Furlong Gallery exhibit opening Sept. 18 features Asian artists
September 8, 2017
Works by six
artists from Asia will be featured in the first art exhibit of the 2017-18
academic year at UW-Stout’s Furlong Gallery.
The exhibit, “Fogstand &&&&&&,” will
include art by Choon-Lin Joo, of Singapore; En-Man Chang, of Taiwan; Jo-Mei
Lee, of Taiwan; Jin-Da Lin, of Taiwan; Kai-Feng Chun, of Singapore; and
Song-Yun Kim, of South Korea.
The exhibit opens Monday, Sept. 18, and runs through
Saturday, Oct. 28. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday,
represent Fogstand Gallery & Studio, a nonprofit art space and creative
education center in Jia-Li village, part of Hualien, Taiwan. Fogstand’s primary
focus is bringing contemporary creative practices into contact with local
owner Darren Tesar and his wife, Wenli, will represent the artists at the
opening reception. They teach in UW-Stout’s School of Art and Design. At a
later date, they may give an artist talk.
exhibit “Fogstand &&&&&&” opening Sept. 18 at Furlong
Gallery will feature six artists from Asia.