Courses in Chinese Art
The Department of Art's academic curriculum will offer courses in both Chinese studio and art history. New courses will demonstrate various traditional and contemporary Chinese art, including courses in Chinese Drawing, Chinese Ink Painting, Chinese Color Painting, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Woodblock Printing, and Chinese Art History and Theory.
Chinese Ink Painting
ARTS 323; ARTS 423
Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:00–4:30 p.m.
Instructor: Zhiyuan Cong
ARTS 3230; ARTS 4230; ARTS 5230
Summer Art in China Trip
ARTS 323; ARTS 423; ARTS 523
Chinese Painting and Seal Carving workshops
ARTS 399-01; ARTS 599-02
10/01/2001; 10/08/-10/10/2010; 10/15-10/17/2010 and 10/22-24/2010Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 p.m. each day
Instructors: Zhiyuan Cong, Professor of WPUNJKang Rong; Hou Dejian; Dong Chengwei; Zhu Jianzhong - Visiting Artists from Nantong Chinese Art Institute, China
Selected Topic: Silk Road Arts
Tuesdays 5:00 pm-7:30 pm
Instructor: He Zhang, Professor of WPUNJ
Chinese Ink Painting Courses
William Paterson’s courses in traditional Chinese ink painting for fine arts undergraduate and graduate students is the only one its kind in the United States. It is not a course of Chinese art history but a course of application of Chinese artistic theories in artistic practice. Emphasis is placed on painting materials, techniques, and a cultivation of specific artistic tastes in the appreciation of Chinese painting. These courses provide students the opportunity to study various characteristics of Chinese painting. It emphasizes understanding and appreciating the art through active participation in its creation.
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