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Creativity Talk with Jui Pin Chang


Mon 19 Feb 2018, 12:40am–1:30pm

Where: The Learning Connexion, 182 Eastern Hutt Rd, Taita, Lower Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listen and learn about different artists and their practices!

Creativity Talks by The Learning Connexion are from visiting artists, current students and graduates, and tutors.

This weeks guest artist is Jui Pin Chang.

Born in Taiwan in 1964 Chang studied at Taipei National University of the Arts majoring in Chinese calligraphy and brush painting. Chang later studied in the USA and taught art classes in Canada, then moved to the UK in 2003.

Since 2010 As a full-time artist based in Taiwan, Chang made frequent travels to European countries. In 2006, Chang invented The Bucketmen, a series of artworks that led to a number of solo exhibitions in galleries and art centres in the UK, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and USA.

In 2011 Chang took part in NordArt, Büdelsdorf, Germany and in the George Orwell Festival at Letchworth Art Centre in the UK. Chang has been selected as an artist in residence in: France, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Italy, China and the USA.

Chang’s paintings were selected and nominated as finalists in the National Open Art competition in the UK in 2008. In 2011​she was a Freeman Foundation Asian artist Fellowship winner, which allowed her to undertake a three-month residency in the USA at Vermont Studio centre.

In 2012 Chang was recognised as one of the top 100 artists in the ‘Self Creation Competition’ organized by the New York City Artists Wanted Organization. Now she has exhibition "Moving Continents" in Kapiti Mahara Gallery with artists Tiffany Singh NZ and Deb Donnelly NZ.