Dr. Sung has served as the curator of Asian art at the Cincinnati Art Museum since 2002. In her 2009 show, Roaring Tigers, Leaping Carp: Decoding the Symbolic Language of Chinese Animal Painting, Dr. Sung drew on ten years of research to present more than 100 paintings that illustrated the use of animal symbolism in Chinese art.
Dr Keiko Nakamachi is Professor of Art History at Jissen Women’s University, specializing in Japanese art including Edo painting , crafts and prints and her work on the Rinpa school. Her most recent publications include All about Sakai Hoitsu (2011)and Envisioning the Tale of Genji: Media, Gender, and Cultural Production 2008.
Dr Masahiko Aizawa, is Professor in the department of Arts at Seijo University.