Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Make Your Brain Work @ K11
Are you a professional working within the corporate sector looking for new ways to inspire and increase productivity amongst yourself and your staff? If yes, then join Amy Brann, an international speaker and respected business author, as she will explore aspects of the brain and how, by understanding how the mind functions, neuroscience can help improve productivity at work. Whilst neuroscience is commonly seen as a complex subject, Amy promises to use relatable examples to ensure that attendees are able to fully understand and implement into daily work. During her presentation, Amy will explain the inner workings of our brain and mind, as well as help explore the potential that audience hold within themselves. After this event, attendees are expected to feel more in control, while facing challenging schedules, by using specific, easy to implement, ‘brain friendly’ approaches.
WHEN: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
WHERE: 16/F 300 Middle Huaihai Road // 淮海中路300号16楼
PRICE: Entry ¥50
Emerging Curators Project @ PSA
Now in its third edition, the Emerging Curators Project at PSA invites young individuals and collectives from China or of Chinese descent to create an exhibition at the riverside spot. This is judged by a jury of international curators, artists, critics, and directors of art organizations, with the three winning programs on show this winter.
WHEN: Daily Except Mon until Feb 14 2017
WHERE: 200 Huayuangang Road // 花园港路200号
Michael Wolf @ M97 Project Space
Informal Solutions refers to coping mechanisms devised by the residents of Hong Kong to deal with high-density living. German photographer Michael Wolf exhibits a range of multimedia works at M97 project space that he has collected in back alleys in HongKong since 1994. Admission is Free.
WHEN: All day
WHERE: 363 Changping Road, Building 4, F2 // 昌平路 363号, 4号楼, 2楼
Fine Arts pop-up @ Grand Kempinski Hotel
Situated in the heart of Lujiazui, the Grand Kempiniski hotel launches a Fine Arts pop-up boutique store featuring the VBL gallery. Co-founded by renowned French interior designer, Valerie Barrelet, VBL is an antique and design gallery that collects a mixed array of items from contemporary and traditional paintings, vases, silverware and vintage jewellery to furnitures and carpets. Barrelet offers Shanghai-ers a unique selection of items such as candles made from 100-year old antique teacups. Antique lovers, this is a pop-up boutique not to be missed.
WHERE: 1288 Lujiazui Ring Road // 陆家嘴环路1228号
WHEN: ongoing till end of 2016
CONTACT: +8621 3867 8888
On the Stage of Life @ M97 gallery
From today until November 12th, M97 Gallery hosts an exhibition of a collection of vintage photographs from the fifties and 60s by renowned award-winning photographer Fan Ho. He has won 280 awards from international exhibitions and competitions worldwide since 1956 and is also a celebrated film directorand actor. Admission is free.
WHERE: 363 Changping Road, Building 4, F1 // 昌平路 363号, 4号楼, 1楼
CONTACT: +8621 6266 1599
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