学校的美术馆有中国艺术作品展览, 欢迎同学去参观。

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  • The Carleton University Art Gallery is opening the following show on Nov.
    17th.

    Sunrise Over Tiananmen Square: Shui-Bo Wang
    (17 November 2003 - 1 February 2004)
    Curated by Marnie Fleming, Curator of Contemporary Art, Oakville Galleries.
    Organized and circulated by Oakville Galleries with the financial assistance
    of the Town of Oakville, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario
    Arts Council.
    Features Shui-Bo Wang's biographical animated film Sunrise Over Tiananmen
    Square, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1999, and 26 framed
    drawings that went into its making. Through a rich collage of original
    artwork, archival and family photographs, Wang's story of modern China
    traces his growing disenchantment with official Communist Party ideology and
    his struggle to formulate a new artistic vision.

    As this may be of interest to members of your club, I would like to send
    some invitations to you. Do you perhaps have a mailing list of your
    members, or could I send you some invitations to you to hand out? If you
    would like the invites sent to you, please provide me with your address.

    Thank you,

    Vicki Hollington
    Art Gallery
    Carleton University
    520-2600, ext. 2929
     

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    细节如下:

    大概RESIDENCE COMMON的后面, 查一下学校的地图 。

    St. Patrick's Building, Carleton University
    www.carleton.ca/gallery

    We'd like to invite you to the opening of Shui-Bo Wang: Sunrise Over
    Tiananmen Square at the Carleton University Art Gallery on Monday, 17
    November, from 5-8 pm. Everyone is welcome.

    Artist Shui-Bo Wang will give a talk on the show in the gallery on Tuesday,
    18 November at 12 noon. Everyone is welcome.


    Shui-Bo Wang: Sunrise Over Tiananmen Square
    On June 4, 1989 the world watched in horror as news footage showed Chinese
    government troops firing on demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
    Artist Shui-Bo Wang was 28 when he took part in those protests. Today he is
    a filmmaker in Montreal and his biographical animated film Sunrise Over
    Tiananmen Square was nominated for an Academy Award in 1999. This film, and
    the drawings that went into its making, are the subjects of this exhibition.

    Wang's story is the story of modern China as he chronicles his family
    history, the formation of the Chinese Communist Party, the Cultural
    Revolution, the death of Mao Tse-Tung and the events leading up to the
    pro-democracy movement. Through a rich collage of original artwork, archival
    and family photographs, Wang's compelling documentary traces his
    disenchantment with official Communist Party ideology and his struggle to
    formulate a new artistic vision.
     

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    DOES ANYONE CAN COME? NEED ANY TICKET?
     
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