Taiwan alumni Art Exhibition
On March 28, 2020, hosted by China Central Academy of Fine Arts and hosted by the Elephant Art Space Museum, China Central Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Office, and the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office.
"Compassion and Empathy-The Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts was established. "Alumni Art Joint Exhibition" was held at the Elephant Art Space Museum in Taiwan.
Director of Elephant Art Space Museum, Chairman of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Ms. Zhong Jingxin, Vice President Mr. Zhou Mingcong, Secretary-General Ms. Chen Wenrou, Supervisor Mr. Zhang Zhenglin.
And some Taiwanese alumni of our school attended the opening ceremony and contacted the exhibition. Opening ceremony. Fan Dian, the dean of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, sent a congratulatory letter for the establishment of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office, and the curator.
Associate Professor Hongmei of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, recorded a video for the opening ceremony, expressing heartfelt greetings and congratulations to all Taiwan alumni.
On this warm day, the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts was established in Taichung and held some alumni work exhibitions. I would like to express my warm congratulations on behalf of my alma mater! And extend my heartfelt greetings to all Taiwan alumni!
China Central Academy of Fine Arts has played an important role in the cultural and academic exchanges between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. The Gein College has a long history of running schools and has a profound academic heritage. In history.
Many alumni of the older generation went to Taiwan to study art and broadcast on the island. They are well-known in the Taiwanese painting circle and form a bond of cross-strait art exchanges. For many years, China Central Academy of Fine Arts has had many exchanges and cooperation with various art schools and art institutions in Taiwan.
Conducting academic seminars, exhibition exchanges, and visiting education training, building a broad platform for cross-strait art exchanges. The new generation of Taiwanese alumni of China Central Academy of Fine Arts respected their teachers during their studies at the school.
Worked hard, and achieved excellent results in different majors. After graduation, they may start their own businesses in the mainland or return to Taiwan to develop and become new messengers of cross-strait exchanges.
The Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office was established here, and some alumni work exhibitions were planned with the theme of "Compassion and Empathy". Everyone met on a date, reflecting the love of Taiwan alumni for their alma mater and the spiritual realm of helping each other with their classmates.
Here, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the alumni of Zhong Jingxin and all of you for their sincere friendship, and especially to the Elephant Art Space Museum for their support of the event!
After a century of development, China Central Academy of Fine Arts has been standing at a new starting point, focusing on changes in the times and new trends in global art education to strengthen discipline construction and deepen teaching reforms.
In terms of artistic creation and research, the entire school's teachers and students are working hard to carry forward the excellent tradition, continue to innovate and maintain academic advantages. The career development of alumni is an integral part of the cause of the alma mater.
The school is proud of its alumni, and alumni give glory to the alma mater. For this reason, we need to work together. I especially hope that the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office will become an emerging force to promote and expand cross-strait art exchanges and make new contributions to the prosperity and development of Chinese culture.
I wish all alumni a successful career and a bright future.
Fan Dian, Dean of the Central Academy of Fine Arts
March 2020 in Beijing
Since the establishment of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, China Central Academy of Fine Arts has survived many wars and turmoil in the past century and has continued to stand and promote and nurture outstanding talents at the academic and artistic levels. Because of the persistence of the predecessors, there is a gathering of alumni today.
In the face of the current epidemic, the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts upholds the same spirit. After several studies and judgments, it still decided to exhibit this exhibition and hold the opening ceremony of the Liaison Office as scheduled. It is the first alumni association with special significance.
It is hoped that this original intention can be continued and leave eternal footprints in the academic hall of art.
Curator Hongmei, Associate Professor of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, recorded the video
Associate Professor Hongmei, the curator of this exhibition, sent a video to congratulate the establishment of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office and the opening of the Alumni Art Association. She wrote in the curatorial preface: "We are so similar and so different; we are so close.
But We are still far away; we agree with this, but we are still unfamiliar; we are separated by two straits, but we are close to each other; we are all islands of each other, as long as we are willing, with the artist’s unique “empathy” and “empathy”, Build bridges between many islands.
I hope that this exhibition is the beginning, not the end of the "China Central Academy of Fine Arts Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office and Alumni Art Joint Exhibition"; it is a process, not a result; it is an attitude, not a goal; It's a bridge, not an island!"
Zhong Jingxin, the first chairman of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, chairman of the Taiwan Gallery Association, and director of the Elephant Art Space Museum
Ms. Zhong Jingxin, Chairman of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, presided over the opening ceremony. She said: “Because of the opportunity, we have started preparations for today’s event two years ago. The Alumni Liaison Office brings everyone together. A good start, and hope that the fate will continue."
Speech by Mr. Zhang Zhenglin, Distinguished Professor of China Central Academy of Fine Arts
Mr. Zhang Zhenglin, Distinguished Professor of the School of Art Management and Education of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, said: "China Central Academy of Fine Arts is a long-standing art school. It has celebrated its 100th anniversary. With this sense of historical honor, it is a great honor to participate in today's carefully prepared activities."
Speech by Mr. Wu Gangyi, the exhibition coordinator
As an active advocate and promoter of this event, Taiwanese scholar Wu Gangyi said: "There was this idea a long time ago. It just happened to meet the Centennial Anniversary of China Central Academy of Fine Arts.
Under the vigorous promotion of the alumni office of his alma mater, alumni have been established everywhere. I am very grateful to Director Zhong for being willing to take over the burden of being the first chairman of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office Council.
Because of the epidemic, after many twists and turns and hard work, it can be held today as scheduled. I would like to express my sincere thanks to everyone for their contributions!"
The participating artists in this exhibition involved almost all disciplines in their research majors during their advanced studies at China Central Academy of Fine Arts: Chinese, oil, printing, sculpture, wall, experimental art, comprehensive materials, and doctors in art history.
They also engaged in different artistic practices and creations. . This exhibition conveys that the artist, as a self-fulfiller, will focus on exhibiting through a variety of artworks, with different styles of artistic expression.
Hoping to arouse the hidden "empathy" and "empathy" in people's hearts, and to think about the depths of human nature together, And enlighten the good original intention, understand and tolerate each other's differences, learn from each other and grow together, and jointly promote the harmonious operation of society.
The two sides of the strait that are separated are so similar but also so different; so close but still far away, only empathy and empathy can unite people's hearts. Limited by the epidemic, the school was unable to send an official representative to attend the event.
Some Taiwan alumni who originally planned to participate in the event were unable to arrive on time. However, the epidemic cannot prevent the urgent desire for cultural and artistic exchanges between the two sides of the strait. As outstanding representatives of the students of China Central Academy of Fine Arts.
We gather together in this special period and hope that through the establishment of the Taiwan Alumni Liaison Office of China Central Academy of Fine Arts and the holding of alumni art joint exhibitions, we will build a bridge and link together in academic and artistic ways. The islands in the heart contribute to the cultural and artistic exchanges between the two sides of the strait.