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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)

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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)

 

Art and the Chinese New Year: 

Celebrating the Rooster!

Date & Time:Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 6:30-8:30PM

Speaker:Dr. Susan L. Beningson, 

Assistant Curator of Asian Art at the Brooklyn Museum 

Event fee:$10 members / $15 non-members

FREE for FOTG members(includes entrance to Gallery) 

Location:40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

 

Celebrate the Lunar New Year by exploring the meaning of roosters in Chinese art with Dr. Susan L. Beningson, Assistant Curator of Asian Art at the Brooklyn Museum, as she discusses objects in the Gallery's current exhibition and other famous examples of this auspicious zodiac animal.

 

For questions, please email to gallery@chinainstitute.org or call 212-744.8181

 

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Spotlight:Chinese New Year

Join China Institute as we gear up for 2017 and the Year of the Rooster! The Rooster is known to be observant, hardworking and confident - join us and celebrate at any of our Chinese New Year events.

On January 18, join China Institute Gallery for a special talk on the Meaning of Roosters in Chinese Art with Dr. Susan L. Beningson, Assistant Curator of Asian Art at the Brooklyn Museum, as she discusses objects in the Gallery's current exhibition and other famous examples of this auspicious zodiac animal.

If you're looking to ring in the New Year with a stylish soiree, don't miss our Year of the Rooster Banquet at China Blue on Saturday, January 28. This year's theme is 1930s Shanghai - RSVP Today. For night owls, attend our special after party!

For a day of fun with the whole family, join us for a Chinese New Year Celebration on Saturday, February 4. New Year themed workshops include dumpling making, storytelling, and lantern-making. Continue on into the evening for a Chinese New Year's Party featuring festive music and dance performances, food, and much more! Learn More.
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LAST CHANCE! Winter Semester Starts January 9

at our Downtown Location

Adult Private Tutoring is even more flexible!
Special Winter Course
Classical Chinese II: 
A Rare Linguistic Gem
Tuesdays, January 10 - March 14
6:30PM-8:30PM

Explore Classical Chinese prose and poetry, taught by Ben Wang, Senior Lecturer at China Institute.
Mandarin Meet Up at China Institute
6:00PM-7:30PM
Thursdays, January 26, 
February 9 & 23
Wednesdays, March 8 & 22

You don't need to speak Mandarin to join our Meetups. Come to experience Chinese culture and language, and enjoy communicating in Mandarin! 
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LAST CHANCE! Register by January 9 & Receive a $50 DISCOUNT

Spring Courses Start February 6

NEW! KNOW CHINA! Cultural Workshops 
Saturdays, January - March 
Jan 14 & 21, Feb 11 
11:00AM - 12:30PM

Enroll your kids in China Institute's new program where they will learn history and art through hands-on workshops.
Learn More & Register
NEW! Mommy & Me Class
Saturdays
February 11-April 8 
10:00AM-10:45AM

NEW! Dance Class
Saturdays
February 11-April 8
11:00AM-11:45AM
Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)
Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)School of Chinese Studies - Educators 
Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)
The Nanjing Atrocities:Crimes of War with Facing History
Saturday, February 25, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
In this professional development workshop from Facing History and Ourselves, we will introduce Facing History's resource The Nanjing Atrocities:Crimes of War, which details the events unfolding in China and Japan in the years leading up to World War II in East Asia, and the Japanese occupation of the city of Nanjing, China, in 1937.
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)Center for Business

Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)

CHINA IN NUMBERS:Understanding China's Financial and Economic Data
Wednesday, January 11, 6:30PM-8:30PM 
With China now the world's second largest economy, understanding China's financial and economic data has never been more important. The increasing complexity of China's financial system adds to the difficulties in interpreting data. Join us for a comprehensive discussion on Understanding China's Financial and Economic Data, moderated by Bloomberg Television correspondent, Ramy Inocencio. Panelists' backgrounds range from investment, research, data collection and analysis to data science and more. 
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Jazz Concert:Stephanie Chou at Joe's Pub
Saturday, January 14
7:00PM, doors open at 6:00PM

Join us for a concert celebrating the release of Asymptote, the third album by jazz musician and composer Stephanie Chou. Her music combines classical and Chinese influences with jazz and pop harmony and rhythm. Co-presented by China Institute, China Institute members will receive an exclusive discount on tickets! Learn More & Register
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Chinese New Year Celebration, Year of the Rooster
Saturday, February 4, 1:00PM-7:00PM
Family Workshops:1:00PM-3:30PM
Party & Performance:4:00PM-7:00PM

Kick off the Year of the Rooster with China Institute's signature New Year Celebration. In the afternoon, we will open our doors to families for New Year-themed workshops and activities including dumpling making, storytelling, and lantern-making. In the evening, adults and families alike are welcome to a party featuring a lion dance, food, and live music. Learn More & Register
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Performance & Panel Discussion: 
Incident at Hidden Temple
Tuesday, February 7
7:30PM

With his new play Incident at Hidden Temple, playwright Damon Chua builds on the success of his earlier work focusing on China in the 1940s with a narrative inspired by real events. 

China Institute invites you to a special performance where we will partner with Pan Asian Repertory Theatre to present a post-show panel discussion on the play's historical setting featuring Incident at Hidden Temple writer Damon Chua alongside historical specialists.  Learn More & Register
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Film Art Set in Times of Chaos:
Chinese Martial Arts Films
February 16 & 22; March 2, 9 &16
6:30PM-8:30PM

This five-week film series is dedicated to classics of wuxia, China's heroic stories of martial arts and swordplay, and accompanies China Institute's exhibition Art in a Time of Chaos:Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd - 6th Centuries. The screenings will be introduced by a distinguished scholar and will feature accompanying contextual materials written by series curator Nancy Jervis.
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)Renwen Society
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Lecture:The Grand Canal of China
Saturday, January 21, 2:00PM-4:00PM

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Grand Canal is the longest canal in the world and a famous tourist destination. The canal has been admired by many throughout history including Japanese monk Ennin(794-864), Persian historian Rashid al-Din(1247-1318), Korean official Choe Bu(1454-1504), and Italian missionary Matteo Ricci(1552-1610). 

At this lecture, Mr. Qifeng Cheng, a researcher of the Grand Canal, will relate the history of the canal and its effect on Chinese society and culture. Learn More & Register

*Note:This lecture will be in Chinese
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)Gallery Exhibitions & Related Programming
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Current Exhibition
Art in a Time of Chaos:Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd - 6th Centuries
Now Through March 19

"Exchange is the dynamic that animates [this] inaugural exhibition at China Institute [Gallery]...The show is a jewel, and let me just say up front, I don't know how China Institute Gallery, now 50 years old, does what it does. Season after season, it brings extraordinary treasures to New York...it creates exhibitions that advance scholarship...but also give unalloyed pleasure, partly because the scale is always right." 
- Holland Cotter, New York Times, November 2016 Continue reading the New York Times Review

Not only was the Six Dynasties period a pivotal link in the historical timeline between the Han and Tang dynasties, but it is increasingly recognized for having laid the foundation for Chinese artistic standards, genres, subjects, and important themes that continue to define Chinese art today. Learn More
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)
Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)

Gallery Video

Gallery Hours 
Thursday, 10:00AM-8:00PM
Saturday-Sunday, 11:00AM-5:00PM

Admission Fees
Members: FREE 
Adults:$8 
Seniors:$4 
Students:$4 
Children under 16:Free  


Discover China Through Art(DCTA)Gallery Tours & Workshops For Groups
Available for Weekday Bookings
China Institute Gallery's innovative art education program for groups, will introduce participants to our downtown inaugural exhibition. The three-part program features an introductory video presentation, a docent-led gallery tour, and a hands-on art workshop.
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)Special Event
Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)
Don't miss this year's extraordinary 
Chinese New Year special event:
Year of the Rooster Banquet & After Party
Saturday, January 28

China Blue
135 Watts Street, New York, NY

6:00PM - Cocktails 
7:00PM - Dinner 
9:30PM - After Party with DJ HARUKA SALT
Attire:Festive Chinese-inspired 
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Public Programs from China Institute(NY Jan. - Feb)From Our Friends
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Open House:Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages(TCSOL) January 27

Chef Mikuni:Umami and Other Japanese Culinary Secrets  Monday, January 30 6:30PM
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