College Art Summit
The U.S-China College Art Summit is sponsored by the Penn State University Libraries, Penn State School of Visual Arts, and China Arts Link.
National Art Education Association (NAEA)
US-China Art Summit: Facilitating Cultural Exchange
March 14. 2019
2:00 - 2: 50 pm
Hynes Convention Center
Published on the occasion of the second U.S.-China College Art Summit at the Penn State Paterno Library, and the Penn State School of Visual Arts. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, August 26 - September 6, 2019
A chapter in the book <Arts and Culture in Development Practice>
to be published by Routledge.
The U.S. – China College Art Summit is dedicated to the advancement of global art education by promoting the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experiences of leading art educators from the U.S. and China through equal dialogues, group exhibitions, and professional development programs.
The Summit brings scholars, artists, designers, craftsperson, business professionals, and policy-makers from China and from the U.S. together to share the best practice in art education program design, research, community development, and social impact; It also provides a platform for collaborations and partnerships among participants. The Summit broadens the horizon of the students and provides them great opportunities to work on international cultural projects through internships, and volunteer opportunities.
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