Chen Yuru Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition
11 May - 30 Jun 2017 | Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
An exhibition of paintings and Chinese calligraphy done by Chen Yuru, using bamboo tools is currently on exhibition in the Glass Cabinet Exhibition Space.
Chen Yuru was born in Fengcheng City, Jiangxi Province in China. He is a university professor with a doctor’s degree in biochemistry.
A talented painter and calligraphist, Professor Chen developed a unique method of drawing bamboos with bamboo tools. The works possess a fresh and unrefined style and have been published in several newspapers and magazines around the world and become part of the private collections of calligraphy and painting lovers at home and abroad.
He has also had an esteemed career in biochemistry. He holds the Environmental Impact Assessment Certificate issued by the State Environmental Protection Administration and is a permanent member of Chinese Society for Microbiology (CSM). From 2005 to 2006, he undertook collaborative research visits to Australia’s Griffith University. Between 2009 and 2013, he established the Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering in Nanjing Normal University Taizhou College (NNUTC), and also served as the director of this department.
Professor Chen has presided over many projects, such as the high-tech research program of Jiangsu Province, the provincial project of hi-tech industrial development, the provincial guidance plan of natural science and so on. He has published dozens of papers in domestic and foreign journals as well as co-authored one monograph. He owns 4 provincial and ministerial level identification or inspection achievements and 32 applications for patents. He has won the award of provincial and municipal scientific & technical ascension achievements, a prize for the excellent essay in the 7th Session Taizhou Natural Science Competition and is honored as Taizhou Top Ten Education Newsmaker in 2011.
|Dates:||Thursday 11 May - Friday 30 June|
|Time:||9:00am to 5:00pm|
|Address:||102 Main Street, Kangaroo Point|