The 2020 China (Qingdao) Art Exposition will be held both online and offline from Nov 28 to 30, according to the organizing committee.
The event, jointly hosted by the China Education Federation of the Arts and the Chinese Society for Technical and Vocational Education, is designed to promote cooperation among art colleges, organizations, and enterprises and facilitate the integrated development of art, culture, tourism, sports, and more.
It will consist of nine sections, including exhibitions and trade fairs for art and cultural products, forums, presentations for stage productions, lectures by experts, and recruitment fairs for art graduates.
An online exhibition, livestreams, and more will also take place during the event, and nearly 1,200 enterprises will take part in the recruitment fairs, offering more than 20,000 jobs for arts graduates.
In addition, a large number of prominent Chinese art colleges, such as the Central Academy of Drama, the Central Academy of Fine Arts, the Central Conservatory of Music, and the Beijing Film Academy, will offer admissions counseling during the event.
The "Art makes life better" summit, another major part of the event, will be held at the Qingdao International Convention Center on Nov 28. It will bring together scholars and experts specializing in culture, art, education, and economics from home and abroad to discuss the relationships between and future trajectory of art, culture, education, economics, science, technology, industry, and life.
Artworks are displayed at the 2019 edition of the China (Qingdao) Art Exposition. [Photo/qtvnews.com]
Musicians perform during the 2019 edition of the China (Qingdao) Art Exposition. [Photo/qtvnews.com]