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Painting a hopeful picture
In the past four months, Liu Zhiwen has recreated more than 150 famous portraits on a wall in his hometown Daowu village.
Portugal reactivates financial support for artistic projects
The Directorate-General for the Arts (DGArtes) of Portugal reopened on Friday the contests for artistic projects to win financial support worth 2.8 million euros (3.09 million U.S. dollars) in total.
Internet technology offers closer look at fine art
While the Memorial Hall of Xu Beihong has been closed in light of the coronavirus, art lovers can take a virtual tour of the former home of the renowned Chinese painter.
Stamp issued to remember the first Chinese scaling of Mt Qomolangma
China Post issued a stamp on May 25 commemorating the first Chinese mountain climbers reaching the summit of Mount Qomolangma, known as Everest in the West, six decades ago.
Chinese pastry chef envisions a sweet life as a fondant artist
Zhou Fei, 26, made these pieces of fondant art for the variety show Qiaoshou Shentan (meaning "the craft detectives").
Gallery Weekend Beijing heralds return of China's cultural scene
After months of postponement due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Gallery Weekend Beijing (GWBJ) returns to Beijing's 798 art district for the fourth time.
2,000-year-old bronze pot with unknown liquid unearthed
A 2,000-year-old bronze pot freshly unearthed in central China's Henan Province has contained more than 3,000 ml of unknown liquid.
Designing honor
Winning designs from a competition by a textile company are set to inspire love and solidarity in a world hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Cafes, restaurants in Lithuania become shop window
​Cafes and restaurants became a platform on Thursday to showcase collections by local designers affected by the COVID-19 lockdown as the country has allowed bars, cafes and restaurants to operate under strict safety rules.
8 art colleges join hands to hold open online classes
Eight art institutions across China are jointly organizing open online classes from May 16 to June 6 that center on epidemic prevention and control.
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