Past Events


In the mid August,2015, the American artist Jimmy Clark went to Shangyu Museum and enjoyed his feast of exquisite Yue kiln celadon. During the visit, he would pick up his camera now and then to save those beauties for his future savoring.









By the end of October, 2015, the German artist Monika Kaden visited “Yue Kiln Celadon” hall in Shangyu Museum. She listened attentively to what the museum staff explained and would ask questions prudentially when she got confused.




On April 8,2016, the German artist Guido von Martens had a good time in Shangyu Museum appreciating the selected Yue Kiln Celadon wares, where he could feel and taste the deep traditional culture in Shangyu.





On May 10, 2016, two female artists Gerit Grimm and Tri Lynn Frame visited Shangyu Museum. While studying porcelain artwares on display, the two reverent artists kept communicating with the curator to learn more of the historical origin of Shangyu Celadon.





On May 22, 2016,the Spanish artist Joaquim Chancho visited Shangyu Museum. There Mr. Chancho studied the porcelains very carefully while listening to explanations and taking photos,and learned the history and development of Yue kiln celadon.





On June 4th, 2016, foreign ceramists Anna Calluori Holcombe, Janet Deboos, Joe Bova, and Paul Mathieu, paid a short visit to Shangyu Museum. While enjoying each item on display in the Yue Kiln Celadon Hall, the four artists would study every detail of the porcelain history, technique,and usage. Their cameras in hand seldom stopped capturing the excellent artworks in front.


In the afternoon of June 20, 2016, American artists Skeffington Thomas and Lisa Cecere visited Shangyu Museum. They started with learning the locations of ancient kiln sites in Shangyu, and at the meantime enjoyed the excavated celadon wares and old shards from different times. Among various potteries and ceramics, the clay in some ancient local wares from the Warring States Period during 770-476 BC attracted them most. They expected to have an adventure on that clay in Shangyu.  


On July 23rd, 2016, ceramic artists Marc Leuthold, Ellen Spijkstra and Lale Dilbas visited Shangyu Museum together. They walked around at the exhibition room of celadon , observing each exhibition and recording them by the camera. And later they stopped at the front of the world map and took a group photo.



On August 27th,Dutch artist Daniel Levi visited Shangyu Museum. He was deeply attracted by the exquisite porcelains from the past dynasties in the exhibition hall of Celadon in Yue Kiln . He walked slowly and sorted out the history of  Celadon in Yue Kiln from its early stage to mature stage to the peak and the decay. He marveled at the swarm of skillful craftsmen in ancient Shangyu area,and their excellent technology.




On October 17th, 2016, Ilona Romule, Jacob Meudt and James Chaney went to visit “Yue Kiln Celadon” Hall in Shangyu Musuem. The artists look carefully of each exhibited objects and took photos for memory, while porcelains of past dynasties tells the splendid histories of Yue Kiln Celadon to the guests. The artists also visited the “ First Shangyu Celadon Modern International Ceramic Art Exhibition” where they enjoyed the excellent creations from their peers.