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Jing Jing Luo Exhibit & Concert
Jing Jing Luo is a self taught calligrapher and artist from Beijing who integrates visual and audio art through painting and music. Her unique Ink Brush Calligraphy Art Work uses mostly one stroke of ink or paint on her handcrafted parchment or Japanese Rice Paper. This use of one stroke, or “Zen” stroke, is a centuries old technique in the Asian countries of Japan and China. Jing Jing brings a special Eastern Art tradition to Beck Center for the Arts.
You will also enjoy one of Jing Jing’s music compositions, “Cercle de la lune”, relating to her art pieces. The concert will be performed by esteemed Oberlin faculty member and pianist Haewon Song and violinist Clara Shannon along with the Oberlin String Quartet.
Jing Jing served on the faculty of Oberlin’s Conservatory of Music as a composer, as well as teaching art at a number of institutions. Paul Sykes, International Art Curator for Beck Center, is returning with this second in a series of Asian art exhibits featuring Jing Jing.
More About Beck Center for the Arts
Beck Center for the Arts is a non-profit performing arts and arts education organization which offers the community professional theatrical productions, creative arts therapies, curriculum-based arts education in dance, music, theater and visual arts and more. The Beck Center for the Arts also hosts year-round art exhibits which feature local, regional and international artists. The high-end coffee shop Beck Café is also a staple of The Beck Center for the Arts, and is considered a favorable spot to gather before and after performances.
Other events here
- Summer Camps & Classes at Beck Center Daily, 8:00 am