Ink painting and calligraphy are unique art forms within traditional Chinese culture. For almost a century, western and Chinese cultures have collided and intermingled, a process that has continued to present an ever-changing set of challenges for artists.
Archives for March 2013
Mon 1, English Corner — Love’s Many Phases Fri 5, Norwegian Band – Philco Fiction Mon 8, English Corner – Love & Marriage Fri 12, Cinema Club – “Yes Man” @ 1900 Mon 15, Too Much – Exhibition Opening , Artist Filip Carlsson – @0830 Sat 20, Lady’s Night @ 1800 Mon 22, English Corner […]
Date: 2013-3-30 Saturday 7-9pm (Entrance 10 yuan) It’s finally Easter celebration! Easter celebration? Maybe you have never heard of it? Easter is a very important holiday in Swedish tradition and now we are bringing the celebration to China. We will show why we celebrate Easter and the evening will also include egg painting, games, treasure hunt, […]
Date: 2013-3-23 Saturday 3-4:30pm(Free Entrance) Theme: The “life” in National Dances! Teacher: Ou Yang Jia Lan About the Workshop We hope that through this workshop, you will be able to know the different styles of minority folk dances from the Wa, Dai, and Lisu, three ethnic groups in in Yunnan. By studying the movements of […]