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Presented By: Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies

Exhibition | Chinese Dance: National Movements in a Revolutionary Age, 1945-1965

In association with the Dancing East Asia conference

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March 1-May 15 | Hatcher Library Gallery & the Asia Library

The exhibit will be open whenever the Hatcher Graduate Library is open. Please check the library website for the precise opening and closing hours each day: https://www.lib.umich.edu/unit-hours/25/hatcher-graduate-library/

Opening Reception | Monday, March 6th 4:00-5:30

This original, curated exhibit introduces modern Chinese dance history through issues of ethnicity, nation, gender, and class. Learn the stories of individual dancers and choreographers, and explore relationships among dance, popular media, and global exchange during a time when China and the United States had little direct cultural contact.

The exhibit features materials from the University of Michigan Library’s Asia Library, the largest resource of materials for Chinese dance research in North America. Materials on display include digitized photographs, performance programs, archival materials, books, and videos.

Join us for an opening reception in the Hatcher Gallery on March 6 at 4pm.

For complete exhibition details please visit: http://ii.umich.edu/lrccs/news-events/events/conferences/dancing-east-asia--conference-and-exhibition.html

Organizers | Emily Wilcox and Liangyu Fu

Sponsored by the U-M Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies and the University of Michigan Library, the exhibit is curated by U-M faculty Emily Wilcox and U-M librarian Liangyu Fu.
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