Hong Kong Artists @ Arts and Ideas

Parry Ling works with a visual arts student at ACES Educational Center for the Arts.

Thu, June 18, 2015 | 5:30pm
Hong Kong Artists @ Arts and Ideas
HKETO-NY Arts Fellows
Iseman Theater
1156 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511

Hong Kong Artists in New Haven
Food culture, sustainable art, and contemporary dance


Join Hong Kong artists Parry LING and YANG Hao as they share perspectives about creating art in the New Haven community. Parry and Hao are Yale-China Association's inaugural HKETO-NY Arts Fellows, who have spent the last five months living in New Haven, taking courses at Yale University, creating new work, and learning with and from other artists and professionals in the area.

This event will include the viewing of sculpture by Parry LING, and short dance performance by YANG Hao that will highlight his collaboration with the Yale Drama School students Jessica Rizzo (playwright and dramaturg), Christopher Ross-Ewart (composer and sound designer), and Elizabeth Stahlmann (voice).

As they develop their next major work to be premiered at the 2016 International Festival of Arts and Ideas, get a sneak peek of their research, groundwork, and cultural experiences as international artists living in New Haven.

Learn more by visiting artidea.org.

Arts and Ideas: June 12-27, 2015

The International Festival of Arts & Ideas is a 15-day extravaganza of performing arts, lectures, and conversations that takes over theaters and open spaces in New Haven, Connecticut each June. More than 80% of Festival events are completely free!

Fellows at the Festival

Yale-China's HKETO-NY Arts Fellows will be sharing their art through a number of events during the 2015 International Festival of Arts and Ideas.

June 18: Hong Kong Artists in New Haven
June 19: Yang Hao Dance Performances
Through June 27: Parry Ling Open Studio

About the Fellowship

The Yale-China Arts Fellowship is a specially crafted 18-month experience for emerging professional Chinese artists. Fellows spend six months in residence in New Haven learning from practicing artists and professors at Yale and in the greater New Haven area, while developing a project of their own to be showcased a year after their residency.

Through this Arts Fellowship, Yale-China aims to strengthen the creative voice in the U.S.-China relationship through the collaboration and dialogue of leaders in the arts. Yale-China is pleased to partner with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETO-NY), International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and Yale University to bring this program to life in New Haven and beyond.


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