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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2019.9.12019-2020 CAAC Workshops at Symphony Space ....more
2019.7.22Seminar at CAAC | LMCC 2019 MANHATTAN ARTS GRANTS DEADLINE 9/10 ....more
2019.7.6Ashley Liang Dance Company presents Flowing Colors of Charming Flowers ....more
2019.6.30Chinese Opera: CAAC co-sponsors Peking Opera "Hack Open The Coffin" & "Sitting In The Palace" at Flushing Town Hall ....more
2019.6.23Chinese Opera: CAAC co-sponsors Peking Opera "Empress Yang of Great Tang" at Pace University ....more
2019.4.27Chinese Opera: CAAC co-sponsors Yue Ju Opera Selection at Flushing Town Hall ....more
2019.4.22Film | Enter The Forbidden City by director Wu Mei premiers at the Theater of NYFA ....more
2019.2.15Film | Ash Is Purest White by Jia Zhang-Ke, press conference at CAAC ....more
2019.1.30Event |CAAC co-sponsors AABDC's event Celebrating 2019 THE YEAR OF THE PIG ....more
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

Chinese American Arts Council (CAAC) signed another year of agreement with Symphony Space's Global Arts Program, in conducting series of Workshop, Cultural Field Trip and After School Program on Chinese Opera and Martial Arts.

In this agreement, during 2018-2019, CAAC will conduct periodic workshops and demonstrations on Chinese Opera and Martial Arts at Symphony Space. Artists from CAAC were trained in China and who were stars of the Beijing and Shaoxing Opera Troupes. Recipients of numerous awards for their work in China, these artists specialize in warrior roles and are skilled in many styles of theatrical martial arts. Their performances and workshops introduce students and teachers to works from the Beijing, Shaoxing, Kun and Cantonese Opera repertories.

Teaching artists perform and discuss the five elements of traditional Chinese opera—singing, talking, acting, fighting, and tumbling--with students, providing a deeper understanding of the discipline. An exploration of these elements elicits interactive discussion, learning the five elements in the Mandarin language, and practice with stage fighting skills, movement, and mime.

The workshops and demonstrations will be held throughout the contracted period. Please check with Symphony Space for schedule at
https://www.symphonyspace.org
/education/global-arts/
chinese-opera-and-martial-arts


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