Organized by ARTFEM 2020 Organizing Committee, co-organized by Albergue SCM, Faculty of Humanities and Arts of Macau University of Science and Technology and the Script Road – Macau Literary Festival and mainly sponsored by Macau Foundation, under the series of Macau University of Science and Technology Faculty of Humanities and Arts Master in Communication & Arts Seminar, ARTFEM 2020 “Will Things Ever Get Better? – Sharing by Xiang Jing, Renowned Chinese Sculptor” will be held at the Macau University of Science and Technology, detail as below:

Speaker: Artist Xiang Jing, Godmother of ARTFEM 2020

Date: December 11th, 2020 (Friday)

Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Language: Mandarin (English Interpretation)

Venue: Macau University of Science and Technology Library Building (Block N) – Room N214

Free Admission

Seats are limited. Please register in advance 

Registration Link:

Registration Deadline:

December 10th, 1:00pm

About Xiang Jing

Xiang Jing was born in Beijing in 1968 and graduated from Sculpture Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1995. She currently lives and works in Beijing. From 2001 to 2017, she held 12 solo exhibitions and 4 group exhibitions, including 2013 “Will Things Ever Get Better? – Xiang Jing @ MoCA Tp2013”, in Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art and “Exhibition by Juergen Teller and Xiang Jing” in Hong Kong Lehmann Maupin Gallery in 2015. 

Since 1995, she has participated in 138 group exhibitions all over the world, including 2013 “Bridging: Important Female Artists of Our Time” in Hong Kong Arts Centre and 2019 “Cruzando El Puente – Entre México Y China” in Mexico City Museum. 

Her works have been collected by 17 art galleries and organizations including the Shanghai Art Museum. 

Seminar Abstract

Will Things Ever Get Better? 

Sharing by Xiang Jing, renowned Chinese sculptor 

Xiang Jing once held an exhibition called “Will Things Ever Get Better?”. That is a question everyone might ask, especially now that the epidemic is raging. Even though there are limits to what an individual can do, his voice is still important. Or, in other words, what can we do today except speaking as individuals? Can art contribute something to human psychological civilization?  

As an internationally renowned female sculptor, Xiang Jing was invited to be the Godmother of “2020 ARTFEM Women Artists International Biennial of Macau”. The organizers hope that her influence, enthusiasm and rigorous pursuit of creation can lead more female artists around the world to pursue their artistic dream and express their creativity freely. They also hope that female artists can get the same development opportunities and attention as male artists whether in poor areas or rich cities. 

 In this seminar, Xiang Jing will share some of her ideas during creating and some thoughts on “Natura” in the post-epidemic era. Everyone is welcome to participate.


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