Survey of Chinese Art History with Julie Chun – Introduction to Calligraphy and Painting
Time & Location
About the Event
Join us as Julie Chun (Adjunct Professor of Art History) introduces us to calligraphy, the highest form of art in China. We will explore the historical circumstances and the evolution of the Chinese script. Then we will delve into the study of ink painting. What makes Chinese ink painting so prominent and unique? Be ready to come and immerse yourself in a sit-down in-depth art history course. Please note, this is not an ink painting practice session.
Tuesday, January 19
1:45 PM Registration, 2 PM to 4 PM
RMB 150 (includes tea)
Miracle Mandarin, 21/F
319 Changde Rd., near Beijing Rd.
(metro line 2 or 7 to Jing’an Temple station, exit 3 if line 2 and exit 10 if line 7)
Please complete the online registration by January 15. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Kim Neurath, WeChat: KimNShanghai.
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