Chinese New Year – FEB 4, 2023 at 7:00PM

$35.00

Presented by Ruby Ming, M.A., in person and via live video stream with interactive Q&A.

Tickets: $35.  YOU MAY CHOOSE THE VIDEO STREAM OR IN-CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE. FOR THE VIDEO STREAM, ONLY ONE TICKET PER HOUSEHOLD IS NECESSARY.  CLASSROOM TICKETS ARE $35 PER PERSON. (PLEASE NOTE THAT CLASSROOM SEATING IS LIMITED.)

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Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in Chinese culture. Two weeks of festivities are filled with family reunions, delicious food, and many traditions. Learn why it’s not really a lunar new year, why the Chinese zodiac isn’t a zodiac, and the meaning of some of the innumerable symbols for prosperity and good fortune. Join us as we welcome the Year of the Rabbit!

Ruby Ming aims to provoke unconventional connections to art across cultures, time, and technology. She received her B.A. in Fine Arts from Brown University and her M.A. in Museum Studies from SFSU. She presents workshops for teachers about arts integration for the National and the California Art Education Associations and the Santa Clara County Office of Education. A former docent at the Asian Art Museum, she designed private, public, and school group tours, and gave talks around the Bay Area highlighting cultural exchange and transmission. Ruby is also spearheading the Institute’s homeschool program.

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