Wu Wenguang Program | Center for Documentary Arts and Research, UC Santa Cruz


by Project Pengyou on November 4th, 2014   713 views

When and Where

  • 04/11/2014 - 05/11/2014
    All Day

  • Communications 150
    Communications 150, Studio C, University of California, Santa Cruz.
    Santa Cruz
    California
    United States
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Wu Wenguang Program | Center for Documentary Arts and Research, UC Santa Cruz

Event Details

***Registration Required*** You’re cordially invited to two events centered around the visit to University of California, Santa Cruz of Wu Wenguang, one of China’s leading independent documentary makers, and three artists (Zhang Mengqi, Li Xinmin, Zou Xueping) from the Caochangdi Workshop in Beijing.

 

Dear all,

You’re cordially invited to two events centered around the visit to University  of California, Santa Cruz of Wu Wenguang, one of China’s leading independent documentary makers, and three artists (Zhang Mengqi, Li Xinmin, Zou Xueping) from the Caochangdi Workshop in Beijing. The two events are:

1) Tuesday, Nov. 4, 7 pm, Public screening of Children’s Village (2012) by Zou Xueping, part of Caochangdi’s Folk Memory Project on China’s Great Famine (1959-1961), followed by discussion with Wu Wenguang and the Caochangdi artists. Location: Communications 150, Studio C, University of California, Santa Cruz.

2) Wednesday, Nov. 5, 10 am – 1pm, CDAR (Center for Documentary Arts and Research) post-realist seminar which offers a great opportunity for in-depth and close-range discussion with the Caochangdi group on issues of documentary field work, remembering, collective choreography, and anything relevant that comes to your mind. Registration required. Contact Jonathan Kahana (jkahana@ucsc.edu) or Alex Johnston (alwjohns@ucsc.edu). Location: Communications 150, Studio D, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Yiman Wang <yw3@ucsc.edu>

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