Previous Exhibitions from Spring 2012 to Fall 2013
Organized by The Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University and Liu Haisu Art Museum
September 18th - 27th, 2013
Curators: Zhiyuan Cong, Rong Xu
Location: Liu Haisu Art Museum 1665 Hongqiao Road, Shanghai, China 200336
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The Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University in collaboration with Art Department, University Galleries, and College of Arts and Communication, will host exhibition, symposium, Chinese mounting workshop and a Chinese Painting Demonstration, during the exhibition: Play Ink- Ink Play period especially for CCAF festival.Chinese opera painting exhibition explains this special phenomenon of modern Chinese ink painting in a quite reasonable way that artists take opera as a specific object of sentiment, and bestow it with freedom of expression. This exhibition displays the opera figure paintings created by some outstanding Chinese painters, such as Guan Liang, Lin Fengmian, Huan Yu, Cheng Shifa and Ding Liren. Their works usually take consideration about cultural elements of opera as theme to express themselves and their thoughts about life. There are also some artists using opera’s symbols to pursue renovation of modern ink painting’s patterns. The combination of opera and ink art brings more freedom of emotion and imagination not only to the painters but also to the audience.
Exhibition: Play Ink- Ink Play - The Art of Chinese Opera Painting University
Hosted by Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum, University Art Galleries, College of the Arts and Communication and The Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University
Exhibition dates: March 4 – April 12, 2013Reception: 2:00pm- 4:00pmSunday, March 3, 2013
Location: Court Gallery, Ben Shahn Center for the Visual Arts
Chinese Scroll Mounting Workshop
Dates: March 2, 2013 Saturday 9:30am - 4pm
Instructors: Zhiyuan Cong, Professor WPUNJJingmei Liu, a Mounting master from Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum
Location: Printmaking studio, Power Art Center 144
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Lecture and Presentation: Chinese Painting and Chinese Opera Visiting artists Jian Zhang, Director of Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum and his delegation.
Location: Ben Shahn room 1462:30am- 4:30pm, Monday, March 4, 2013
The Liu Haisu Art Museum is a national art museum in Shanghai, China. The museum is named after Mr. Liu Haisu, one of the founders of China New Art Movement in the beginning of the 20th century.
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Sponsored by the Louis Bay 2nd Library & Community Center, the College of Arts and Communication, Art Department, and the Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University
November 17th –November 30th, 2012
Located at 345 Lafayette Avenue, Hawthorne, New Jersey, 07506
This exhibition is highlighting the printmaking program of William Paterson University, showing the printmaking work of our students, focusing on the media of etching. Most of the works are from the current Fall 2012 semester, but some selected pieces are from our former students. The Printmaking program of William Paterson University is one of the best-equipped and most innovative programs in New Jersey. Our program aims to provide teaching of the traditional printmaking techniques such as copper etching, as well as to develop the new media “Blue Film” etching with our students. We want to educate in the excellent culture and knowledge of traditional printmaking, but we also strive to develop new courses to update our curriculum and keep up with the modern trends and techniques. More than 30 works presented in this exhibition showcase etching techniques from the past up to the most current production of printmaking, and show how our students have followed the printmaking tradition and make it contemporary.
Saturday, November 17
2:00pm - 5:00pm Reception
2:00pm - 3:00pm Lecture: An introduction of the printmaking by Professor Zhiyuan Cong, the Head of the printmaking program of William Paterson University
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February 6th to March 2nd, 2012
The Louis Bay 2nd Library in Hawthorne is delighted to present a solo exhibition of Chinese artwork by world renowned artist, Zhiyuan Cong, Director of the Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University of New Jersey. Professor Cong's works have been selected for display at numerous national art exhibitions and museums in both China and the United States, including the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. The exhibition is part of the library's Celebrate China focus for the month of February.
12:00pm - 4:30pm - Reception: Saturday, February 18th
1:00pm - 3:00pm - Lecture: Appreciation of Chinese Painting, & Chinese Ink Painting Demonstration: Lotus Flower
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