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UBC CASS: Push & Pull (Chinese Canadian art exhibition)

UBC Chinese Art Student Society presents: “PUSH & PULL”

An exhibition about the exploration and evolution of Chinese Culture in Canadian Society presented by the Chinese Art Student Society, “Push and Pull” showcases works of art dealing with issues concerning Chinese Canadian identity, cohabitation, loss, migration, and adaptation ranging since the construction of the Pacific Canadian Railway to the modern age. Each contemporary piece of work constitutes its own reflections to these issues and their history in an attempt to define self identity and evolution of time, space, and culture.

Gallery @ the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC)
University of British Columbia

Duration: October – November 2010
Opening Reception: October 4, 2010, 6:00pm
Refreshments and snacks provided!

Please support CASS by donating $5 dollars at the door
As a thank you, you will receive one of the following 4×6 prints.
All prints are signed as curtsy by our featured artists.


Title: Untitled
Medium: Digital Print
Artist: Carolina Law

This is for preview purposes only. This is not to copied, sold, or reproduced.


Title: Untitled
Medium: Monochrome, Digital Print
Artist: Stephanie Chang, Angela Wu,Yihan Ma, & Samson Tam

This is for preview purposes only. This is not to be copied, sold, or reproduced.


Title: Evolution & Inspiration; Invitation Edition
Medium: Signiture Red and Black Digital Print
Artist: Stepahnie Chang, Featuring all Artists from the Chinese Art Student Society

This is for preview purposes only. This is not to be copied, sold, or reproduced.

Miniature from “Married to the Land” piece-Tea & DryCleaning series (limited supply)


For more information:
Email: cassexec@yahoo.ca
Website: http://cassubc.weebly.com/cass-art-push–pull.html

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