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Hwa Kang Lectures on Art - Fall 2015

Time: Wednesdays, 3:00pm - 4:00pm Admission: Free!

Location: Hwa Kang Museum, 4th Fl.

The Hwa Kang Museum offers a series of lectures and discussions on cultural characteristics of classic and modern Chinese and Western arts: Everybody with an interest in the Fine Arts is warmly invited to join (language: Chinese).

Topics in Fall 2015:

  1. "The exemplary scholar: Chinese Culture University Founder Prof. Chang Chi-Yun and contemporary art of the 20th century."
    Date: 2015/9/30
  2. "Cultural characteristics in the arts of Western realism".
    Date: 2015/10/14
  3. "The humanistic spirit and spontaneity of expression in Chinese paintings."
    Date: 2015/10/28
  4. "The exemplary scholar: Chinese Culture University Founder Prof. Chang Chi-Yun and contemporary art of the 20th century."
    Date: 2015/11/11
  5. "Why is Western art not oriented towards nature, but towards religion?"
    Date: 2015/11/25
  6. "Why have the Japanese "Pictures of the floating world" become the new enlightenment of Western art?"
    Date: 2015/12/09
  7. "Why modern Western abstract art originates from realism."
    Date: 2015/12/23