Sounds of love
Known for her love songs Not Going Anywhere and End of May, Paris-based artist Keren Ann will perform live in Beijing on April 14 at the M-Space of Mastercard Center. A singer, composer and producer, she is a coffeehouse favorite thanks to her clean voice. Born in Israel, the artist moved to Paris at 11 and became a budding star in France. She has released six solo albums and her song Lay Your Head Down was the music for the international H&M Spring commercial.
7:30 pm, April 14, M-Space at the MasterCard Center, Wukesong cultural and sports center, Fuxinglu, Haidian district, Beijing. 010-6828-6386
Jewelry with a story
Ubi Gallery at Beijing presents six young Asian jewelry artists in its latest exhibit Hit Home. The artists explore the issues emerging from our changing and fast-moving lives. They found their own answers to questions about living, movement and urban community. Their jewelry reflects feeling at home in public spaces, rigid cultural patterns and rapid changes in networks. The show lasts until April 30.
11:30 am-6:30 pm, Wednesday to Sunday, till April 30, 39 Yangmeizhu Street, Dashilar, Xicheng district, Beijing. www.ubigallery.com.
Big eggs to color
Life Hub@Anting is presenting an exhibition of 30 giant Easter eggs that visitors are invited to paint. The mall will bring in artists to add some final touches.
10 am-10 pm, March 29-April 14. Life Hub@Anting, Moyu Road, Jiading district, Shanghai. 021-6950-2255.
Baby, Baby is a multi-media art show curated by Irish artists Fion Gunn and Niamh Cunningham. The exhibition takes a look at the next generation, the place they occupy in the present and in our hearts, their aspirations for the future and the world we are bequeathing them. The artists also explore definitions of birth and regeneration and how environmental and behavioral cycles develop and continue.
10 am-6 pm, March 22-April 5. The Irish Center - Unit 203, Central Plaza, 227 Huangpi Road N, Shanghai. 021-6327-3366.