11/4 (Sun) 1PM Calligraphy workshop 《書法》研討班

LaqmpoleongWell-known internationally for his abstract painting and calligraphy, Professor Lampo Leong, Chair of the Department of Art at the University of Missouri-Columbia, will hold up a calligraphy workshop at Chinese Culture Center on November 4 (Sunday), from 1 PM to 3PM.

哥倫比亞密蘇里大學美術系系主任梁藍波教授將蒞臨本中心舉行一日書法研討班.
時間:11月4日星期日下午1點至3點

Cost: $ 40 CCF members/$ 50 Non-members

This workshop is only open for someone who has some calligraphy experiences. Bring your own brush and ink.
Class size is limited.


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此活動只限有書法學習背景的民眾參加,報名者當日須自備相關用具.

名額有限,報名從速.有興趣者請於11月3日前通過網絡或直接到中華文化中心報名

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$40 CCF會員
$50 非會員

梁藍波教授《狂草書法》研討班

Dating back more than 5000 years, Chinese calligraphy involves the use of bold, expressive brushstrokes to portray the essence of a given word while simultaneously revealing the spirit and expression of the artist. This workshop combines lecture and practice; it serves as an introduction to Chinese calligraphy, including its techniques, concepts, aesthetic, philosophy and history, as well as its relationship to Chinese brush painting. In the first part, participants will concentrate on the appreciation of Chinese calligraphy through examination of some best examples in Chinese art history. In the second part, Professor Leong will lead the workshop participants through exercises to experience the creation of various scripts of Chinese Calligraphy. This workshop is open to participants of all levels; no Chinese language background nor prior experience in calligraphy is necessary. Materials will be provided.

Professor Lampo Leong, Ph.D.-ABD in comparative study of calligraphy and painting from the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, is an internationally renowned painter and calligrapher, who is currently Art Department Chair at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has been invited for more than 100 lectures at universities and museums across the United States and Asia and served as judge for many art competitions nationwide. His work has been shown in more then 300 exhibitions and featured in hundreds museum and corporate collections internationally. Leong’s artistic contributions have earned him more than 35 awards, and over 800 feature stories in newspapers, magazines, web, and television. His ø26’ calligraphy in granite is permanently installed in a city park (few blocks from the CCC on Powell at Jackson) by the San Francisco Art Commission. With his distinctive knowledge, Leong’s teaching is informative, inspiring and enlightening. To see samples of Leong’s painting and calligraphy, please visit www.LampoLeong.com. Currently, Professor Leong’s paintings and calligraphy are featured in a solo exhibition by the University of California at Berkeley until December 14, 2007, for further information, please visit http://ieas.berkeley.edu/events/2007.09.17.html and

http://www.scanews.com/2007/10/s893/89309/

國際著名畫家、書法家、哥倫比亞密蘇里大學美術系系主任梁藍波教授將蒞臨本中心舉辦一場《狂草書法》講座及研討班。
時間:11月4日星期日下午1時至3時

梁藍波教授是舊金山灣區觀眾十分屬悉的畫家和書法家。他曾在灣區多所大學任教多年。六年前被美國著名研究性大學——哥侖比亞密蘇里大學聘任為終身教授,研究生導師,今年獲該校「優秀教授獎」並出任美術系系主任。梁教授早年畢業於廣州美術學院中國畫系,八八年在奧克崙加州美術學院獲油畫系碩士學位,後考入北京中央美術學院博士班,師從中國著名書法家、書法理論家邱振中教授,專攻書法與繪畫比較研究。梁教授的作品非常獨特,充分利用了他在狂草書法和國畫、西洋畫等多方面的造詣,把東方的國畫、書法通過最新的數碼技術與西方的油畫有機結合,既有中國書法的氣勢、韻律,又有西方油畫的濃烈色彩和豐厚肌理,創建出一種融鑄中西的全新風格。梁教授的作品曾三十五次獲獎,被世界各地的報章、雜誌、電視和網站介紹過八百次以上。其一百四十平方米的狂草書法「物華天寶、人傑地靈」被舊金山政府以花崗岩永久鑲嵌於《和喜園》公園,他的作品被舊金山亞州藝術博物館、史丹福大學藝術博物館、明尼阿普拉斯藝術博物館、聖路易斯大學藝術博物館、廣東美術館、澳門藝術博物館等世界十多個博物館和上百個公共機構所珍藏。他曾在柏克萊加州大學、史旦福大學、明尼蘇達大學、舊金山亞洲藝術博物館、全美藝術院校協會年會及中國、臺灣等地的大學、博物館作過上百次講演。歷任舊金山市政府藝術委員會、密蘇里州藝術委員會、全美油畫家協會「美國傑出作品•全國美展」、密蘇里州博覽會及聖露易斯藝術「大自然的能量」等眾多展覽的評委。梁教授的《狂草書法》講座及研討班將帶給你對中國書法的全新認識和獨特體驗。

About the instructor

Professor Lampo Leong, Ph.D.-ABD in Art Theory and Practice from the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, is currently Chair of the Department of Art at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Leong’s work has been exhibited worldwide in more than 55 solo and 250 group exhibitions, featured in hundreds museum, corporate and private collections, and earned him more than 35 awards. His Ø26’ calligraphic granite medallion is permanently installed in a city park by the San Francisco Arts Commission. Besides teaching at UMC, Leong had been invited for more than 100 lectures in universities and museums across the United States and Asia and served as judge for many art competitions. His achievements have been featured in more than 800 reviews and publications in newspapers, magazines books and websites. In 1999, the Mayor of San Francisco proclaimed November 19 to be Lampo Leong Day.

To see more his art work samples, please visit www.LampoLeong.com.