Confucius Institute


Join us in celebrating the opening of "Southern Exchange: New Works from China" on April 19 at 2 p.m. at Re-Think Art Gallery! The Chinese art exhibition will include various painting styles including modern and traditional art.

The Chinese Lunar New Year was celebrated in Montgomery on March 1st at Alcazar Shrine. The event included performances from AUM students and Chinese community leaders, and concluded with a traditional Chinese dinner.

The AUM Confucius Institute participated in the AUM Study Abroad Club's Cultural Food event, sharing various Chinese dishes including Chinese noodles and dumplings with students and faculty who attended this event.

The dragon dance was performed at the beginning of the Montgomery Dragon Boat Race and Festival reception which was held at AUM and sponsored by the Confucius Institute and the Central Alabama Association of Chinese.

Local schools in Montgomery participated in Confucius Institute Day—a celebration in honor of the Confucius Institute’s ten year anniversary. Programs in local schools included performers from Hubei University of Economics.

During AUM's WOW (Weeks of Welcome) events, the Confucius Institute hosted a Tea Ceremony where students and faculty were able to learn about Chinese tea ceremonies and sample various Chinese snacks and tea.

College students who attended AUM Confucius Institute's summer study tour in China learned Chinese language, Chinese culture, and visited tourist attractions including the Forbidden City, Great Wall, and Three Gorges Dam.


Modern Yunnan Style Art
Art Gallery Chinese traditional art
Modern Chinese Art

You are cordially invited to the

Auburn Montgomery Confucius Institute's

Southern Exchange: New Works from China

Join us for a reception at the
opening on April 19th at 2 p.m.

re-think art gallery

112 Church Street
Montgomery, AL 36104

The exhibition will be open at re-think art gallery from
April 19- May 17th.

Chinese traditional artwork as well as more modern Chinese art pieces will be displayed at this exhibit. This event is free and open to the public. We invite you to come by and learn more about these Chinese art pieces and see how the artists are able to fuse old Chinese techniques with modern painting.