We are dedicated to promoting a broad-based, interdisciplinary approach to East Asian calligraphy education. Critical to this approach is effective integration of calligraphic theory, practice, and pedagogy in meaningful humanistic, sociocultural, and scientific contexts.
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We are open to engaging a diverse audience interested in East Asian calligraphy and related subjects. Potential topics of discourses include but are not limited to traditional and modern visual arts that employ writing, linguistic and cultural studies pertinent to writing systems, as well as comparative research on calligraphic traditions and practices in East Asia and other regions and cultures.
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- 2010, Beijing, China
- 2011 Denver teacher-training 美国汉字书法教育学会举办书法教师丹佛专修班
- 2012, Georgetown, TX
- 2014, Nanning, China
- 2016, Atlanta, GA
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11th Internationa Conference of Hanzi Calligraphy Education Registration Form
Dear Friends and Colleagues of the American Society of Shufa Calligraphy Education: We are pleased to inform you that the 11th International Calligraphy Education Conference will be held at Beijing Normal University on July 6-9, 2018. The deadline for paper proposals, work proposals and registration is February 28, 2018. We sincerely hope that all of[…]
The 19th International Symposium on Shu Tong Wen (Unification of the Hanzi Writing Systems) was held in Shanghai, June 2016. 第十九次汉字书同文国际学术研讨会于今年六月在上海举行。 Conference information is available via this link . The following is a letter of thanks for Professor Jasmine Tang and her husband from one of the organizers of the Shu Tong Wen symposium: 李老师，汤老师，两位好！[…]
At the invitation of Tuttle Publishing, ASSCE members including Bertrand Mao will perform shufa demos at the publisher’s booth (#1620). Mr. Mike Page, Digital Marketing Manager and Academic Sales Manager, Tuttle Publishing, calls this event a “wonderful opportunity for education and cultural understanding.” Bertrand Mao is an accomplished artist and recognized master of calligraphy, a[…]
Professor Tang is one of the founding members of the ASSCE executive board which promotes Shufa Calligraphy education. Since the founding of this organization she has been playing an active role in pursuing ASSCE’s mission and goals. She has taught Chinese language and culture in the Department of Languages and Literatures at SUNY Geneseo since[…]
Nov. 27, 2015 – At Dr. Minru Li’s popular calligraphy course at the Ohio State University this semester, students present their creative group projects.
Nov. 21, 2015 – Professor Helen Shen of the Department of Asian & Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Iowa now offers a new course “Chinese character writing and calligraphy” every Spring.
On March 3, 2015, Professor of Guangxi Art Institute and calligrapher Dr. Tang Kaizhi (唐楷之) visited Emory University. During his visit, Dr. Tang gave a public lecture entitled “Shu Not Shu: Interpreting Modern Chinese Calligraphy,” and conducted a Chinese calligraphy workshop for Emory undergraduate students taking the course “Chinese Writing Systems in Asia” taught by[…]
On November 12, 2014, the 2014 New York International Chinese Calligraphy Exhibition was held at the Peony Ballroom, Queens Crossing in Flushing, New York. Mr. John S. C. Wang, executive board member of the ASSCE, participated in the exhibition.