The Charles B. Wang Center celebrates Asian cultural festivals with great flourish and fanfare. The Charles B. Wang Center takes pride in working with community leaders on campus to provide excellent resources for mounting cultural festivals featuring diverse Asian ethnicities.
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Charles B. Wang Center Theatre Lobby
Admission: $10 (General/SBU Students/Seniors)
Free for Children Under 12
Note: The admission fee covers ONLY the Lunar New Year family activities. If you would like to join the Chinese NewYear, please sign up here.
|Vietnam of Mythical Tales and Songs||2:00–2:45 PM||Chapel|
|Lunar New Year Family Activities||3:00–5:00 PM||Theater Lobby|
|Chinese New Year Performance||3:00-4:30 PM||Theater|
|Dinner||5:00–6:00 PM||Main Lobby|
Join us in saying goodbye to the Year of the Rooster and welcoming the Year of the Dog at the Wang Center's signature Lunar New Year Festival! This year, we will showcase Vietnamese songs and musical tales, as well as offer family craft activities from China, Japan, and Korea, including Japanese new year wreath-making, Korean fortune pouch-making, Chinese paper cutting, and much more.
In addition, the Confucius Institute will host a must-see magic show, Chinese dance, folk songs, and Peking opera in the theatre! Enjoy our cultural offerings and stay late for our grand finale dinner.
Chinese New Year
Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 3:00 – 4:30 PM
Charles B. Wang Center Theatre
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Charles B. Wang Center
Welcome spring to Long Island with the blooming of sakura (cherry blossoms), the sounds of taiko drums, and a wondrous array of Japanese cultural exhibits at the Wang Center. The Wang Center will provide many exciting activities, including ikebana flower arrangement, tea workshops, manga drawing, origami paper folding, kimono dress-ups, and cosplay (costumed role-play of a Japanese manga character) for all ages. Please join us in your favorite manga character costume.
Space is limited for the workshops, so make your reservation fast!
This festival is co-produced by the Japan Center at Stony Brook University and the Ryu Shu Kan Japanese Arts Center. Please check their website for more information about the festival.
Please visit here to view the past programs.