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February 3, 2003
UMBC's InterArts Program Presents Theatre Artist Ping Chong
UMBC's InterArts Program presents PingChong, one of America's most renowned contemporary theatreartists, who will present a slide-show lecture on his work. Ping Chong wasborn in 1946 and raised in the Chinatown section of New York City. Hestudied film-making and graphic design at the School of Visual Arts andthe Pratt Institute. Ping Chong began his theatrical career as a member ofMeredith Monk's The HouseFoundation. He collaborated with her on several major works includingThe TravelogueSeries and
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Posted by dwinds1 at February 3, 2003 12:00 AM