Champa Ceramics: An update on the latest findings and research presented to SEACS members and their guests by Dr. Do Truong Giang on 6 December 2021.
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Insights into the restoration of the Yueh Hai Ching Temple (a.k.a. Wak Hai Cheng Bio) on Philip Street in Singapore presented by Professor Yeo Kang Shua to SEACS members and their guests on 14 January 2022.
A talk examining the art and artefacts of the Ming Dynasty with a view to exploring approaches to the study and connoisseurship of Chinese material culture, presented by Dr. Stacey Pierson to SEACS members on 9 December 2020.
An Introduction to Transitional and Qing Dynasty Ceramics by Mathew Welch, presented to SEACS members on 19 July 2021.
An introduction to Chinese ceramics from the Neolithic to 600 CE with Patricia Bjaaland Welch, presented to SEACS members on 14 July 2021.
An introduction to the ceramics of Thailand, presented by Dawn Rooney to SEACS members on 4 August 2021.
An introduction to Southeast Asia’s early ceramics (earthenware as well as Khmer and Myanmar stoneware) with Professors John Miksic and Geok Yian Goh, presented to SEACS members on 4 August 2021.
Wishing for Noble Sons: How the depictions of children in China changed over time, with Rosemary ScottSEACS2022-01-22T16:39:28+08:00
The desire for children permeated all strata of society in traditional China, reflected in both the two- and three-dimensional arts from at least as early as the Tang Dynasty. A presentation by Rosemary Scott for SEACS members on 18 August 2021.
An introduction to Tang Dynasty (618-907) ceramics (including the Belitung wreck ceramics in Singapore’s Asian Civilisation Museum’s collection) with Alvin Chia, a presentation to SEACS members on 14 July 2021.
A historical introduction to Japanese ceramics by Christopher Wells, a talk given to SEACS members on 26 July 2021.
An introduction to Dehua whiteware or Blanc-de-Chine with Dr. Kenson Kwok, including historical pictures of Jingdezhen, followed by SEACS members sharing artefacts from their own collections.