China Pop: Contemporary Year of the Pig
Saturday, February 9, 7 - 9 PM | Ages 18+
Join us for our second rendition of a cultural celebration inspired by contemporary Chinese art. Come dressed with a splash of red for good fortune and enjoy an evening to bring peace and prosperity in the New Lunar Year!
Jun Cen, an illustrator for world class press, such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Boston Globe.
Liu Chang, a mixed-media artist whose work ranges from audiovisual installations to algorithmic art and interactive installations.
Qingshan Wang, photographer who explores the interactions between nature and human beings in urban ecosystems.
Zhihui Xie, ceramic artist focusing on experimental sculptures using various throwing techniques and black clay.
Chunmei Jia, ceramic artist who studies the topic of materiality in contemporary art.
Chenxi Huang, functional designer exploring a sense of playfulness that evokes the beauty of daily life.
Chenlin Cai, painter using the time-honored craft of inside-bottle painting, cellular structure oil painting texture, and X-ray image to interpret landscape.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
DJ Skinny White spinning his signature deep and sophisticated style of house music with a mix of Chinese pop
“Pig roast” and lite bites
Good luck balloon drop-and-pop
Two exhibitions featuring Chinese artists will also be on display during this event.
HALF : HALF
A Draper Experiment by Willie Yao
January 4 - February 24, 2019
Debuts ten site-specific pieces of paintings, video, and other media installations that explore Yao's discovery of his own identity and lifestyle as an urban citizen.
January 18 - February 21, 2019
In a joint collaboration with The University of Delaware Chinese Student and Scholar Association (UD CSSA), we will be showcasing an exhibition of photographs from the East Coast Chinese Community.