Rochester Hills Public Library
Contact: Amanda H. Keighley
For Immediate Release
April 16, 2019
Rochester Hills Public Library Unveils New Art Exhibit
(ROCHESTER HILLS- April 16, 2019) The Rochester Hills Public Library will offer a new art exhibit featuring works from several talented Taiwanese artists from April 30 through May 2.
The works of art have been featured around the world in an effort to connect Taiwanese art and culture to western societies.
“It’s exciting for us to share the beauty of Taiwan with the Rochester community,” said International Art Curator Huan H. Su. “I have cooperated with many art centers, museums, and non-profit organizations around the world to display paintings and sculptures. It’s our mission to show the amazing talents of Taiwanese artists.”
“Rochester Hills Public Library prides itself on celebrating the diversity within its community so bringing this art exhibit to the library was a natural fit,” said Community Relations Specialist Amanda H. Keighley. “Displaying the work of these incredibly talented artists will bring even more beauty to the building.”
International Art Curator Huan H. Su will be at the library April 30 at 6 p.m. to discuss the art work and the artists behind them. Registration is not required.
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