CCAA | Contemporary Chinese Art Award
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How can we think of culture as a tool to understand foreign societies?
These are central questions in an increasingly globalized world. Through a case study on global culture, this online course on the first ever award for contemporary art in China named CCAA aims to address these questions and identify some possible answers.
While working through six chapters, you will receive exclusive reading material, supplementary videos and background information about the developments in the Chinese art scene of the last 40 years, the Chinese Contemporary Art Award established by Mr Uli Sigg as well as the Sigg Collection as part of the newly created museum M+ in Hong Kong.
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By working through the entire online course, you will acquire the skills and knowledge needed to analyze and navigate the Chinese contemporary art scene.
What do I need to know?
If you opt for the Certification of Accomplishment track, you might have experience in a cultural or artistic field to bring in individual perspectives and your personal expertise. Such prior knowledge will help you while writing the assignment and applying models and methods.
With its audit track, the CCAA online course also welcomes curious individuals.
This online course will be accessible for one year, beginning on April 13, 2016. For the first six weeks, it will be released as a time-based MOOC with a new chapter launched every Wednesday. Later on, it will be available as a self-paced course.
The course includes six chapters:
1 - Chinese contemporary art in the context of cultural globalization
2 - Bringing up China – Uli Sigg, his collection and its internationalization
3 - The west discovers contemporary Chinese Art — and so does China
4 - The Story of the Unknown Artist. From mapping the art scene to promoting excellency.
5 - Locating the CCAA – From letter-box company to multi-purpose centre
6 - 15 Years CCAA – Whom does Chinese contemporary art belong to?
The course features two diﬀerent tracks. The Audit Track is for free and allows learners to get familiar with the subject. The Certiﬁcate Track costs €119. To obtain a Certificate of Accomplishment , participants must submit an assignment. The ZHdK Centre of Further Education evaluates assignments four times a year.
Starts : 2016-04-13
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