Making the most of Beijing's rich cultural history and the Center's extensive network of artistic luminaries, the Beijing Center galvanizes the possibility of new perspectives and builds a platform by promoting art and culture exchanges. Supported by Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Department of Music, and CU Press, provides a fertile staging ground for programs that enhance collaborative engagement between the University and China, and deepens their understanding of the world.
In 2018, the Center hosted seminars, panel discussions, and workshops for a wide range of topics, including but not limited to children's art education, independent cinema, the art of painting, and AI-featured film.
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Slide 1: The Third No-Boundaries International Art Exhibition opens at the Beijing Center
Slide 2: Professor Lydia H. Liu and ICLS faculty lead discussions on Bandung spirit and reflections on Afro-Asian solidarity
Slide 3: Dr. Magdalena Stern-Baczewska performs a recital and hosts a public lecture on Martial Arts Trilogy
Slide 4: Associate Provost Jennifer Crewe speaks about the past, present, and future of CU Press