CPS student and artist, Saphira Fang, inspired by Chinese artworks, exhibits at Northeastern’s Gallery 360

December 16, 2011

From now until, March 6, 2012, CPS student Saphira Fang’s (Yi Fang) work entitled: “A Taste of Chinese Culture is on display in Northeastern University’s Gallery 360. Gallery 360 is an elegant 1,000-square-foot space that displays collections and unique works by Northeastern students, staff, and faculty, as well as exhibits by local and national artists of note.

Fang is pursuing a Master of Science in Project Management at the College, and the description of her art on exhibit reads: “We need a passport to travel around the world, but the beauty of art is borderless. In Chinese painting, every piece has its unique meaning hidden inside. With distinctive national features in history, practices, theories, techniques, and materials, these paintings imply the true taste and appreciation of China.”

To see Fang’s and other artists’ work, visit Gallery 360, located at 346 Huntington Avenue in Ell Hall.

Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) is committed to providing career-focused educational programs that are designed to accommodate the complex lives of motivated learners. Offered in a variety of innovative formats, CPS courses are taught by accomplished scholars and practitioners who have real-world experience. The result is an educational experience founded on proven scholarship, strengthened with practical application, and sustained by academic excellence.

Northeastern University is a global university with a tradition of partnership and engagement that creates an innovative, distinctive approach to education and research. Northeastern integrates classroom studies with experiential learning opportunities in 70 countries, and pursues use-inspired research with a focus on global challenges in health, security, and sustainability.