The University of Indianapolis and its Asian Programs initiative are proud to announce the Au Ho-nien Museum in the Schwitzer Student Center. The Center serves as the vibrant heart of campus life, and the Museum's presence in this facility will ensure maximum visibility of the works of this world-renowned artist. Students, faculty, staff, campus visitors, and community members will be able to view this collection free of charge, reinforcing the University's commitment to promoting awareness of cultural diversity. A painter, poet, calligrapher, scholar, and teacher, Master Au is committed to communicating the aesthetic values of the traditional Chinese masters, and his art is informed by that long cultural history. It is a testament to the stunning quality and execution of his work that the subject matter and themes, though often thoroughly Chinese, are instantaneously translatable to viewers world-wide, in effect bridging East and West.
Phylis Lan Lin, Editor
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