All posts tagged Daisy Wang

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PEMcast 010: Immersive experiences

We’ve been noticing here at PEM and in the greater art world that the “i” word keeps popping up. Today we bring you the first in a series of PEMcast …

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Exploring a historic panorama

The world’s second tallest tower is soon to officially open in Shanghai, and with it, a sky-bound branch of China’s Guanfu Museum. To celebrate, several departments at PEM have been …

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Cross cultural exchange

It’s like entering a “time machine” Frank Guo says as he walks from PEM’s sleek, glass Atrium into Yin Yu Tang, the museum’s historic Chinese home. A few weeks ago, …

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Sister cities

Late, on a recent dark and gloomy November afternoon, smiles and laughter filled the PEM Atrium as a group of Japanese travelers were officially greeted by Daisy Wang, PEM’s curator …

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Korean TV

About 130 years ago, a young Korean scholar and an activist came to Salem with a group of representatives from his country. Prior to this, Korea was known as the …

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Meet Daisy

PEM’s new curator of Chinese and East Asian Art is incredibly enthusiastic about stewarding one of the top five Chinese art collections in North America, as well as the museum’s …

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Ask a curator

Though we did not participate in last week’s #AskACurator Twitter happening, we have been inspired to float one question from the Tweet-up to each of our curators. We had plenty …