Date(s) - 02/26/2020 - 04/05/2020
School Of Human Ecology
“Harmony and Evolution: An Exhibition of the Chinese-American Art Faculty Association” showcases the work of art and design faculty from across the country to address the issue of how art and design express cultural integration and creativity. The Chinese-American Art Faculty Association (CAAFA) is a national organization with over 130 members representing art and design in the U.S. and China. This iteration of the CAAFA’s biennial exhibition represents the first time the association has exhibited in the Midwest and draws from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s focus on diversity, inclusion, and creativity.
Due to COVID-19-related gallery closures, we are providing here a list of several of the artists featured in the exhibition, so that you might still explore and enjoy their work:
Location: Ruth Davis Design Gallery, 1st Floor, Nancy Nicholas Hall
Find the press release and high-res images for this show online here (public Box folder).
Inaugural tour with Professor and Curator Wei Dong | Thursday, February 27, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Join us for an inaugural tour with Design Studies faculty member and Chinese-American Art Faculty Association Vice Chair Wei Dong in celebrating the opening of Harmony and Evolution: An Exhibition of the Chinese-American Art Faculty Association. More info.
CANCELED: Exhibition Celebration | Thursday, March 26, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
CANCELED: Due to travel recommendations within the U.S., several featured attendees were forced to cancel their plans. Please check back for alternative opportunities to engage with the artists. Join the community to celebrate Harmony and Evolution, including guest speakers, live music, refreshments, and an opportunity to meet some of the participating artists while the gallery is open late for viewing. More info.
CANCELED: Traditional Chinese Brush Painting Workshop | Friday, March 27, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
CANCELED: Due to travel recommendations within the U.S., this workshop is canceled. Design Studies faculty member and Chinese-American Art Faculty Association Vice Chair Wei Dong will offer a workshop on traditional Chinese brush painting.