On Saturday, March 23rd, the Chinese Culture Foundation will host a lecture with Michael Sullivan in conjunction with The Moment for Ink.
Born in 1916, Michael Sullivan (蘇立文) is the preeminent British art historian who has been a dear friend of Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco. He is one of the major pioneers to educate the west on modern Chinese art history and criticism. Traveling from the UK to America at 97 years old and in conjunction with the Moment for Ink Exhibition, Sullivan will be joined by his student Britta Erickson, another highly respected scholar active in Chinese art.
The afternoon will also premiere a rare footage, commissioned by Sullivan about Moment for Ink artist, Chang Dai-Chien in California, filmed in 1960s.
Tickets are required for this one-time only lecture in San Francisco, first come, first served. Capacity 300.
CCC member: Free (please bring your membership card or proof of membership)
General public: $25
For more information: www.c-c-c.org
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The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco is a major community-based, non-profit organization established in 1965 to foster the understanding and appreciation of Chinese and Chinese American art, history, and culture in the United States.
In its 45 years of work, CCC has played a pioneering role in introducing Chinese culture to the American public through exhibitions and public programming of a broad spectrum of Chinese traditional and contemporary artistic works in multiple disciplines: Visual Arts, Literature, Music and Theater.
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