Teaching Experience
1982-1987-   Lecturer, Fine Arts Department, Qufu Teachers University. Coursess taught: Basic Drawing, Advanced Drawing,dsWatercolor, 
                     Oil Painting. -- Qufu, Shandong, China
1987-1993 - Lecturer, Oil Painting Department, Shandong Art Institute. Courses taught: Basicd Drawing, Advanced Drawing, Watercolor,                      Oil Painting. Creative Art. Basic Design, and Visual Art Anatomy. --Jinan, Shandong, China
1993-2000   Oil Painter, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
2000-2009   Computer Graphics Designer, PB Americas Inc., San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
2005-2007   Teacher, Fine Arts, Huada Chinese Academy, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
2007-Now    Art Director and Instructor, Asian Arts School, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
2009-2011   Teacher, Art and Mandarin, Starr King Elementary School's After-School Program, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
2010-2012   Teacher, Chinese Traditional Painting, San Francisco State University, Evening Program, S.F., California, U.S.A.
2013-Now    Teacher, Mandarin and Art, Ulloa Elementary School, After-School Program, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Education Background
Visual Arts Department, Qufu Teachers University 曲阜师范大学美术学院, 1977-1981. Qufu, Shandong, China. 
Oil Painting Department, Beijing Capital Teachers University 北京首都师范大学美术学院, 1984 -1985. Beijing, China.
Oil Painting Department, Central Academy of Fine Arts 北京中央美术学院油画系, 1985-1987. Beijing, China.



Elizabeth Ouyang
Dana Hu
旧金山亚洲美术学校
WELCOME TO ASIAN ARTS SCHOOL
2008 - 2019
Alisha Tam
LIN WEI 
Visual Arts Teacher, Oil Painter, and Computer Graphics Designer
Athna Xue
Kami Wu
Sean Collins
Claire Lin
ART AND MANDARIN SPRING DAY CAMP 2019
From March 25 to March 29, 2019
What we learn in Spring Camp / Registration Form
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ART AND MANDARIN SUMMER DAY CAMP 2019
From June 10 to August 2 2019
What we learn in Summer Camp / Registration Form

SUMMER WEEKEND AND AFTERNOON ART CLASSES 2019
From June 4 to August 4, 2019
What we learn in the Summer Art Class / Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2018-2019
From August 28, 2018 to May 26, 2019
What We Are Learning In 2018-2019
Class Calendar / Class Schedule / Registration Form
Tuitions Payments / School Rules and Policies

ART AND MANDARIN SUMMER DAY CAMP 2018
From June 7 to August 17 2018
What we learn in Summer Camp / Registration Form

SUMMER WEEKEND AND AFTERNOON ART CLASSES 2018
From June 12 to August 12, 2018
What we learn in the Summer Art Class / Registration Form

ART AND MANDARIN SPRING DAY CAMP 2018
From March 26 to March 30 2018
What we learn in Spring Camp / Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2017-2018
From August 25, 2017 - May 18, 2018
What We Are Learning In 2017-2018
Class Calendar Class Schedule / Registration Form
Tuitions Payments / School Rules and Policies

ART AND MANDARIN SPRING DAY CAMP 2017
From March 27 - March 31 2017
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ART AND MANDARIN SUMMER DAY CAMP 2017
From May 30-August 4 2017
What we learn in Summer Camp Registration Form

SUMMER WEEKEND AND AFTERNOON ART CLASSES 2017
From May 30 - Aug. 6, 2016
What we learn in the Summer Art Class Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2016-2017 
From August 23, 2015 - May 21, 2017
What We Are Learning In 2016-2017
Class Calendar Class Schedule / Registration Form
Tuitions Payments/School Rules and Policies

ART AND KUNG FU SUMMER DAY CAMP 2016
From May 31 - August 5 2016
What we learn in Summer Camp Registration Form/Handbook

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

Phone: (415) 297-3072
Email: linwei@asianartsschool.com

School address:  2101 Taraval Street
San Francisco, CA 94116
Mailing address:  80 Springfield Drive
San Francisco, CA 94132
Our program offers children from ages 5 to 18 weekly fine arts classes on weekends and weekday afternoons and evenings. We have a structured curriculum that includes such essential components as perspective, light and shadow, color theory, anatomy, and drawing and painting from from still-life, life, portraiture and landscape. The student begins with personal step-by-step instruction and works up the ladder of skill development to take on more independent projects. As skill grows, the imagination is more gracefully expressed. Our courses are not only designed for future artists. In our classes we also teach future leaders in science, medicine, law, engineering and business. We want our students to have confidence in their own visions and ideas.

We also offer a summer camp, a spring-break camp, and various day camps for children K through 5th grade. The camp curriculum includes Mandarin course work (at various levels of fluency.), drawing, painting, singing, dancing, calligraphy, and arts and crafts. 

A typical camp day includes a short field trip to play or to practice landscape drawing at a nearby recreational area such as Parkside Square on 28th Avenue & Vicente Street in San Francisco.
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