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Report 'Chinese Art Centre The National flagship for the Chinese Arts' 2002 (GB3451/OC/1/3/6)

Archival Record




Local Identifier

OC/1/3/6 (local reference number)


2002 December (was creation date of)

Access status


Use status

Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC)


Scope and Content

Strategic proposal for the new Chinese Arts Centre on Thomas Street, including the Centre roles as a  local, regional, national, and international flagship for Chinese Arts. 

Content Type


Management and Use

Conditions on Access

A low resolution version of this record is accessible online for personal non-commercial use. The original record or accessible surrogate is accessible to researchers by appointment in the CFCCA archive and library searchroom.

Digital Surrogate Info

application/pdf (2.25 MB, 1 files)

Conditions on Use

Report 'Chinese Art Centre The National flagship for the Chinese Arts' December 2002, Chinese Arts Centre. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library (GB3451/OC/1/3/6). This record is copyright of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.


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Record Resource Extent

1 report (8 pages)



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Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) ()
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Chinese Artists Association in the Midlands (CAAM) (has or had subject)
Chinese Association, North East Region (CANER) (has or had subject)
Brush-stokes Magazine (has or had subject)
Goedhuis, Michael, art dealer (has sender)
The Red Mansion Foundation, (1999-) (has or had subject)
Wai Yin Women's Centre (has or had subject)
Greenroom, (1986-2011) (has or had subject)
Bi Ma Dance Company (has or had subject)
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, (1921-) (has or had subject)
Chan, Suki, (b.1977), artist (has or had subject)
Turnpike Gallery (has or had subject)
Biggs, Lewis, curator (has or had subject)
Liverpool Biennial (has or had subject)

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Manchester (is associated with)

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English (is associated with)
unmediated ()
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plans (reports) (has documentary form type)
Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC) (has use status)
Originals (has record state)
Governance and Administration (results or resulted from)



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