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Sunday, September 20 at 5:30pm - 7:00pm
On Sep 20, 2015, Qi Shu Feng Peking Opera Company, co-sponsored by Chinese American Arts Council, Presents 2015 Peking Opera Festival at NYC Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
"The world, on both the micro and macro level, is constantly moving within a framework of units this irrepressible flux of time is the nexus of human experience and perception. Investigating the quantification of this motion... I alter the ‘natural’ rhythm of life to create a resonating interval." — Steve Cossman
We invite you to the second viewing of our inaugural series "offscreen", presenting four works by Seoul-based artist Jeamin Cha, selected by Yu-Chieh Li:
Join us for the most comprehensive screening of Ishu Han’s work in the United States, who recently completed a residency with Asian Cultural Council. His video work comprises brief gestures that meditate on nationalism, ecology and privacy. The artist Hiroshi Sunairi will introduce his work and moderate a discussion. This is the first of many screenings, panels and exhibi- tions that SCREEN will be programming at 456 Gallery.
My Lustrous Life by Alan Chow
This week we are going to see two short films.
Artist Talk ::: Ming Jer Kuo
SUNG-CHIH CHEN presents at
On Sunday, April 19, 2015, 2 p.m. This Kunqu Society performance introduces four signature plays of Kunqu Master Jiqing Zhang to American audiences: “A Maddening Dream,” an episode from “Ballad of The Rotten-Ax Mountain”, “A Stroll in the Garden,” “An Interrupted Dream,” and “Dreamland Revisited,” three episodes from “The Peony Pavilion” (by Xianzu Tang in 1598 A.D.)