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Following its remarkable engagements of The Peony Pavilion and Silk Road at Lincoln Center, China Arts and Entertainment Group returns with the U.S. premiere of a new dance theater piece: The Red Dress, at the David H. Koch Theater from March 6-9.
Join us in seeing Hangzhou Yue Opera Company's two contemporary opera adaptations' US Premiere at NYU Skirball Center!
“Picturing Us…” is an ongoing collaborative photography project in local communities. Since September 2012 I have been facilitating family portraits with my large format film camera. In exchange for participating in the project, each family receives a free enlargement print. Begun in the South Bronx in the fall of 2012 and continued in Harlem in the summer of 2013, this is the project’s debut in Chinatown. (Sonia Louise Davis)
COME be part of a FREE art show, opening in Chinatown! Take a family portrait, create a personalized juju bag and build with LEGO on both our indoor and outdoor installations. Located in a former beauty salon, "Through the Parlor" includes art that invites you to explore work life versus play, memories passed down through generations, and how we view changes in our neighborhood.
Join in the celebration as the New York Chinese Film Festival returns for its 4th annual outing of presenting the best in Chinese cinema. The 2013 NYCFF, presented by the Chinese American Arts Council (CAAC) and the Chinese Movie Channel, CCTV-6, will screen 7 new films from Hong Kong & Mainland China over the 3-day event, and will introduce such celebrated filmmakers and performers as Vicky Zhao Wei, Miriam Yeung, Xiubo Wu and Donnie Yen to New York audiences.
NYU and ChineseCUBES announced the first-ever Chinese Character Festival (CCF) in New York, a month-long celebration of Chinese characters that comprise the Chinese language and play a significant role in East Asian language, arts and cultures. Co-organized by Chinese education tech startup ChineseCUBES and New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, the festival spans October 6 to November 3, 013 with opening and closing events to be held at NYU Kimmel Center.
A "brilliant exploration of violence and corruption in contemporary China" (Jon Frosch, The Atlantic), A TOUCH OF SIN was inspired by four shocking (and true) events that forced the world's fastest growing economy into a period of self-examination.
The “Beauty of China, Show the World” concert is exclusively sponsored by the Bank of China and organized by Sino-American Cultural Council. This prime lineup of emerging classical artist is a world-class showcase of Chinese talent and their collaboration with Italian and American musicians. This concert represents a significant landmark as it showcases and spreads the magical influence of Chinese art to the world. The concert is a cheerful and inspiring meeting of musicians from the East and the West and yet another major cultural exchanges between the fast growing circle of Chinese and American artists.
Kunqu Society, co-sponsored by CAAC, will host a Kunqu performance on September 22, 2013, to celebrate the society’s 25th anniversary and honor the late Mrs. Lingwen Wang, a famed Chinese painter and devoted Kunqu practitioner, and her late husband, Mr. Yutseng Wang, a Chinese calligrapher. The event will be held at the Florence Gould Hall at FIAF (55 East 59th Street, New York).
The performance celebrates the United States debut of the ground-breaking initiative I SING BEIJING. Founded in 2011, I SING BEIJING is a pioneering program that introduces Mandarin as a lyric language and brings to stage a new expression in the vocal arts by juxtaposing Western operatic traditions with the emerging genre of modern Chinese opera.