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This page contains information about the current gallery exbition in the O'Kane Gallery located on the 3rd floor of the main building of the University of Houston - Downtown.

O'Kane Gallery - Current Exhibitions

A Narrative of Light and Shadow
June 5, 2014 - June 19, 2014

Photographer-Chien Fu-yu: Yao Min-xuan, the first Taiwanese female reporter following the end of  Japanese colonial rule (1895-1945). The exhibition features the works of Taiwanese photographers united by the theme of storytelling through photography.

All works in "A Narrative of Light and Shadow" were created by Taiwanese women celebrating the flourishing state of art and the open dialogue on women's rights in democratic Taiwan.

Wang Hsiao-chin - Mother's time chart
Chien Fu-yu - Women's history
Chang Hsiu-huang - Light and shadow
Chang Yung-chieh - Heirs of the clouded leopard
Chang Yung-chieh - Eternal treasure ship

This exhibition is brought to The O'Kane Gallery with the help of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Houston.

Photographer: Chien Fu-yu “Yao Min-xuan, the first Taiwanese female reporter following the end of Japanese colonial rule (1895-1945).”

Since 1970, the O’Kane Gallery has provided cultural arts for the diverse university and downtown communities.  The gallery is located on the third floor of the One Main Building, University of Houston-Downtown.  Guests may park in Visitor Parking at Travis and Girard, metered parking, or take Metro’s Light Rail to its final north-bound stop to the UHD front door.

For more information, contact Mark Cervenka, at the O’Kane Gallery, University of Houston-Downtown at 713-221-8042.

Gallery summer hours:
Monday - Friday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM

Closed university holidays.



Last updated or reviewed on 6/5/14

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