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Yi-Zhi Huang
Solo Exhibitions

  • Title Chinese Calligraphy, An Oriental Abstract Art

    • Place The Art Gallery, Busch Campus Center, Rutgers University

    • Dates October 26 -- November 8, 2003

    • Reception 12:30 pm on October 30, 2003.

  • Title Chinese Calligraphy

    • Place Monroe Township Library

    • Dates September 1 -- October 1, 2002

    • Lecture 3:00 pm on October 1, 2002.

  • Title Traditional and Modern (an online exhibition)

    • Place The online Chinese Magazine Civil Wind.

    • Dates December, 1997.

  • Title Professors' Oriental Abstract World (jointly with painter Zhiyuan Cong)

    • Place The Art Library, Rutgers University.

    • Dates December 10, 2010 - June 30, 2011.

    • Reception: 6:00 pm on December 10, 2010.

Selected Exhibitions Participated

  • Calligraphy Exhibition of Shanghai Elementary and Middle School Students, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, 1976.

  • Shanghai Calligraphy Exhibition, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, 1981.

  • Fudan University Calligraphy Exhibition, Fudan University, Shanghai, 1983.

  • Calligraphy Exhibition of Shanghai University Students, Shanghai Workers Cultural Palace, 1984.

  • Exhibition of Works of Members of Changlang Calligraphy Association, Mason Gross School of Arts, Rutgers University, 1990.

  • Chinese Calligraphy Exhibition, Art Gallery, Taipei, 1990.

  • China-Japan Calligraphy Exhibition, Lu Xun Memorial Museum, Shanghai, 2004.

  • Zen Pieces Calligraphy Exhibition, Amerasia Bank Gallery, New York, 2012.

  • Large Character Calligraphy Exhibition, Songjiang Guangfulin Cultural Exchange Center, Shanghai, 2013.

  • “Emotional Connection to Shanghai”---Exhibition of Calligraphy Works of Famous Calligraphers, Shanghai Library, Shanghai, 2014.

  • 2014 Large Character Calligraphy International Competition and Exhibition of Invited Well-Known Calligraphers, The Sixteenth China Shanghai International Arts Festival, Shanghai Library, Shanghai, 2014.

  • 2014 Chinese Calligraphy International Exhibition, Peony Ballroom, Queens Crossing in Flushing, New York, 2014.

Selected Published Calligraphy Works

  • Selected Works of Shanghai Elementary and Middle School Students, 1977.

  • Calligraphy Magazine, 1985.

  • Calligraphy Education, 1990.

  • Duowei Times, 2002.

  • The China Press, 2003.

  • Collected Works of Large Character Calligraphy Exhibition, 2013.

Selected Lectures and /or Demonstrations on Calligraphy

  • Mason Gross School of Arts, Rutgers University, 1990.

  • Union Chinese School, New Jersey, 1990.

  • Liberty High School, New York City, 1993.

  • Monroe Township Library, New Jersey, 2002.

  • Newark Museum, New Jersey, 2004.

  • The Art Library, Rutgers University, New Jersey, 2010.

  • Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey, 2014.

TV Program on Calligraphy

  • Blank Canvas, Ebru TV, November, 2009.

Articles on Calligraphy

  • Cixiao Cun and several authors, calligraphers and seal carvers in Shanghai (in Chinese), Issue 1, Han Mo (2012).

  • Internet and calligraphy (in Chinese), jointly with Weinian Luo and Xinde Shen, Proceedings of an international conference on Chinese calligraphy held in October, 2013 in Shanghai, to appear.

  • The charming of abstraction: calligraphy, music and mathematics (in Chinese), Issue 2, Han Mo, to appear.

Membership, Service and Honor

  • Member of Shanghai Calligrapher Association of China, 1983 to present.

  • Co-Editor-in-Chief, Han Mo (hanmo.us), an online magazine devoted to Chinese calligraphy and the related cultural aspects, 2013 to present.

  • Calligraphy student Dr. Lewei Shang received twice the Folk Art Apprenticeships from New Jersey State Council on the Arts from 2012 to 2014, with Yi-Zhi Huang as the master, 2012 to 2014.

Students of Calligraphy

  • Dr. Lewei Shang, New Jersey. Besides receiving twice the Folk Art Apprenticeships from New Jersey State Council on the Arts, he also did calligraphy demonstration at Johnson & Johnson’s Asian Heritage Month and exhibited his works on Chinese characters at East Brunswick Library.

  • Lai Ping Ng, Hong Kong. Her calligraphy works have been exhibited in the Exhibition of Youjun Calligraphy Association in Hong Kong, Hong Kong City Hall, December 6-8, 2013.

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