展览“制作中: 艺术与电影的工作场”主要由洛杉矶郡艺术博物馆的藏品构成，强调了视觉艺术和电影相互关联的历史。洛杉矶的当地人视他们的城市为“城市蔓延（Urban Sprawl）”，这里没有明显的市中心，而是由许多商业和高层建筑群组成。有趣的是，城市蔓延的开端可以追溯到一条街道，这条街道后来获得了“奇迹一英里”和“博物馆大道”的称号。
美籍艺术史学家，2011年移居上海。通过批判性的工作，她在上海观察与纪录艺术界的演变。她是皇家亚洲学会中国支会的副主席，通过组织举办艺术活动，向公众传播艺术及其历史与现状。她的讲座面向不同的上海外国人群体，包括各国驻沪领馆工作人员，同时也是上海财经大学国际文化交流学院的艺术史客座教授。她的文章常见“典藏国际版：Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art”，她的艺术评论及相关文章多次在中国和国际的专业出版物、在线杂志上发表。
Drawn largely from LACMA’s collection, In Production: Art and the Studio System expands on the interconnected histories of visual art and film. The locals refer to their hometown of LA (Los Angeles) as an “urban sprawl.” There is no distinct central downtown, but rather many clusters of commercial and high-rise buildings. Interestingly, the beginnings of the sprawl can be traced to one street, which later received the distinction of Miracle Mile and thereafter Museum Mile.
Art Historian Julie Chun will delve into the historical phenomenon of Los Angeles to discuss the diverse facets of the Museum Mile. How did this happen? What were the social, political and economic circumstances that occurred for the built culture of the city’s cluster of museums? Exactly which museums constitute the Museum Mile? Moreover, what consequences has this precedent engendered and how is it still affecting the arts and culture of the city of Los Angeles? Come join us for an inspiring afternoon of art history.
Julie Chun is an American Art Historian based in Shanghai since 2011. She has been critically observing and documenting the growth of the art world in Shanghai. She serves as the Vice President and the Art Convener of the Royal Asiatic Society China, where she devotes her time to increasing the public’s understanding of artistic objects, past and present. She lectures frequently for various foreign associations in Shanghai, including the foreign Consulate General offices and is an adjunct professor of Art History for the Institute for Study Abroad at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. She is a regular contributing writer for Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art and her art reviews and criticisms have been published in academic journals and online art journals in China and internationally