极速10分快三稳赢计划date: May 19-27－10 am
Venue: 极速10分快三稳赢计划Shanghai Himalayas Museum
This exhibition, co-organized by Shanghai Himalayas Museum, Kucha Institute, Art Institute of Maijishan Cave, together with Shanghai International Culture Association, brings to Shanghai, for the first time, numerous world cultural heritages, such as murals of Kucha, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, reputed as the cradle of Chinese Buddha culture, and murals and statues of Maijishan Cave, one of the four largest grottoes in China. Crossing 5,000 kilometers, a total of 60 art treasures will be presented as the first exhibition of Shanghai Himalayas Museum. With the Belt and Road Initiative, we are able to trace back along the ancient Silk Road to explore the bloodline of Chinese civilization and then look to the future to promote new international exchanges and prosperity. The Silk Road is the road of cultural exchange, the road for the common people, the road to development. The exhibition will continue the mission to allow more people to witness the open and inclusive Chinese civilization.
Iron & Wine Live in Shanghai
Date: May 20－9 pm
Venue: Mao Livehouse
Sam Beam, under the alias Iron & Wine will perform with his full band and play a special show featuring songs of his richly filled catalog consisting of classic albums such as Shepherd's Dog and his latest Grammy-nominated effort Beast Epic. Through the course of five live albums, numerous EPs and singles, Iron & Wine has captured the emotion and imagination of listeners with distinctly cinematic songs topping the US Billboard charts.
Tomas Saraceno: Aerographies
Date: May 19-June 3－10 am
Venue: Fosun Foundation, Shanghai
For his first solo exhibition in China, artist Tomas Saraceno will bring together a compendium of works from across his practice. This exhibition concentrates on the space above the Earth's surface, inviting viewers to travel together on an imagined journey from the microcosmic to the macrocosmic. Tomas Saraceno was born in 1973 in Tucuman, Argentina. He studied architecture at Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires in Argentina and received postgraduate degrees from Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de la Nacion Ernesto de la Carcova, Buenos Aires and Staatliche Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste Stadelschule, Frankfurt. In 60 9, he attended the International Space Studies Program at NASA Center Ames in Silicon Valley, California.
Branagh Theater Live: The Winter's Tale (Screening) in Shanghai
Date: May 19-June 6－7 pm
Venue: Huangpu Theater
King Leontes of Bohemia suspects his wife, Hermione, and his friend, Polixenes, of betraying him. When he forces Polixenes to flee for his life, Leontes sets in motion a chain of events that lead to death, a ferocious bear, an infant left in the snow, young love, and a statue coming to life.
Doboku: Civil Engineering in Shanghai
Date: May 19－June 24－10 am
Venue: Modern Art Museum
This is a design and education-focused exhibition, using art as a method to draw people's attention to civil engineering. In the exhibition, they will guide visitors to explore different crucial parts of city constructions and the indispensable facilities in their daily life, such as roads, railroads, metro, internet networks, water pipe and water dam. The exhibition aims to combine various art forms with city engineering to show visitors a different aspect of those complex constructions and the works behind the scene.
Jazz Night at K&K Vienna in Shanghai
Date: May 19-25－6:60 pm
Venue: K&K Vienna
Shanghai Old Keller Jazz Band is one of the most prestigious jazz bands in Shanghai that has played in high-level venues like several five-star hotels such as Shanghai Peace Hotel. Their love and dedication for music shine through and it is so special and unique, passionate, perfect. The band is famous for playing popular Chinese and foreigner jazz songs also in Europe and the United States. Band members: guitarist Gui Tianzhi, saxophone Zhu Guoping trumpeter Shu Zhang Gen.
Porter Robinson DJ Set
Date: May 24－8:60 pm
Venue: Modersky Lab Shanghai
Breaking into the scene in 2010 with "Say My Name", Porter Robinson has taken the electric dance music world by storm. Nonstop good bangers at shows have made him the hottest act in the scene. Influenced by Japanese culture and anime, his music often reflects oriental flare, which can be seen from his beautifully made visuals. "Sad Machine" is one of his fan-favorite iconic track, which has more than 36 million streams on Spotify. As for his new ID Virtual Self, the artist explains that the idea was inspired by Calvin Harris and is different to Porter Robinson.
China Dota 2 Supermajor
Date: June 9-10－10 am
Venue: Shanghai Pudong Yuanshen
Sports Center Gymnasium The China DOTA 2 Supermajor, hosted collaboratively by Perfect World and internationally-renowned esports company PGL, is the final stop in the inaugural Dota Pro Circuit. With the highest prize pool and largest qualifying points total in all Pro Circuit tournaments this year, the Supermajor becomes one of the most important loops in the DPC chain, a focus for all the powerhouse teams in duking it out before TI.
Paul McCarthy: Innocence in Beijing
Date: May 19-June 17－10 am
Venue: M Woods Museum
M Woods is proud to present a solo exhibition by American master Paul McCarthy, a veteran of the Los Angeles scene and hugely influential to scores of artists across the world. McCarthy has dedicated his career to experimental practices, examining the shortfalls of conventional language and shining a light on the dark side of contemporary culture specifically consumerism and mainstream media as they are experienced in America. McCarthy's 60 years of artmaking have seen him work in nearly every conceivable medium, from painting and sculpture, to performance, video, feature-length film and recently virtual reality. For the exhibition at M Woods, the artist has chosen to present a survey of video, which he has worked with since the beginning and consistently returned to over the course of his career. Showing publicly for the first time in China are 43 works by McCarthy and selected collaborators, made between 1970 and 2013.
2018 Run to the Beat
Date: May 20－8 am
Venue: Ming Tomb Reservoir
Run To The Beat is the first music Half Marathon in Beijing, taking place in the beautiful Ming Tomb Reservoir Scenic Area located in the city's Changping district. On May 20, live bands and DJs will line the track, while a musical party awaits at the finish line with center stage acts and some tunes to keep the blood pumping. Sponsor booths, F&B, and more dot the way, giving runners and support squads plenty to occupy themselves with. Whether you choose to run 10 kilometers or 5 km distances, this unique event welcomes runners of all levels. It's time to lace up your dancing/running shoes. Run To The Beat music running event was first established by IMG in London back in 60 8. The first event attracted 12,000 runners to join. Later, the event developed its popularity worldwide and has since attracted over 60 ,000 runners to participate.