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China Institute in America  留言于2016-11-17 09:05:29
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting: Northern & Southern Schools
Saturday, November 19, 2:00-4:00pm
Speaker: Prof. Yanzhe He
Event fee: FREE
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

Speaker: Prof. Yanzhe He of Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, a renowned artist of the traditional Chinese landscape painting and author of many books on the subject, will focus this lecture on a comparison between the Northern School and the Southern School as well as between the Northern themes and the Southern themes in the history of the Chinese landscape painting. He will elaborate on all the major aspects involved in this comparison such as the intellectual ideas behind the images of the paintings, artistic styles and techniques as well as how the social backgrounds of individual artists likely affected their artistic styles. The speaker will also give a demonstration at the lecture of different techniques of brush work related to the Northern & Southern Schools.

This lecture is in Chinese. Seats are limited and advanced registration is requested.
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Renwen Society  留言于2016-11-17 08:12:27
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Symposium on Liu Haisu, Pioneer of Modern Chinese Art
Sunday, December 4, 2:00-4:00pm
Speakers: Ms. Liu Chan, Mr. Chen Lusheng, Ms. Zhang Anna
Event fee: FREE
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

Liu Haisu was a prominent twentieth-century Chinese painter and a noted art educator. He excelled at combining traditional Chinese painting methods with European techniques, especially those of van Gogh and Cézanne, and promoted this style as a model for revolutionizing art education in China. As the leader of art schools in Shanghai and Nanjing, Liu exerted extraordinary influence. The scion of a distinguished literary family, Liu studied calligraphy under Kang Youwei and traditional landscape and flower painting under Wu Changshi and Chen Hengke. He became one of the founders of the Shanghai Academy, the first art college in modern China. During the 1920s and 30s he organized several important national and international exhibitions and toured Japan and Europe, where he studied Western techniques and exhibited his own works. As a teacher, Liu maintained that painters should combine a knowledge of formal art theory with their natural talent and personal judgment, a departure from the Chinese tradition of copying the compositions and techniques of old masters. His works in traditional Chinese style were free-flowing and brilliant in color.

To commemorate the 120th anniversary of his birth, The Renwen Society presents a special symposium on the art legend on Sunday, December 4, 2-4 pm. Speakers include:
Ms. Liu Chan, daughter of Liu Haisu, Guest Professor at Nanjing University of the Arts, Honorary President of the Liu Haisu Gallery in Changzhou
Mr. Chen Lusheng, Former Vice President of the National Museum of China
Ms. Zhang Anna, President of Changzhou Liu Haisu-Xiayiqiao Art Museum
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Juan Tian  留言于2016-11-16 16:38:19
评论:Barstow国际学生联合会举办“多元文化日”
网面速度不太顺畅,打开太慢,不知道是否是照片太大的原因,这样影响读者的阅读兴致。 多元文化日很热闹,让我们也借此了解世界各地的文化!
ICSPAH  留言于2016-11-16 08:13:26
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Call for Nominations of ICSPAH Awards (2017)
The criteria and procedure of nominations for these three awards are as follows:
(A) Criteria of Nominees for Excellent Early Career Research Award
1. The nominees must be university/college faculty member who earned his/her terminal degree within five year (diploma dated after January 2012);
2. The nominees must have been an ICSPAH member for at least three years by March 2017;
3. The nominees who accept nomination must submit (a) research article(s) published as first author in physical activity and health or related disciplines in peer-reviewed journals in the last three years (January 2014-March 2017). Other scholarship (grants, books, or book chapters) are considered only as the supplemental references, (b) a description of the journals in which the article(s) are published, and (c) the impact factor of the journals (if available) in the last three years; and (d) a copy of diploma or transcript showing date of terminal degree issued.
(B) Criteria of Nominees for Excellent Service Award
1. The nominees must be an active ICSPAH regular or life member for three years by March 2017;
2. The nominees must have made considerable contribution to ICSPAH in service;
3. The nominees must have served the organization or played leadership roles with substantial work in the executive council[committee], standing committees, or task-force groups, and/or served as a keynote presenter with significant contribution to promote the organization worldwide and support the growth of the ICSPAH; and
4. The nominees should submit (a) a 1-3 page narrative describing detailed ICSPAH-related services with necessary evidences; and (b) two recommendation letters from ICSPAH active members.
(c) Criteria of Nominees for Excellent Teaching Award
1. The nominees must be an active ICSPAH regular or life member for three years by March 2017;
2. The nominees must be a university/college faculty member who earned his/her terminal degree and have taught professional core courses in his/her discipline for at least three years; and
3. The nominees should submit the following documents for review: (a) minimum one recommendation letter from his/her departmental peer(s) at current institution; (b) two copies of summarized teaching evaluation by the students with rating scores during academic year 2015-2016; and (c) other evidences of teaching effectiveness including teaching sample(s) in creativity or renovation (optional). Such submission indicates that the candidate voluntarily waivers the right for the reviewing process and the Committee and Executive Council of ICSPAH should keep the information confidential and be in compliance with the professional ethic codes of ICSPAH.
Nomination Procedure
1. Only active ICSPAH members (regular or life members) can nominate
candidates and be nominated;
2. For each Award, one active ICSPAH regular or life member can only
nominate one candidate;
3. Before the nomination is submitted, the nominator should contact
the prospective nominee and get his/her permission to be nominated;
4. An award nominee can only be considered for one award per year
(Early Career Research, Teaching or Service).
5. Nomination should be made before December 15th, 2016 to lchen@desu.edu, or Tao.Zhang@unt.edu.
UCLA Confucius Institute  留言于2016-11-16 06:15:15
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
The Muban Education Foundation - 20 Years of Support for Chinese Woodblock Printing
A talk by David Barker, Senior Research Fellow of the Muban Foundation, London
Monday, November 21 at 4:00 PM
UCLA Bunche Hall Room 10383
The muban multi-color printing process, perfected in the early 17th century, allows for vivid, finely-detailed prints that closely mimic painting. Though the Ming Dynasty is largely seen as woodblock printing''s "golden age", this centuries-old art form continues to thrive in China''s contemporary art scene as today''s artists experiment with new subject matter, techniques, and applications. Guest speaker David Barker will give an introduction to the history of color woodblock printing in China as well as the Muban Education Trust''s work preserving the Chinese woodblock printing tradition.

The Muban Educational Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, collection and promotion of Chinese woodblock prints and printmaking. It is home to the extensive collection of Chinese woodcut prints assembled by Christer von der Burg and the late Verena Bolinder-Müller during the late 1990s, and is currently working on completing a pictorial and biographical archive of the collection which will assist access to the collection by both specialists and non-specialists alike.

David Barker is a graduate of Goldsmiths'', University of London 1961-66. He studied Chinese at the People''s University, Beijing and at Leeds University in the 1980s. He retired from the post of Reader in Printmaking at the University of Ulster in 2005, to take up the voluntary post of Secretary to the Trustees, The Muban Educational Trust 2005-2015. He is currently the Senior Research Fellow in the Muban Educational Trust 2015. His work includes many books and journal articles published in the UK, USA and China. He is currently working to complete a Chinese-English-Chinese Glossary of Woodblock Printmaking Terms. He is Honorary Professor of Printmaking in the China Academy of Fine Arts and a Member of their International Exchange Committee.

UCLA Confucius Institute Broad Art Center, Suite 3263 Los Angeles, California 90095-7274 USA
USC U.S.-China Institute  留言于2016-11-16 05:07:03
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
USC Events: Screening - Iron Moon
November 17, 2016; 4-6:00 PM
USC Campus, Wallis Annenberg Hall, ANN 106
Free.
The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a screening of Iron Moon, a documentary following Chinese workers who use poetry as a tool to express the hidden life stories and experiences of people living at the bottom of the society. The film is in Chinese with English subtitles.

Mapping, Managing, Meandering: Charting China's Continuous Evolution
November 15, 2016 - 4:00pm
Berkeley, California
The UC Berkeley Center for Chinese Studies welcomes Professor Vivienne Shue analyzing political change in China from a new frame of mind.

Screening - Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Delta Chinese
November 17, 2016 - 7:00pm
Varies cities, California
Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Delta Chinese is a documentary that examines a little known aspect of the Chinese American experience. Writer, director and producer E. Samantha Cheng will be on hand to introduce the film and conduct a Q&A following the screening.

China and Europe in Global Economic History: From Europe's Divergence to China's Convergence
November 15, 2016 - 12:00pm
Ann Arbor, Michigan
The University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by R. Bin Wong, Distinguished Professor of History, UCLA.

What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th century China
November 15, 2016 - 3:30pm
Seattle, Washington
The University of Washington East Asia Center presents a book talk by Professor Tobie Meyer-Fong.

The Family and Demographic Revolutions in Taiwan
November 15, 2016 - 4:00pm
New York, New York
The Columbia University Weatherhead East Asian Institute presents a talk by Ying-Chang Chuang, Academia Sinica as part of their Modern Taiwan Lecture Series.

USC U.S.-China Institute
uschina@usc.edu
China Institute (NY) - Public Program  留言于2016-11-16 03:03:54
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Lecture Series: Expanding the Boundaries of Chinese Poetry
Saturday, December 3, 2:00PM-4:00PM
In this three-session lecture series, poet and professor Yibing Huang will introduce three famous yet often misunderstood Chinese writers and re-examine their distinctive relationships with contemporary Chinese poetry.

Book Launch: Create Your Star Power: A Guide to Self-Fulfillment with Chiu-Ti Jansen
Thursday, December 8, 6:00PM-8:00PM
Join us to celebrate the publication of Chiu-Ti Jansen's memoir, Create Your Star Power: A Guide to Self-Fulfillment. Chiu-Ti Jansen is a TV presenter, lifestyle magazine publisher, and writer based in New York City with a pulse on China.

Crashing the Party: An American Reporter in China
Tuesday, November 22, 6:30PM-8:30PM
Speakers: Scott Savitt and Jerome A Cohen
Crashing the Party: An American Reporter in China is Scott Savitt's singular account as one of the first Americans in post-Mao China. Arriving in Beijing in 1983 as an exchange student from Duke University, Scott stepped into an environment rife with political unrest and had the rare opportunity to witness a nation on the brink of monumental change.

China Institute in America
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Tel: 212.744.8181
info@chinainstitute.ccsend.com
USC U.S.-China Institute  留言于2016-11-16 00:26:44
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a screening of Iron Moon: The Poetry Of Chinese Migrant Workers, a documentary following Chinese workers who use poetry as a tool to express the hidden life stories and experiences of people living at the bottom of the society. The film is in Chinese with English subtitles.
What: Screening - Iron Moon 我的诗篇
When: Thursday, November 17, 2016, 4:00-6:00pm
Where: Wallis Annenberg Hall, ANN 106
Cost: Free.

About the Film
An assembly line worker in an Apple factory who commits suicide at the young age of 24, leaving behind 200 poems of despair-"I swallowed an iron moon....."; a guileless lathe operator who is rebuffed at every turn, living in the world of his poetry; a female clothing factory worker who lives in poverty but writes poetry rich in dignity and love; a coalminer who works deep in the earth year round, trying to contact and make peace with the spirits of his dead coworkers through his poetry; and a goldmine demolitions worker who blasts rocks several kilometers into mountainsides to support his family, while writing poetry to carry the weight of his fury and affections-"My body carries three tons of dynamite...." They could be any of the 350 million workers in China, and yet these five are also poets. Using poetry as a tool to chip away at the ice of silence, they express the hidden life stories and experiences of people living at the bottom of the society. This is one story behind the sudden rise of China, and a mournful song of global capitalism.
"我咽下一枚铁做的月亮......"一名苹果手机的流水线工人自杀身亡,年仅24岁,留下200多首绝望的诗歌;一名不懂人情世故处处碰壁的叉车工,固执地活在诗歌的世界里;一名制衣女工,生活窘迫艰难,却用高贵的心灵谱写爱意;一名常年劳作于地心深处的煤矿工人,宛如地狱来客,用诗歌为苦难的兄弟们立言和招魂;"我身体里有炸药三吨",一名金矿爆破工,在几千米矿洞深处开山炸石,养家糊口,用诗歌承载怒火和深情。他们是3.5亿中国工人中普普通通的几位,同时又是令人惊异的诗人;他们不约而同拿起诗歌这一武器,来打破沉默的坚冰,抒发底层劳动者不为人知的悲欢离合与生死命运。这是一个中国崛起背后的传奇故事,一首资本全球化世界的哀歌。

USC U.S.-China Institute
213-821-4382
Office of Chinese International Education  留言于2016-11-15 03:52:21
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Thanks

Bing
Chris L.  留言于2016-11-15 03:50:36
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2016 No.30)
Thank you very much!
Wish you a great week ahead.

Chris
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