美术展览和活动 
ART EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS 
2008 - 2017
THE WINNERS OF “THE 13TH CHINESE BRIDGE DRAWING/PAINTING CONTEST”
We will award $50 tuition discounts to students who placed 1st, 2nd,  3rd and excellence. These discounts apply to next semester.

Kindergarten
2nd Place                    亚军      Rosanne Chen          Thurs. 4:30pm Class
Honorable Mention      优异      Elisa Li                       Fri. 4:30pm Class 
Honorable Mention      优异      Preston Wang           Sat. 9:00 Class

1st- 2nd 一到二年级园绘画
3rd Place                    季军       Frank Ouyang           Sun. 5:00pm Class
3rd Place                    季军       Melinda Chen            Sun.  6:00pm Class
3rd Place                    季军       Kristy Zhu                  Sat.   2:00pm Class
Honorable Mention     优异       Celine Chen               Sat.   6:00pm Class

6th- 8th Grades 六到八年级绘画
1st Place                    冠军        Michelle Song           Fri. 7:30pm Class 
2nd Place                   亚军        Holly Lee                   Sat.11:00 Class
2nd Place                   亚军       Joy Jin                        Fri. 7:30pm Class
3rd Place                    季军        Alex Sima                  Sun. 3:00pm Class
Honorable Mention     优异        Annalie Ma                Tues. 4:30pm Class
Honorable Mention     优异        Rachel Shen             Sat. 7:00pm Class
Honorable Mention     优异        Natalie Lin                 Fri. 7:30pm Class
Honorable Mention     优异        Lea Huang                Sun. 3:00pm Class

8th- 12th Grades 八到十二年级绘画
3rd Place季军  Dana HuSat. 7:00pm Class

2015 California Coastal Commission awards two Asian Arts Studio students

Two of our high school students, Kamilla Woo (current 3:00pm, Sunday afternoon class) and Alisha Tam (current 7:00pm Friday evening class), received Honorable Mention from the California Coastal Commission in this year’s art contest. They competed against 2,500 other young artists from all over California. We offer joyful congratulations to Kamilla and Alisha. We also offer a grateful appreciation to all the artists who worked so faithfully and diligently to prepare their art for submission to this prestigious competition. 

旧金山湾区少年儿童画展 2010
亚洲美术工作室(Asian Arts Studio)于2010年11月 15日星期一中午12点到下午4点30分
在州立大学校园再次举办旧金山湾区儿童画展。参加画展的儿童及青少年画家来自
湾区近30所公立,私立学校,年龄从4岁半至18岁,题材从动物,静物,风景至人物写生
和创作,表现方式以基础素描,水彩,水粉为主。年轻的画家们以自己独特的视角,用
稚嫩却自信的笔触,来描绘他们所热爱的生活,展现世界的生命活力。,

在经济不景气的今天, 由亚洲美术工作室和她学生的家长们再三举办的这种非盈利性
专业美术画展。目的是为了鼓励更多青少年儿童参入!锻炼孩子们有用自己的才华改变
未来世界的勇气。希望大家能抽空来展厅看看这些虽幼稚却不乏创造力的艺术作品,
为我们天才的小画家们喝彩!

The Bay Area Young Artists Exhibition 2010
Both the Sing Tao Daily and the World Journal have published the news of 
the Bay Area Young Artists Exhibition this week. The publication on 
Sing Tao Daily was on Wednesday, and the publication on the world Journal 
was on the Thursday.
2010年旧金山湾区青少年画展的消息本周已经见报。见报日期:
星岛日报:本周三。
世界日报:本周四。

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2016
From May 31-August 5 2016
What We learn in the Summer Class/
Registration Form

SUMMER AFTERNOON EDUCATION RAINBOW  2016
From May 28-July 31, 2016
What We learn in the Education Rainbow/
Registration Form

SUMMER DAY CAMP 2016 
From May 31-Aug 5 2016
What we learn in Summer Camp/
Registration Form/Handbook

SPRING DAY CAMP 2016
From March 28-April 1 2016 
What we learn in Spring Camp
/Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2015-2016 
From August 25, 2015 - May 22, 2016
What We Are Learning In 2015-2016
Class Calendar/Class Schedule / Registration Form
Tuitions Payments/School Rules and Policies

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2015
From June 6-August 2, 2015
What We learn in the Summer Class/Registration Form

SUMMER DAY CAMP 2015 
From June 1-July 31 2015
What we learn in Summer Camp/
Registration Form/Handbook
  • January 31, 2017:        The California Coastal Art Contest Entries must be postmarked by January 31, 2017, (free). 
  • January 31, 2017:         Bring required works to Asian Arts School to win a rubber duck (free)
  • February 16-19, 2017:  The AAS Human Proportion quick drawing Contest, 2101 Taraval Street, SF, CA 94116
  • March 18, 2017:            The 13th Chinese Bridge Cup Contests. It will take place at Theodore Roosevelt Middle School                                                                                                      (460 Arguello Blvd, San Francisco, CA, 94118) 
  • April 29-May 7, 2017:    9 AAS students’ works will be selected to participate, at the Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.  
                                                 (Art pieces must be well framed and without glass.) (Free) 
  • May 20 ,2017:                AAS Outdoor Art Show from 11:00 to 1:00 pm, at 3950 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94123.  for anyone who wants to join.                                                      (An easel is required, and the art work needs to be simply framed without glass.) (Free)  
 
“Youth Art Festival" at the Asian Arts Museum
The judges is: Hung Liu
Elementary School:   Agnes Qiu,  Chloe Hui,  Evelyn Chuang
Middle School:           Natalie Lin,  Sunny Lee,  Alexa Crondall
High School:              Claire Lin,  Ying Chen,  Robert Shi

54 of our young artists have competed for a space at the “Youth Art Festival" at the Asian Arts Museum. Since had only 3 available spaces for each of the 3 levels: elementary, middle and high school, someone had to choose the nine artists for the exhibition. Well-known artist Hung Liu served as our judge again this year. She said: “It was very hard for me to select the winners because your students’ works are all very good. The subjects of their art work and the ways they portrayed them are very impressive, especially at the high school level; I could have almost chosen everyone.”
Real-Life Portrait Drawing/Painting Competition for the Independent Study Students

COMING EVENTS 2017:
School dddress:  2101 Taraval Street
San Francisco, CA 94116
Mailing dddress:  80 Springfield Drive
San Francisco, CA 94132
As of August 1, 2015, Asian Arts School's new location is 2101 Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA 94116 (on the corner of Taraval Street and 31st Avenue).
Phone: (415) 297-3072
Email: linwei@asianartsschool.com

The AAS Human-proportion Quick Drawing Contest 人物速写比赛 
This Project is ONLY for AAS Level 3 and above students. Three contests will be conducted in 3 two-hour classes on February 17, 18, and 19th. The first-place award for each contest is $50. The judges will be Xiaojie Chen, Ming Ouyang, and Gregory Collins.
Sold By:
Athena Xue, Carolyn Chan,  Sunnie Lee, Catherine Ko, Robert Shi, Denise Wei, Dana Hu, Elizabeth Ouyang,  Alan Liu, Melody Zhang, Annabel Sun, Castalia Chiu,  Calista Chiu,  Joy Jin