San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 | 7:00 PM
Danforth Lecture Hall, Mills College
Poet, critic and teacher Bill Berkson speaks with artist Hung Liu on the challenges and rewards of being an artist and arts educator. The conversation takes place as part of Hung Liu: Offerings, on view at the Mills College Art Museum through March 17, 2013.
Hung Liu is recognized as America's most important Chinese artist.Hung Liu: Offerings (on view through March 17) examines the themes of cultural identity through works that navigate the complex journey of immigration and returning home. Trained as a social realist painter and muralist, her paintings, prints, and installations serve as memorials to the past while acknowledging the rapidly changing cultural dynamics in contemporary China.
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Mills College Art Museum
Founded in 1925, the Mills College Art Museum is a forum for exploring art and ideas and a laboratory for contemporary art practices. Through innovative exhibitions, programs, and collections, the museum engages and inspires the intellectual and creative life of the Mills community as well as the diverse audiences of the Bay Area and beyond.
Museum hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00–4:00 pm and Wednesday, 11:00–7:30 pm. Admission is free for all exhibitions and programs unless noted. For more information, visit mcam.mills.edu