Immigration Status: Naturalized U. S. Citizen Current Position



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Yuli Wang
Address:
4-E Southway Road

Greenbelt, MD 20770


Tel.: 301-474-2908

E-mail: wangyuli66@gmail.com



Immigration Status:

Naturalized U.S. Citizen



Current Position:
January 2005-Present

Lecturer, Department of Asian and East European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, in the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Maryland. College Park, MD


Courses taught:

  1. CHIN 204: Intermediate Written Chinese (Second Year Chinese)

  2. CHIN 220: Beginning Chinese Calligraphy

  3. CHIN 331: Chinese Calligraphy: Theory and Practice



Education:
BA (1992), Department of Design, Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, Tianjin, China
MA (1997), Department of History of Fine Arts, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
Intensive English Program, Maryland English Institute, University of Maryland, Summer 2000
Overseas Chinese Language Teachers’ Seminar, The Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission, Washington, DC, Summer 2000

Professional Experience:
1992-94

Graphic Designer, Capital Steel Company, Beijing


October 1997-June 1999

Visiting Scholar, Art History and Archaeology, University of Maryland


1999-2000

Chinese Teacher, Mei-Hwa Chinese School, Silver Spring


Spring 2000

Teaching Assistant for Dr. Tsung Chin’s course on “Chinese Calligraphy” at University of Maryland


Fall 2000

Tutor in Chinese to the High Commissioner, Hong Kong Economic Trade Office, Washington, DC


Spring 2001

Teaching Assistant for Dr. Tsung Chin’s course on “Chinese Calligraphy” at University of Maryland


Spring 2004

Art Instructor (Chinese Calligraphy and Painting), Arts Program, City of Greenbelt


Summer 2004

Instructor (Chinese Calligraphy and Painting), Urban Artists Coalition, Washington, DC


Summer 2003

Chinese Art Workshop Instructor in Greenbelt Community Center, Greenbelt, MD

Spring 2004
Art Instructor (Chinese Calligraphy and Painting), Arts Program, City of Greenbelt
Summer 2004

Instructor (Chinese Calligraphy and Painting), Urban Artists Coalition, Washington, DC


Summer 2004-Present

Tutor in Chinese, Greenbelt, MD.


September 2007

Chinese Immersion Program Instructor in MultiLingual Solution. Inc.


Experience in Music
Summer 2007

Music Performance in New Deal Café, Greenbelt, MD.


Summer 2007

Traditional Chinese Music Workshop in Confucius Institute of University of Maryland.


Fall 2007

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Music Performance, Greenbelt, MD.


March 22-23, 2008

Music Performance in Round Theater, Silver Spring, MD.


January 9, 2009

Classical Chinese Music Performance with Chinese Zheng (21-string Zither),

College Park arts Exchange, Old Parish House

Experience in Studio Art:
Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese Ink Painting

Drawing

Watercolors

Oils

Publications (in Chinese):
Secai jingwu (Colors and Still-Life) (Shijiazhuang: Hebei Fine Arts Publishing House, 1995), p. 41.
Touxiang Sumiao (Drawings of Human Heads) (Shijiazhuang: Hebei Fine Arts Publishing House, 1995), p. 17.
“Pan Yuliang,” Yishujia (Artists), no. 245 (October 1995), pp. 108-229.
“On the Image of Women in Poster-Calendars,” Freedom Times, September 14, 1996, p. 28.

“Li Shutong,” in Zhu Boxiong and Cao Chengzhang eds., Zhongguo shuhua mingjia jingpin dadian (Masterpieces of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting) (Hangzhou: Zhejiang Education Publishing House 1998), pp. 1223-1236.


“Pan Yuliang,” Zhu Boxiong and Cao Chengzhang eds., Zhongguo shuhua mingjia jingpin dadian (Masterpieces of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting) (Hangzhou: Zhejiang Education Publishing House 1998), pp. 1481-1496.
“A Study of the Society for Painting Methods of Beijing [Peking] University,” Xiandai meishu (Modern Art), no. 79 (August 1998), pp. 58-69.
“A Study of the Huixue zazhi [Journal of the Study on Painting],” Xiandai meishu (Modern Art), no. 80 (February 1999), pp. 48-61.
“The Drawings of Zhang Ailing,” Yishujia (Artists), no. 321 (February 2002), pp. 400-403.





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