Stories in Ink: Works by students of ART 332 Eastern Immersion & CHIN 4998 Chinese Calligraphy

Art-making and storytelling have been one and the same form of human expression from the earliest of time. In this exhibition, traditional tools, materials, and techniques of East Asian calligraphy are employed to tell stories of modern times: from familial values to cultural identity, from mental health to environmental sustainability, the artworks beckon viewers to stare, to ponder, and to reckon once again these themes of perpetuity that pertain to us all.

The artworks are created by students of two Fall 2018 courses: ART 332 Eastern Immersion taught by Professor Han Dai-Yu, Department of Art and Art History, and CHIN 4998 Chinese Calligraphy taught by Professor Yu Li, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

Wednesday, January 16

William H. Hannon Library, Second Floor
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

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