Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014
Professor Guan Jiaqing of the Department of Design at Wuhan University School of Urban Design in Wuhan, China, will present this ceramic-based glaze-painting demonstration and workshop to accompany "The Highest Good is Like Water" exhibition, Feb. 12-21 in the ISU College of Designs Gallery 181. The exhibition and demo are free and open to the public.
Greg Churchill is serving as Executive in Residence for the College of Business Feb. 17-19. He recently retired from Rockwell Collins as executive vice president for international business.
Five distinguished artists and visiting scholars from Wuhan University in China's western Hubei Province will speak about their work and traditional Chinese painting techniques. They will discuss unique methods and styles of Chinese water color painting, sketch drawing, engraving, photography, ceramic tile painting, and how traditional cultural elements are incorporated into contemporary work.
Neil Nakadate will read from and discuss his new book, an account of the discrimination faced by his Japanese American family during World War II.