Outreach Activities
CAAC often co-sponsors performances or collaborates with other presenting organizations. We regularly serve as a liaison to the local Chinese-language/focused media outlets to promote artists and events. Please refer to About CAAC for more details.
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2018.11.17Chinese Opera: CAAC co-sponsors Yue Ju Opera at Flushing Town Hall ....more
2018.11.3Chinese Opera: CAAC co-sponsors Kunqu Opera at The Kaye Playhouse ....more
2018.9.12018-2019 CAAC workshops at Symphony Space ....more
2018.8.12Chinese Opera: Yu Lineage Concert, co-sponsored by CAAC at Flushing ....more
2018.8.5Chinese Opera: The 18th Peking Opera Festival at NYU Skirball Center ....more
2018.7.16Seminar at CAAC | LMCC 2019 MANHATTAN ARTS GRANTS DEADLINE 9/18 ....more
2018.6.24Peking Opera |Gone With The Wind - A Modern Chinese Opera ....more
2018.5.19Music Recital |Nianbo Yu: Jinghu Concert ....more
2018.4.28Yue Opera | CAAC co-presents Yue opera performance in Flushing, New York ....more
2018.2.14Folk Art |CAAC Celebrating Chinese New Year with Chun-Lian Making ....more

Event Date: Feb 14, 2018 3-5pm
Location: Gallery 456 @ Chinese American Arts Council (456 Broadway, 3F, New York in SOHO)
Co-presented by the Chinese-American Arts Council (CAAC), the Chinese Poetry, Calligraphy and Painting Association, and the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York (CMENY)l

As the Chinese New Year draws closer, households put up chun-lian: calligraphic works of auspicious poems on red paper to express an aspiration for renewal and happiness in the coming year. To celebrate the Chinese New York, the Chinese-American Arts Council (CAAC), the Chinese Poetry, Calligraphy and Painting Association, and the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York (CMENY) are holding the first-ever Chun-lian Giveaway! Paper cutting master Shu-Shia SANBORN and master calligrapher and painter Li-fu Zhang will be present providing complimentary chun-lian to the public. The Chinese Poetry, Calligraphy and Painting Association will moreover be holding tutorials on calligraphy and creating on-the-spot artwork incorporating names of visitors.

Artistic administrator Flavia Lin of the CMENY indicates that the driver of this event is to, on one hand, provide the Chinese-American community in New York with a chance to showcase the spirit of the traditional new year, but also to tie together non-profit organizations in New York to present and preserve traditional Chinese art forms. Alan Chow, chairman of the CAAC, further highlights that beyond promoting the holiday, this event is meant to raise awareness around chun-lian, an important Chinese traditional art form in its own right. The organizers encourage the public to bring their children along to see chun-lian being made and to develop an increased appreciation for Chinese culture and art.

....additional press coverage

2017.11.2Theater |No Exit - A Production by CBGT ....more
2017.9.12017-2018 CAAC workshops on Chinese Opera and Martial Arts at Symphony Space ....more