February 22, 2024 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm ET
Barnum 216
poster with green and black lines and photo of Wen-ti Tsen

The Department of Race, Colonialism and Diaspora as well as the Center for Humanities and Tisch College invite you to a special event  on 2/22 with artist Wen-ti Tsen. This event is part of the Asian-American and LatinX Studies Lecture Series, happening throughout the Spring 2024 semester.

After the lecture, students are invited to attend an Afternoon Tea with Wen-ti Tsen at 2:30pm in Barnum 216. RSVPs are not required, but students are kindly encouraged to RSVP for the Afternoon Tea with Wen-ti Tsen at: https://forms.gle/YBWJEHZ2UxYoT29B7.

About the Artist: 
Wen-ti Tsen is a public artist who applies various art forms, from comic books to large-scale sculptures, to help give voice to the community. In his personal work, he suses painting and installation to explore peoples' lives in the society. He was born in China, grew up in Europe, and studied art in the U.S. He lives and works in Cambridge, MA, but has spent much time in a variety of places. 

This event is open to all. For questions, please contact the RCD department rcd@tufts.edu