Asia Museum & Theatre Construction and Development Summit Will be Held in Shanghai


SHANGHAI, Aug. 28, 2013 /PR Newswire/ -- After successfully held in Hong Kong and Singapore, 2013 Asia Museum & Theatre Construction and Development Summit, comes to China this year in Sheraton Shanghai Pudong Hotel & Residences.

Just as National Public Radio says, the frenzied construction of cultural infrastructure in Asia especially in China, follows earlier building binges involving roads and bridges. Except of Great building, Reasonable Planning, Rich collections and high quality performances, we should pay much more attention on how to fill them with Soul and support the Asia culture facility development.

We are proud to hold 2013 Asia Museum & Theatre Construction and Development Summit in China. Our aim with this event is, as it is with all our series conferences, to provide local and international businesses with a platform which gives them solid contacts, uncovers the complexities of the area and provides insight into opportunities for development in this rich potentially rewarding region of the world. The summit will provide an effective platform on which the participants will familiarize themselves with the latest policies, market requirements and regulations concerning the culture facilities industry. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the Asia Museum and Theatre market, thus optimizing their development strategies in Asia.

Many institutions have provided support to this event, including IMTAL, USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council),China Ministry of Culture, Chinese Society of Stage Art Audio Professional Committee, China Association of Museums, Building Space and New Technology Professional Commission, Museums Digitized Professional Committees, Professional Committees Private Museum, China International Live Theatre League, The Yangtze River Delta Museum Coordination Mechanism, Hubei Provincial Cultural Bureau, Hunan Provincial Department of Culture, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Capital Museum, the National Theater, Poly Theatre, Hangzhou Theater, Shaoxing Grand Theater, Nanjing Museum, Museum of Sichuan, Gansu Museum, Suzhou Museum, Mercedes-Benz Cultural Center, Himalayas Art Museum, LiuHaiSu Art Museum, China Millennium Monument, UCCA / Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Taikang Space, Beijing Institute of Architectural design and Research Institute, Shanghai Institute of stage technology, Tianjin stage Technology Research Institute, Tsinghua University, Tongji University , Fudan University, Guangzhou University, Xi'an University of architecture and Technology, Beijing University of Technology and Chang'an University.

Source: Committee of 2013 Asia Museum & Theatre Construction and Development Summit