Wednesday, June 13, 2012

FAMU Brings Chinese Art Exhibit To Tallahassee

UPDATED June 13, 2012
News One today reports on a first for arts culture in the city of Tallahassee courtesy of Florida A&M University; a full exhibit of Chinese art. The exhibit is on display in FAMU’s Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery.
“In Tallahassee, it’s hard to get this kind of art show,” said (FAMU assistant professor of art Dr. Liu) Nan. “In New York City you can see this at the Metropolitan Museum and visit Asian and Latin American cultures, but in Tallahassee I think this will be a good cultural event.”
In two weeks, Liu selected 29 pieces —including paintings from his students and his own son, Ethan.

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