Wenlu Bao

Wenlu Bao


BSR Contributor Since July 23, 2019

Wenlu Bao (she/her pronouns) is a curator, creative writer, and documentary video maker.

Wenlu Bao is a curator, creative writer, and documentary video maker. Her exposure to hundreds of art museums and galleries globally enriches her view on contemporary curatorial practices and art researching. Wenlu received her M.A. degree in Museum Communication from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and B.A. degree in Video Directing from Fudan University, Shanghai Institute of Visual Art. She received a 2016 Annual Meeting Fellowship supported by the American Alliance of Museums, a 2016 Marketing and Communications Intern Fellowship supported by the Richard C. von Hess Foundation, and a 2017 Highest Academic Achievement Award from the University of the Arts, Museum Studies Department.

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A Yang Ke rendering of the Continental Army: Siyuan Liu’s ‘Washington Crossing Delaware River.’ (Photo by Laura Frazure.)

Hamilton Hall Public Art Initiative presents Siyuan Liu

Where George Washington meets Mao Zedong

A striking public art exhibition at Hamilton Hall on Broad Street lets a Chinese UArts alum reflect on past and present, people and leadership, and East and West. Wenlu Bao considers.
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