Waiting for the Wind in Silence

静观风来:黄惇书法篆刻作品展
Prof. Huang Dun, one of the key contributors of the international exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Art at Dartmouth College (http://sites.dartmouth.edu/calligraphy/2013/04/30/welcome-to-chinese-calligraphy-at-dartmouth/) will present his individual exhibition during September 10-17 at Jiangsu Art Museum in Nanjing, China (http://www.jsmsg.com/news/zlyg/2014-9-1/1409533449161.shtml). Awarded numerous top national and international prizes, Prof. Huang is one of the most achieved and distinguished artists and scholars in Chinese calligraphy and seal-cutting.
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黄惇,号风斋,1947年3月生于江苏太仓。现为南京艺术学院教授,艺术学、美术学博士生导师,南京艺术学院研究院副院长、艺术学研究所所长,《艺术学研究》学刊主编。校外兼任国务院学位委员会学科(艺术学)评议组成员、西泠印社理事、中国书法家协会理事、中国书协学术委员会副主任、江苏省美术馆艺术鉴定顾问、沧浪书社社员、中国美术家协会会员。多年来出版或发表学术专著、论文400余万字,主要研究领域为中国传统艺术史、中国书法史论、中国篆刻艺术史论,并擅长书法篆刻艺术。曾担任全国书法篆刻展、全国书学讨论会、全国百篇优秀博士论文等评委。1983年获“全国篆刻征稿评比”一等奖,1993年获“第五届全国书法篆刻展”全国奖等。

Krause to Talk at Dartmouth

Journey to the East
Enlightening Your Worldview via Chinese Culture

by Jonathan Krause

A Chinese and business double major during undergraduate training, recipient of the Joseph Fletcher Memorial Award for Excellence in an A.M. Thesis at Harvard, who trained in Asia for five years in Kagyu and Nyingma Buddhist traditions related to mantra, meditation and mindfulness, currently Class of 2017 at Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in Texas, and the calligrapher of the following work:

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4:00 – 6:00 PM, Thursday, 15 May 2014
104 Wilder Hall, Dartmouth College
Sponsored by DAMELL

Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture Workshop 2

Project for Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture

Presents CCMC Workshop 2

The Hengxian 恒先 Manuscript:
“Ante-Eternity” in the Warring States China

Led by Profs. Chen Jing and Xing Wen

8:00 PM – 9:00 PM, 14 May 2014
105A Bartlett Hall, Dartmouth College

Free Registration:
Wen.Xing@Dartmouth.EDU (by midnight 13 May 2014)

Image of the 4th century BCE bamboo-slip manuscript Hengxian
(Ma Chengyuan, ed., Shanghai bowuguan cang Zhanguo Chu zhushu [san]. Shanghai: Shanghai guji, 2003, p. 9):

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The first English article and translation of the Hengxian by Chen Jing, “Interpretation of Hengxian: An Explanation from a Point of View of Intellectual History.” Frontiers of Philosophy in China Vol. 3, No. 3 (2008), 366-388:

Part 1  Part 2  Part 3

Xing Wen’s transcription and reconstruction (in Chinese): “The Chu Bamboo-slip Hengxian: A Reconstructed Transcription with Section Division.” History of Chinese Philosophy 2010.2 (May 2010), 51-56.

Selected further reading (in Chinese): Xing Wen, “The Chu Bamboo-slip Hengxian and the ‘Eight-Couplet Essay.’” Guangming Daily 1 March 2010, page 12.

Chinese Calligraphy in May

Dartmouth Chinese Culture Society &
Project for Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture present

Spring 2014 Workshop on Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture

Calligraphy as a Culture

Talk and Demonstration by Prof. Wen Xing

4:00-5:00 PM, 2 May 2014 (Friday)
007 Kemeny

Supplies will be provided

达慕思中国文化学会暨书法与手稿文化项目主办
中国书法与手稿文化研讨班

作为文化的书法

邢文教授主讲、示范
时间:2014年5月2日(星期五)下午4:00 – 5:00
地点:Kemeny 007

公开讲座 欢迎光临

Chinese Calligraphy in February

Dartmouth Chinese Culture Society & 
Project for Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture
present

Winter 2014 Workshop on Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture:

The Culture That Is Written

Talk and Demonstration by Prof. Wen Xing
3:00-5:00 PM, 21 February 2014 (Friday)
101 Collis

达慕思中国文化学会暨书法与手稿文化项目主办
中国书法与手稿文化研讨班:

中国书写文化

邢文教授主讲、示范
时间:2014年2月21日(星期五)下午3:00 – 5:00
地点:Collis 101

公开讲座 欢迎光临

Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Art Exhibition Concluded Today

After an extension of three weeks, the exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Art concluded today. It has been a very exciting and rewarding experience, and we have received much positive feedback. At this moment, we would like to thank our Dartmouth students–your enthusiasm and participation made the success of this exhibit possible.

Below are selected students’ works from the exhibition:
(Left) “The Heaven and Earth are black and yellow” (oracle bone, small seal and standard scripts), by Roanna Y. Wang ’13
(Right) “Take things as they come” (standard script), by Kameko R. Winborn ’14

延期三周之后,历时四个半月的 “中国书法与手稿艺术”书法展览于今天结束。在此,特别感谢达大学生的热情支持与参与。现选刊学生书作两件:左为2013届王以玫、右为2014届文西悦的作品。

Calligraphy and Manuscripts

Dartmouth Chinese Cultural Society and the Project for Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture at Dartmouth present

Calligraphy and Manuscripts 书法与手稿
by Prof. Huang Dun 黄

Translated by Rachael E. Siegel ’14 谢瑞秋 and Gavin Huang ’14 黄蔼禧
Presented and demonstrated by Prof. Xing Wen 邢文

Time: 8 PM, Monday, November 4, 2013
Place: Kemeny 006

Open to the public

书法与手稿

达慕思大学中国文化学会暨书法与手稿文化项目联合推出
南京艺术学院黄惇教授:《书法与手稿》
英译:谢瑞秋、黄蔼禧
主讲、示范:邢文
时间:2013年11月4日(星期一)晚八时
地点: Kemeny 006
公开讲座 欢迎光临

Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Share the Same “Principle”

Lecture on Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture
中国书法与手稿文化系列讲座

Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Share the Same “Principle”:
A Perspective of Zhuang’s Poems, Paintings and Calligraphy
书画同“理”:庄氏诗、画与书法的视角

by Prof. Xing Wen
邢文教授主讲

2:00 PM, Tuesday, October 22, 2013
101 Thornton Hall, Dartmouth College

Open to the public
公开讲座 欢迎光临

Orchid Pavilion and Flowing Goblets

Lecture on Chinese Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture
中国书法与手稿文化系列讲座

The Preface to the Orchid Pavilion and the Scroll of Flowing Goblets
《兰亭序》与《流觞图》

by Prof. Xing Wen
邢文教授主讲

2:00 PM, Tuesday, October 15, 2013
101 Thornton Hall, Dartmouth College

Open to the public
公开讲座 欢迎光临