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“Tokyo-Ga” art exhibition unveiled at Miami International Airport by Japanese and MIA officials

“Tokyo-Ga” at Miami International Airport (MIA) is the first exhibition devoted to Japanese culture at MIA. The “Tokyo-Ga” (images of Tokyo) project began in response to a devastating tsunami and earthquake that claimed thousands of lives in Japan in 2011. The portfolio showcases images of the multifaceted Japanese capital, which reflect the contrast between the country’s tradition and modernity....

Black and White: Japanese Modern Art

calligrapher Inoue Yūichi
SEPTEMBER 30, 2017–JUNE 3, 2018   Centered around a newly acquired, large-scale work by calligrapher Inoue Yūichi (1916–85), a new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), showcases a selection of avant-garde works in the monochrome aesthetic shared widely in Japan and beyond during the postwar period. This monochromatic sensibility is rooted in Zen Buddhism, which values simplicity and austerity,...

Millennia of Chinese Legends Come Alive Through Exquisite Dance and Music

Shen Yun
World’s Premier Classical Chinese Dance Company Returns to Dr. Phillips Center ORLANDO – A daughter disguises herself as a son and takes her father’s place at war. A magical monkey, an ogre, and a humanoid pig protect a Buddhist monk as he journeys to the western heavens on a quest for true teachings. A folk hero gets drunk, but then saves a...

“One-on-One With Don Bronto” at the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center in Tampa

One-on-One With Don Bronto
As a revival of its Pop Concert Series Program, the Philippine Cultural Foundation, Inc. proudly presents “One-on-One With Don Bronto” on Friday, November 13, 2015 at 7:30PM at the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center in Tampa, Florida. Don Bronto will be joined by Melizza Villanueva, MJ Sta. Ana, Connie Chanrasmi and Nhick Ramiro Pacis as guest artists. Tampa Bay’s very own Don...

The Mills 50 Dumpster Art Project wins Main Street Award!

Artist: Bethany Taylor Myers
The Mills 50 Dumpster Art Project, made possible through funds from the Mayor’s Matching Grant program won the City of Orlando Main Street Award for “Best Design!” Fifteen dumpsters, painted by local artists, were transformed into pieces of public art. Over 50 artists submitted drawings to be considered for this project. Two years ago, the Mills 50 “Art Box” project was named “Best Design” in the...

Taiwanese collection of priceless violins to make a homage visit to Cremona, Italy

Wen-Long Hsu presents a violin to Carlo Chiesa.
On September 18, during a ceremony at the Chi Mei Museum in Tainan City, Taiwan, a collection of violins were displayed to the media and given a suitable sendoff by their caretakers before embarking on their journey to the Cremona Violin Museum in northern Italy. The heads of the Chi Mei Museum and the Chi Mei Culture Foundation attended...


Zhang will lead the museum’s acclaimed Chinese art department SAN FRANCISCO, CA April 20, 2016 — The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco announced today the appointment of Dr. Fan Jeremy Zhang as senior associate curator of Chinese art, effective June 1, 2016. Zhang joins Associate Curator of Chinese Art Li He to oversee the organization of special exhibitions and...

Japanese Calligraphy “Shodo Performance Koshien” Competition

Elegant calligraphy performance by Japanese high school at the Japan Koshien Calligraphy Competition.
Japanese learn shodo calligraphy from childhood in order to write beautiful characters. The brush—a traditional writing instrument—is very hard to use until one gets used to it. But by training many times, anyone can learn to express characters in his or her own unique way. Calligraphy arts can be seen not only at exhibitions, but also in a variety of places,...

Central Florida Dragon Parade welcomes the year of goat

Miss Vietnam Florida Pageant
[youtube] Watch the Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival videos at On February 22, 2015, Orlando’s Fashion Square Mall hosted the 4th-Annual Central Florida Dragon Parade and Lunar New Year Festival, welcoming in the year of the goat. The festivities started off outside, with the Dragon parade followed by 5 hours of festivities and entertainment inside. The turnout was phenomenal, and a great time was had...

17-Year-Old Makes Adorable 3D Latte Art

17-year-old Singaporean student and barista Daphne Tan (a.k.a. “Periperipeng“), has spent the last year creating adorable 3D latte art that depicts cute animals and other pop culture characters. Tan shares the images and videos of her 3D artwork on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and her website.  "I started experimenting with 3D latte art in December 2016," Tan said on her blog. "What sparked my interest was a school program where...
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