FEAS exhibitions highlight the societies, cultures and histories of China, Korea and Japan with unique, stimulating presentations that inform and touch visitors. Past exhibitions have featured Chinese embroidery, contemporary Tibetan art, Japanese textiles and Korean documentary photography. FEAS exhibitions are usually developed specially for the gallery and draw on the expertise of Wesleyan’s East Asian Studies faculty, the Center Curator and students. Many of the exhibitions are American premieres. The exhibition program is supported by the student Curatorial Assistant program and each fall welcomes all Middlesex County fourth graders for tours of the exhibition and center Shoyoan and Japanese garden.
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All exhibitions are free and open to the public.