Brush Calligraphy: A transcultural art in East Asia

Name of Organization

University of Illinois at Chicago

Type of Organization

Higher Education (university, college, community college, etc.)

Date(s)

Monday, November 18, 2019

City

Chicago

Location (i.e. library or community center)

Grant Hall 308

Description (no more than 300 words)

A presentation by Chinese, Japanese, and Korean UIC faculty on the histories and forms of brush calligraphy in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cultures, followed by hands-on practice in brush work; participants will make bookmarks using their own brush work on Xuan paper. No knowledge of Chinese, Japanese, or Korean needed.

Contact Name

Xuehua Xiang

Title

Associate Professor, Head, Director of Undergraduate Studies (Linguistics), and Chinese Language Program Coordinator

E-Mail Address

xxiang@uic.edu

Website

https://lclc.uic.edu/events/brush-calligraphy/

Country/State

Illinois

Event Access

Free and Open to the Public.