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September 10, 2011

Exciting events related to contemporary Chinese woodblock exhibition currently on view at UMMA



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Unless otherwise noted, events are free and open to public, and take place at UMMA.

LECTURE
Reading the Popular Chinese Print:
A Lecture by Ellen Johnston Laing

Wednesday, September 14, 5 pm
HELMUT STERN AUDITORIUM

ARTIST CONVERSATIONS AND DIALOGUES
UMMA Dialogues: Guest Curator Xiaobing Tang with Noted Printmakers Fang Limin and Zhang Yuanfan
Sunday, September 25, 2 pm
HELMUT STERN AUDITORIUM

In Conversation with Chen Limin
Wednesday, September 28, 5 pm
MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
This program is followed by a reception and is cosponsored by the UM Center for the Education of Women.

In Conversation with Artist and Printmaker Endi Poskovic
Sunday, October 9, 3 pm
A. ALFRED TAUBMAN GALLERIES

A Chinese Printmaker’s Cultural Identity and the Transformation in Contemporary Printmaking: A Lecture by Chen Qi
Thursday, October 13, 7 pm
HELMUT STERN AUDITORIUM
This program is preceded by a reception at 6 pm in the
Commons, and is organized and cosponsored by the UM Center for Chinese Studies.

ARTMAKING
Hands-on Workshop: Japanese and Chinese Aesthetics and Woodblock Printing
Saturday, October 15, 10 am–1 pm
MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
Instructor: Christina Burch
$28 UMMA and AAAC members and UM students
$35 non-members; lab fee $15, materials included
Advance registration required.
Register online at annarborartcenter.org by October 12.

TEACHER WORKSHOP
Teacher Workshop Featuring Guest Curator Xiaobing Tang
Wednesday, October 19, 4–8 pm
Advance registration and fee required.
Contact preister@umich.edu.

SMTD@UMMA
Wood Cuts: An Evening of Chamber Music Inspired by the Sounds of Wood
Sunday, October 23, 8 pm
APSE
The SMTD@UMMA concert series is made possible in part by the Katherine Tuck Enrichment Fund.

EXHIBITION TOURS
UMMA’s award-winning docents offer public tours of the exhibition on Sundays at 2 pm. Check umma.umich.edu for details.

Please click on flier to learn more on the Web site of the U-M Museum of Art!

Posted by zzhu at September 10, 2011 07:13 PM