Chinese Arts & Culture Lecture Series
At Delaware Art Museum
May 1, 15, 22
Hanlin Chinese Culture Association is pleased to initiate Chinese Culture Series to support the Delaware Art Museum on the Theme of the Exploration in May. The purpose of this series lecture is to enrich personal enjoyment and appreciation through the exploration of Chinese arts and culture. All lectures are free to public.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Brush Dancing and Ink Singing:
Understanding Chinese Culture through Chinese Brush Painting and Calligraphy
by Josephine Tsai, Artist and Calligrapher
The presentation will provide great information of the medium, related Chinese lyric, culture and philosophy of this classical art form. Through brush dancing on the Shuan paper, her demonstration will be a true art experience for reflection of the natural beauty as well as expression of inner being. For more information about Josephine Tsai, please visit her website www.taoofbrush.com
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Poetic Expression in the Art of Chinese Floral Arrangement
By Taini Hsu, Executive Director of Hanlin Chinese Culture Association
Chinese floral arrangement primarily pays attention to taste and interest. Like Chinese painting and calligraphy, the creation of floral arrangement also stresses linear and calligraphic. Taini Hsu has been practiced Chinese floral arrangement more than 20 years, through her hand on demonstration; you will experience how to express a poetic passion and picturesque connotation in a floral arrangement. For flower arrangement work of Taini, please click here…...
Sunday, May 22, 2011
The Exquisite Beauty of Chinese Porcelain
By Lup Jung, Collector of Chinese Art
Mr. Lup Jung has been collected Chinese antiques for more than 50 years, and specialized in Chinese porcelain. Mr. Lup will present the evolution of the Chinese porcelain by showing the slides of his collection from the early Neolithic jar, Han amphora, Tang three color ware, Song Qing Bai bowel through late Qing Dynasty. You will not only learn the history, different styles and techniques but also appreciate the beauty of Chinese porcelain.
( For direction to Delaware Art Museum, please visit their website at www.delart.org )