"Seeing Differently" through Chinese advertising art

Mar 3, 2015

The 'Seeing Differently' exhibit at MSU includes works from the self portrait series of Wei Da, a student at Shanghai Normal University.

A new art exhibition on the MSU campus has brought works done by top advertising students from China to East Lansing. The exhibition is called “Seeing Differently: Solving Communication Problems From Two Sides of the World”, and the art includes some interesting works. It’s here on the ground floor of the MSU Communication Arts Building for the next three months.

Current State’s Scott Pohl talks with MSU Advertising and Public Relations assistant professor Henry Brimmer, a Grand Rapids Art Prize Award finalist who organized the exhibit, and Ma Chao of the One Club of China, which has partnered with MSU’s China Experience project.