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Riddle·Love - Paintings by Chen Jian and Tian Li 

In contemporary age, the ultimate inquiry about art, like a riddle, encourages artists to decode and demonstrate with their intelligence and potential. 

As representative and esteemed contemporary artists, Chen Jian and Tian Li firmly believe that the preliminary motivation of art creation should never be apart from the desire for emotional expression, from the projection of human nature into the unsatisfying reality, and from the energy release of culture in art history accumulated by the masters generation by generation.

Comprising a thematic series of emotive, atmospheric landscape paintings executed during the artists’ visit to the East Coast of Australia last year, this Chinese watercolour painting exhibition brings a contemporary technique and poetic vision to the artists' practice using traditional materials, namely, the ancient Chinese ink colours and Medieval tempera, and shows Chen and Tian's passion in the exploration of the ultimate thinking of the art proposition.


Image credit: 
Chen Jian, Great Ocean Road, 51x36cm, work on paper, 2016 


Time & Date:
10am - 1pm, 2 - 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday, 18 February - 23 March 2017
Venue:
Level 1,151 Castlereagh St., Sydney, China Cultural Centre (Sydney)
Entry:
Free 
  Exhibition  

The World Is Not Flat - Chinese Contemporary Video Art

Curated by renowned Chen Lin and Liu Yiping, and inspired by themes explored in the Thomas L. Friedman bestseller The World is Flat (2005), this unique exhibition covers a wide variety of concepts including poetry expression, virtual creativity, idealism and speculative realism, and aims to break prejudiced ideas of the world through visually reconstructing the space and environment we live in.

Featured artists include Bai Lei, Bai Qingwen, Cai Yuanhe, Cui Yanbin, Feng Wei, Geng Xue, Li Tintin, Liang Hao, Liu Qianyi, Peng Yun, Ren Lun, Song Xi, Tian Xiaolei, Wang Ruihan and Yan Junjie.

Image credit:
Cai Yuanhe, The art becomes more poetic while the world becomes fiercer, 2015


Hosted by China Cultural Centre (Sydney), Adelaide Festival Centre
Supported by Z Art, Art Nova 100


Time & Date:
11am - 4pm, Wednesday to Saturday, 15 February – 19 March 2017
Venue: 
Artspace Gallery, Adelaide Festival Centre, Festival Dr, Adelaide
Entry: 
Free
  Film  
Finding Mr. Right

A woman from Beijing, pregnant with the child of her rich married boyfriend flies to Seattle in order to deliver the baby. There she meets another Chinese immigrant man working as a driver, even as she finds her life beginning to change.

Time & Date:
6pm, Friday, 24 March 2017 
Venue: 
China Cultural Centre (Sydney) 
Entry: 
Free  register  
  Classes (at the Centre)  
Traditional Chinese
Ink Painting Class 


This course is for students with minimum 
experience, allowing them to learn how to 
use the painting brush with ink and colour to draw different subjects.


Time & Date:
2:30 - 4:30pm, Saturdays,
18 March - 13 May 2017 (except 15 April)  

Venue:
China Cultural Centre (Sydney) 

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong Practice Course

These Tai Chi and Qi Gong sessions are designed for people with no prior experience and looking for low intensity training to keep fit and improve their health.

Time & Date:
2:30 - 4:30pm, Saturdays,

18 March - 13 May 2017 (except 15 April) 
Venue:
China Cultural Centre (Sydney)
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