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Triptych image featuring artist Yeachin Tsai, an image of  empty theater seats, and sing/songwriter Charlotte Reilly as she performs in studio.

Artist Yeachin Tsai

"In the process of making art, I realize I am a human being. And we are human beings. And we suffer the same." Yeachin Tsai learned traditional Chinese calligraphy growing up in Taiwan, and studied Western abstraction when she moved to New York almost 30 years ago. Her body of work is a unique blend of these two philosophies of art, creating a dance of energy, color, and form on canvas.

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Laura Wittern-Keller, Lecturer

Laura Wittern-Keller is a Lecturer in the History department at UAlbany, specializing in censorship and free speech. Her book, Freedom of the Screen, chronicles the history of state censorship of movies and showcases the individuals who fought for their right of freedom of expression.

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Performance by Charlotte Reilly

Singer/songwriter Charlotte Reilly found comfort in her relationship during the early weeks of the pandemic while everything else in the world seemed to be spinning out of control.

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AHA! A House for Arts

AHA! | 616: Calligraphy Meets Abstraction with Yea

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Rating: NR

Chinese calligraphy meets Westrern abstraction.

AHA Season 6, Episode 16
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AHA! | 616: Calligraphy Meets Abstraction with Yea
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AHA! | 616: Laura Wittern-Keller on Censorship in
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AHA! 616 | Charlotte Reilly: "Tomorrow"
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AHA! 616 | Charlotte Reilly: "Tomorrow"
AHA! 616 | Charlotte Reilly: "Hide Away"
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AHA! 616 | Charlotte Reilly: "Hide Away"