Artists in Conversation: Hung Liu

Enjoy a night of food, drink, and conversation with artist Hung Liu!

California-based artist Hung Liu (b. 1948) shares her story and discusses artwork featured in Hung Liu In Print during this in-gallery program.

Trained as a social realist and muralist in her native China before continuing her artistic education in the U.S., Liu blends Chinese and Western artistic influences to give voices to those oppressed, downtrodden, and lost to obscurity.

Following an in-gallery artist talk, guests will have time to explore the galleries, speak with the artist, and enjoy food and beverages. 

RESERVATIONS:

SOLD OUT. Email education@nmwa.org to be added to the waitlist. 


ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:

Adapting figures from historical photographs, and using an array of printing and collage techniques, Hung Liu’s highly textured and richly colored works transform their subjects and explore narratives of stuggle and migration in China and the United States.

National Museum of Women in the Arts