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Shanghai Deco – Documentary Screening with Q&A

On 19, Oct 2017 | No Comments | In About Liu, Architecture, China, Paris | By Jenn

So this is a follow up to the lecture I gave last year at the China Society of SoCal. They are showing the documentary film that has footage from  the World Congress of Art Deco in Shanghai and some interview footage of my family. (We have not seen it yet) BUT we will be on hand for Q&A after the movie.

You can come for dinner and movie for $25 or just come for movie for FREE! (Donations are welcome!)

I’ve set up a FB Event Page with all the info as well.
https://www.facebook.com/ events/1651527011565010/ 

 

THE CHINA SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Invites you and your friends to attend. $25 general admission, pay at the door, cash or check payable to China Society. Attending the screening without dinner is FREE but we would appreciate DONATION of any amount.

RSVP – reply to this email or call Yvonne Chang 310-454-3621

“Last spring, Jennifer Wong gave us a program about her grandfather, Liu Jipiao, the Father of Art Deco in China. The program was so well received, so when she mentioned that a friend had produced a film about Art Deco in Shanghai, we naturally wanted the film for a program.

A screening of Shanghai Deco. A look at the art and lifestyle in 1930s Shanghai. This city of refugees became the birthplace of a short-lived but unique form of Art Deco that hybridized Chinese traditional forms with that of the prevailing style of art in Europe and America.

Produced by Denise Richards, a graphic designer, documentary
filmmaker, artist, and educator.

A DVD of this documentary will be for sale for $20. It is for personal use only. It is not yet available to the general public.”

For those of you who cannot get to Los Angeles in November here’s a trailer/teaser of the documentary. If you would like a screening in your town, we would love to travel and do a presentation!

Here are the links to the trailer and info and brochure about the film attached.
http://shanghaideco.net/#film  
http://www.dogslifeproductions.com/shanghai-deco.html

 

 

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