UNROLLING THE SCROLLS
Join guest speaker Dr. Michael J. Hatch, Assistant Professor of East Asian Art History from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio for “Unrolling the Scrolls.” The annual Marilyn A. Papp Painting Seminar is a unique event that takes place over two days. Each session will include a one-hour presentation followed by a viewing of paintings and calligraphy related to the day’s topic.
Wednesday, January 31 from 1:30 – 4:00 pm
Topic: “The Struggle to Understand Early 19th Century Painting in China: Qian Du as a Case Study”
Thursday, February 1 from 1:30 – 4:00 pm
Topic: “Awkward Brushes and Antique Stones: Epigraphic Style in the Art of Early 19th Century China”
Location: Singer Hall, Phoenix Art Museum
Free with Museum admission
SPECIAL DINNER FOR MEMBERS OF ASIAN ARTS COUNCIL:
After Unrolling the Scrolls, dine with Asian art scholars Dr. Janet Baker, Dr. Claudia Brown, guest speaker Dr. Michael J. Hatch and other AAC members at China Chili Restaurant.
January 31 at 5 pm
$18 dollars including tax and tip
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Image: Qian Du, Longing to Roam: Boating on West Lake, Hangzhou, 1823. Ink and color on paper. Museum purchase.