— China’s Cultural Landscape by Mid-century
In recent years, concurrent with China’s wide-ranging developments and alongside its rapid urbanization, the growth of Chinese Arts and Culture has been brought to public attention — the Chinese Art industry is entering into a new era of prosperity. What new forms of art are sprouting up from the vast and unique soil of China? How are they going to be both fostered and challenged by this new era?
The “China Art International Development Forum”, presented by Columbia Art Business Association, aims to initiate an academic conversation addressing the “New Modes”, “New Territories” and “New Context” of Chinese contemporary art. By bringing together leading figures from China’s art industry, including scholars, curators, collectors, and artists both from within and outside of China, the forum presents their insights on future cultural landscapes and the expanding definition of Chinese Art. …
2018.2.22 Columbia Art Business Association invites you to a presentation and Q&A with Tanner and Max, the creators of the multi modal creative platform that is The Tax Collection.
2017.11.28 We are proud to present our first ever online student auction! Bid by 11/28 on https://artstart.auction/
Led by Alex Bass, this auction fundraises for the nonprofit Art Start, which aims to nurture the voices, hearts, and minds of New York City’s underserved youth through consistent creative workshops inside homeless shelters, alternative to incarceration programs, and partnering youth agencies (read more at www.art-start.org). Here is a video discussing the work Art Start does in our community: https://vimeo.com/62202409
To support Art Start, we have created an online student art auction featuring painting, drawing, photography, and pottery made by friends of mine at Columbia, Barnard, Parsons, and FIT. You can bid on these pieces by going to https://artstart.auction/ and clicking on the “auctions” tab. …