The exhibition showcases over 140 pieces of Chinese ceramics from SCCS members’ collection, including pieces dated to as early as more than 4,000 years ago. SCCS will also be organising a 12-lecture course on ‘A History of Chinese Ceramics’ in conjunction with the exhibition. This is the first time the SCCS has organised an exhibition of this scale.
The second exhibition ‘Kaleidoscope in Clay (II)’ focusing on Song and Yuan Ceramics will continue from 24 February to 30 June 2023.
All exhibitions are open to public, and admission is free.
Venue: The Gallery@L3, Fort Canning Centre
When: 24 Feb - 30 Jun 2023,