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October 03, 2011

Centennial of the Xinhai Revolution - Looking & Listening Both Ways

Saturday, October 15, 2011 @Eastern Michigan University Student Center

4pm: The Gallery at EMU Student Center (900 Oakwood St, Ypsilanti) will open its door to continue its show, "Looking Both Ways" Contemporary Art Exhibition, coinciding with the Centennial of the Xinhai Revolution, which predated the founding of the Republic of China, currently in Taiwan.

The Catalog of the Exhibition will be on sale at $10 a copy (Regular price is $15)

Come see how artists from US, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Mainland China through invitations and jurists' decision, reflect on the last 100 years through videos, installations, and multi-media artworks.

5pm: Docent guided tours in Chinese

6pm: Docent guided tours in English

7pm-9pm: EMU Student Center Auditorium: "Listening Both Ways": the 9th Taiwanese Music Festival Honors Concert, featuring 20 young musicians of diverse ethnic backgrounds playing works composed by 20th century Taiwanese composers.

9pm: EMU Student Center Ballroom: After Glow Reception.

Note: The "Looking Both Way" Art Exhibition has another location: UM NCRC (North Campus Research Complex,Building 18, 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, 48105, at the former Pfizer research facilities). It opens everyday until 6 pm, Saturday: 10 to 2 pm.

"Looking Both Ways" Art Exhibition is co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute at U-M and ends on October 21.

Posted by zzhu at October 3, 2011 10:47 PM