Song Dynasty

“Kaleidoscope in Clay” Part II exhibition opens in Singapore on 15 July

2023-07-07T14:41:51+08:00

The Society for Chinese Ceramics Studies (SCCS) announces Part II of their exhibition series in honour of their 18th anniversary. The exhibition, which focuses on the utilitarian art of the Song (970-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368) Dynasties, opens at the Gallery@L3 Fort Canning Centre on 15 July.

“Kaleidoscope in Clay” Part II exhibition opens in Singapore on 15 July2023-07-07T14:41:51+08:00

The Nanhai No. 1 Maritime Museum: home of a Song Dynasty shipwreck

2023-05-06T09:49:18+08:00

This exquisite maritime museum (17,500 square meters in size) features the world's oldest, most-complete shipwreck of a Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE) ocean-going trading vessel, raised up from the seabed in its entirety.

The Nanhai No. 1 Maritime Museum: home of a Song Dynasty shipwreck2023-05-06T09:49:18+08:00
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