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Are the roles of art museums changing? Do they form a global civil society when facilitating discussions on issues regarding the environment, humanity and the global and domestic societies.To shed light to these uncertainties, museum leaders Frances Morris (Director of Tate Modern), June Yap, Curatorial Director of the Singapore Art Museum), and Bartomeu Mori (Director of National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Korea) will preside a forum in SMU to discuss their personal, as well as institutions’, visions for the art museums of tomorrow.As leaders coming from cultural powerhouses, they will also provide insights to the socio-cultural landscapes of London, Singapore and Seoul, which are strongly connected to social media and the internet.The general public, as well as art aficionados, are all welcomed to join as these leaders will elucidate the forthcoming relationship between museums and civil societies. They will also address concerns and questions such as: Will museums continue to focus on just “art”, as boundaries between art forms are being reconstituted? Moreover, how can future museums balance between contemplative architecture and synergistic environment?
China’s pioneer architects Liang Sicheng and Lin Huiyin discovered Shanxi Foguang temple in 1937, the year when Sino-Japanese war erupted. Thus, the current year, 2017, marks the 80th anniversary of the discovery. Liang and Lin followed the Les grottes de Touen-houang (written by French Sinologist Paul Pelliot), on the 61 caves of the Tang Dynasty’s […]