World Arts Education Corporation

WAEC organized students to visit the Princeton University Art Museum for face-to-face communication with the two curators. WAEC has established long-term friendly cooperative relations with the Princeton University Art Museum. We have repeatedly selected outstanding art college students to participate in the internship program of the Princeton University Art Museum. We both expect to carry out more extensive cooperation in the future, such as publishing and exhibitions.                                                      more>>
WAEC organized art college students to visit the Cleveland Museum of Art. As a long-term partner of WEAC, the Cleveland Museum of Art has specially opened the Cultural Relics Restoration Room. The curator Dr. Clarissa von Spee personally gave a three-hour explanation about the museum. The Cleveland Museum of Art was founded in 1913 with more than 43,000 works of art.                                                                 more>>
WAEC discussed with the director of the Boston Museum of Art, Ms. Debra Lakind, the collection of Chinese art publishing programs.

WAEC visited the Seattle Art Museum and negotiated with relevant directors: Ping Foong, Chiyo Ishikawa and Zora Hutlova Foy. The Seattle Art Museum(SAM) is a museum in the Seattle suburb of Washington.                
WAEC visited the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and met with Ling-en Lu / Associate Curator for Chinese Art. The museum valued the cooperation opportunity with WAEC and looked forward the next steps.

WAEC visited Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and held friendly talk with Jeremy Zhang (Senior Associate Curator of Chinese Art), Li He (Associate Curator of Chinese Art).  Both sides had a heated discussion on the several  publishing and academic research projects.