MSc in Arts & Cultural Management students are curating an artistic and cultural event

Made in the Unseen China is an event dedicated to raising awareness of a Chinese minority group and their delicate textiles. The aim of the project is to contribute to setting new standards for Miao high-end embroidery and bridge the gap between the European and the Asian art and design markets. 

Made in the Unseen China – is one of the few providers of exclusive and unique Miao techniques and products in Europe. Miao is a minority culture from southwest China who are mostly recognised for their splendid costume. Their tradition of embroider their cloth – with fascinating imagination, refined techniques and stunning craftsmanship – is now under the challenge of massive industrialization of China.

 

 

Through this exhibition, the students have introduced this unique craftmanship to the modern art and design sector. They aim to bridge the gap between  the European and the Asian art and luxury markets.

 

 

By organising an exhibition, their aim is to provide recognition and bring new inspiration in order to preserve this ancient tradition from disappearing, at the same time give visitors a chance to see and feel a living history.

 

 

“Gaining hands-on experience within the framework of this capstone has been been a highlight of this year. I’m grateful to engage in the art market through this project” Shanyu Song

 

 

The exhibition Team:

 

The Team consists of four PSB Paris School Business students – MSc in Arts & Cultural Management. They are proud to present this professional project in validation of their Capstone project.

 

 

The exhibition is taking place at Artesia, 21 rue d’Artois, 75008 Paris on 15th June from 7.00-10.00 pm

Please contact them to RSVP : teresa.wittek@gmx.at.

 

 

 

 

 

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