 Emerging Scholars’ Forum.
MCCR Forum
On 22-23 June, 2019, the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture hosted its first International Emerging Scholars’ Forum at Western Sydney University. The forum was hosted to mark the 100th anniversary of the Chinese New Culture Movement. More importantly, it was also held to support and encourage Australia-China arts and culture research and build connections with scholars working in the field both domestically and internationally.
forum group web
On 16 May, 2019, one of Sydney’s world-renowned Chinese Australian artists Adam Chang came to ACIAC for the opening of his exhibition — “Adam Chang’s Pandas and Treasures" — at Western Sydney University.
adam opening group photo
In ACIAC's inaugural Annual Address, its Adjunct Professor Carrillo Gantner AC spoke about the history of Australia-China relations and shared his experience in the cultural exchange between Australia and China.
annual address carrillo 1
On 7 May 2019, Perth-based photographer Tami Xiang was invited to ACIAC to do a sharing on her recent photography series titled “Peasantography.”
chengmei talk 1
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Chinese New Culture Movement (also known as the May Fourth Movement), on 1 May 2019, ACIAC invited one of Australia’s best renowned Chinese literature experts, Professor Jon Eugene von Kowallis from the University of New South Wales who delivered a public talk on “Takeuchi’s Lu Xun/China’s Takeuchi”.
Jon talk event 1
On 15 April, 2019, Gallery Manager of Vermilion Art, Ms Man Luo, was invited to ACIAC to meet its Master of Chinese Cultural Relations students for a session of experience-sharing.
luo man talk 1
On 10 April, 2019, ACIAC had its Adjunct Professor Carrillo Gantner AC in to kick off the series with his inaugural lecture, “Hugging Bears”.
Annual Address event 1
On 5 April, 2019, one of Australia’s renowned experts on Chinese language and culture, Linda Jaivin gave a seminar at ACIAC and talked about her two novels that are set in China — "A Most Immoral Woman" and "The Empress Lover".
linda talk 2

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