Charles B. Wang Center Programs
Celebrating Asian and American
The Wang Center is dedicated to presenting the public with a multifaceted, intellectually sound, and humane understanding of Asian and Asian American cultures, and their relationship to other cultures. The facilities are designed as a vital space for multidisciplinary and multicultural dialogues and include exhibit spaces, an interdenominational chapel, an Asian food court, a theater, two lecture halls, a series of interior and exterior pools and terraces, and more than 35,000 square feet of tranquil gardens. The Center is used for conferences, art exhibits, film festivals, lectures, seminars, and performances. It is open to all Stony Brook students, faculty, and staff, as well as the surrounding community.
The Wang Center proudly hosts an enthralling selection of entertainment each semester, including world-renowned musical groups, comedians, theatrical troupes, and performance artists. More »
The gracious and expansive exhibit spaces play host to a range of exciting displays from artists around the world. More »
Wang Center films feature a wide range of cinematic styles and cultures. Films include the Port Jefferson Documentary Series, Confucius Institute films, independent films, Bollywood films, the Korean Film Series, and many others. More »
Each semester brings a new schedule of speakers, including novelists, poets, artists, directors, professors, and even visiting dignitaries. More »
The extensive selections of workshops include Community Yoga, Tai Chi, Buddhism Study and Practice, meditation groups, and the annual Herstory Writers Workshop, to name a few. More »
Annual events include the Indian Festival of Lights and the TellabrAsian Storytelling event each fall, Chinese New Year Celebration and the Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival in the spring, the summer Origami Heaven Festival, as well as a wealth of diverse events reflecting the rich tapestry of cultures represented by the spirit of the Wang Center. More »
For more information about Wang Center programs, please email WangCenter@stonybrook.edu or call (631) 632-4400.