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July-5-2022
Marvelous ceramic artworks born to shine in a difficult time
A number of marvelous and elegant ceramic artworks made by Tsinghua students during COVID-19 are now on display for the 2022 Online Graduation Exhibition of the Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University (AADTHU).
July-5-2022
Yuezhou fan inheritor in Central China's Hunan
Yuezhou fan, having a history of about 400 years, is one of the most famous fans in China for its delicacy.
July-5-2022
Retired teacher's works show inspiration of art
Self-taught painter Ma Ding'an makes a statement through her works that it is never too late to learn to paint, as long as one is determined to invest time, commitment and energy.
July-5-2022
Art school feeds children's dreams in Namibia
​At a structure made out of corrugated iron in Havana informal settlement on the outskirts of Windhoek, capital of Namibia, children were drawing images of idyllic scenes of peace, social issues, objects and ideal environments, reflecting their aspirations.
July-4-2022
Shenzhen museum spotlights xieyi-style oil paintings
The Guan Shanyue Art Museum in Shenzhen of Guangdong province has held an exhibition of oil paintings done in the xieyi style every year since 2015, and taken it across the country.
July-4-2022
Artworks show Xinjiang landscapes
An exhibition is underway at the Xinjiang Art Museum to mark the 101st anniversary of the founding of the CPC and embrace the upcoming 20th National Congress of the CPC.
July-4-2022
Museum vows to fight counterfeiting
The Gansu Provincial Museum will take legal action against any party that illegally infringes upon the intellectual property rights of one of its most famous products.
July-3-2022
​Biggest 3D-printed T-Rex on display at Universal Beijing Resort
Five life-size dinosaur models, including the world's biggest 3D-printed T-Rex, are on display at the Universal Beijing Resort, which resumed operations on June 25.
July-1-2022
Blueprint to boost heritage of traditional crafts revealed
A national-level blueprint to give stronger impetus for the protection and inheritance of traditional craftsmanship was announced by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Wednesday in Beijing.
June-30-2022
1st Olympic Arts competition to be launched in 2023
The International Olymp'Arts Committee (IOAC) announced on Wednesday that it will launch the first Olympic Arts competition in Geneva, Switzerland, in July 2023, hoping to provide an opportunity for talented artists worldwide to spread their message and become recognized global artists.
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