‘Sky Mountain & Waterscape’
A Chinese Ink Wash Landscape Painting Exhibition
Kam Cheung Mok
Opening Reception: Friday, July 6, 2018
Exhibition Dates: June 30th to August 30th, 2018
Free and Open to the Public
About the Exhibit
‘Sky, Mountain & Waterscape’ is a painting series consisting of twenty-five contemporary Chinese ink wash landscape paintings documenting memorable natural landscapes around the world. Terrains, rivers, waterfalls, and skies vary in color and mood, transporting the viewer to different seasons and geographic locations.
About the Artist
Mok Kam Cheung, born in 1945, his works have been exhibited and documented in Hong Kong and China many times as well as collected by art enthusiasts all over the world. In 2016, his work was collected in the “Six Contemporary Chinese Painters” collection published by Beijing Ministry of Culture, organized by the Chinese Artist Association, Chinese Collectors Association, and China Literature and Art foundation. In 2017, his solo” Mok Kam Cheung Chinese Painting Collection” was published by Jiangxi Fine Art Publishing House.
Book Talk with Chef James Syhabout and Eastwind Books of Berkeley Fundraiser
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Eastwind Books of Berkeley welcomes Oakland-grown, Michelin-starred Chef James Syhabout for a book talk on his journey to his Isan Thai and Lao roots, the inspiration for his hugely popular Hawker Fare restaurant. Program introduction by Professor Lok Siu, an Associate Professor at the UC Berkeley Department of Ethnic Studies and Affiliated Faculty of Berkeley Food Institute. Please join us for this community celebration and fundraiser for Eastwind Books of Berkeley.
Sponsored by: Oakland Asian Cultural Center and the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies at UC Berkeley
James Syhabout’s Hawker Fare restaurant in San Francisco is the product of his unique family history and diverse career experience. Born into two distinct but related Asian cultures—from his mother’s ancestral village in Isan, Thailand’s northeast region, and his father’s home in Pakse, Laos—he and his family landed in Oakland in 1981 in a community of other refugees from the Vietnam War.
General Admission: $30.00
VIP (Reserved seating and a copy of Hawker Fare book, a $40 value): $65.00
Sponsorship: (Reserved seating, a copy of Hawker Fare, special thank you and ad space in the program and promotional materials): $80.00
The event is ADA Accessible. Small plates and refreshments provided.
At the Oakland Asian Cultural Center
388 Ninth Street, Suite 290
Oakland, CA 94607