The process of conveying and sharing ideas among various cultures and peoples is one of atrist Li Huai’s key artistic research interests. Please join us on October 4, 2014 for the opening of Li Huai’s exhibit Perpetually Dazzled at the Chuang Archive and Learning Center from 2:oo – 4:00pm.
Perpetually Dazzled, inspired by a recent visit to China, engages with the problems of information and interpretation while using the Chuang Archive and Learning Center as a supporting structure. This exhibit will run from October 4 – December 6, 2014.
Li Huai received her MFA in art at the California Institute of the Arts before joining the faculty of the Visual Arts Department at UCSD. Her work ranges from installation to Chinese calligraphy and has been featured in prestigious venues in San Diego, Asia, and Europe.
Admission for the opening is $4, free for members and children under 12 years old. Walk-ins welcome but reservations are highly recommended. For more information or to RSVP, please call 619-338-9888 or email email@example.com.
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For a limited time, the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum will exhibit original photographs by Chen Changfen at the Chuang Archive and Learning Center.
Please note the Chuang Archive and Learning Center’s special hours of operation. Check back regularly for the most current open hours. Visits to the Chuang Archive and Learning Center should begin at the Museum located at 404 Third Ave, San Diego, CA 92101.
Sunday : Closed
Monday : Closed
Tuesday – Saturday : 10:30 – 12:30pm open,
12:30 – 4:00pm by appointment
Chuang Archive and Learning Center is the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum’s newest facility and is located at 541 B, Second Ave, San Diego, CA 92101.
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