GAME BREAK: During the intermission, the hosts interacted with the audience by hosting game shows.
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GUESTS FROM BOSTON: The Great Boston Chinese Culture Association’s Music Ensemble was invited to perform with a variety of traditional instruments.
Several snacks and pantry care boxes with nonperishable food were left in the ICC for students to take throughout the week.
KIND bars, bananas, apples and other sweets were also available for students at several campus locations.
SWEETS AND DESSERTS: Chè comes in different flavors, and they were all loved by attendees.
MUSEUM NEXT DOOR: Gordon Matta-Clark believed in spaces’ ability to bring people together, just like what the Rose Art Museum did last weekend with the celebration of its fall exhibitions opening.
DECONSTRUCTION: One of his grandest projects was to remove a part of the wall of an abandoned factory, to make it a “sun-and-water-temple.“
FOOD AFTER ART, OR THE OTHER WAY AROUND: Hungry after seeing all the exhibitions? Delicious cookies and fruit punches are waiting for you outside of the museum.
REBEL AGAINST TRADITION: When the mainstream art shows refused to show his photos of graffiti, Gordon Matta-Clark opened his own show. He was one of the first artists to recognize graffiti as a form of art.