Curating for the Chinese Zodiac
Presented by the Greenway Conservancy
Join the Greenway Conservancy in celebrating the Lunar New Year through our Public Art Program and our continued annual curation of Chinese Zodiac-inspired artworks on The Greenway!
Each year since 2015, the Conservancy has installed a new, temporary artwork in Auntie Kay and Uncle Frank Chin Park on The Greenway that speaks to the current year’s Chinese Zodiac animal. These installations celebrate the culture, history, and traditions of the Lunar New Year and the Chinatown community through the ideas and expressions of contemporary artists.
Conservancy Director and Curator of Public Art Lucas Cowan and our Greenway artists will explore the current Year of the Mouse through Furen Dai’s A Mouse with Ears and Tail and look ahead to the Year of the Ox with Andy Li’s The Herd. Hear from the artists themselves about the meaning behind their work and connections to the Chinese Zodiac.
Moderated by Sheila Novak, Public Art Project Manager
- Lucas Cowan, Greenway Conservancy Director and Curator of Public Art
- Furen Dai, Artist
- Andy Li, Artist
You can pre-register for this free virtual event on Eventbrite, through which you will receive a link to view the webinar. Cantonese and Mandarin translation will be provided in the Zoom webinar, which you can access here. Email your questions to [email protected] and we’ll share them with our speakers!
Funding support provided by the Barr Foundation, Mabel Louise Riley Foundation, New England Foundation for the Arts, TD Charitable Foundation, and the Lawrence and Lillian Solomon Foundation.
The non-profit Greenway Conservancy manages The Greenway. 80% of the Conservancy’s funding comes from private sources, including gifts from supporters like you. Your gift to the Greenway Fund makes all we do possible, because YOU make The Greenway!