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INK REMIX: Contemporary
art from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong


INK REMIX presents work by 14 contemporary artists, emphasising the new and innovative aspects of contemporary ink art in the region.

Charwei Tsai, Bonsai series, 2015 image of Bonsai tree

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LECTURE: Chinese classical (Xie Yi) painting - a creative healing tradition

Sat 1 August: 2-4pm

As a psychiatrist and son of a former Australian National University Sinologist, Dr Richard Wu is carrying on a family passion for Chinese history, painting and exploring a common model bridging Chinese classical Xie Yi ( Writing Mind) painting, Daoism, Western Psychotherapy and the neuroscience of creativity. This talk is richly illustrated with paintings and tales of struggle and transformation from the most revered Chinese artists of the last 900 years.

Free, RSVP by Fri 31 July, limited seating.





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