Bamboo has significant culture importance in China and other East Asian countries, represents good character of real gentleman and nobles. The traditional of bamboo and orchid painting had been around for many centuries and some techniques had been used for over 1000 years.
This one day workshop will start with introducing the history of Chinese bamboo painting then the common techniques related to the Chinese soft brushes and ink. Students can anticipate completing at least 3 pieces of Chinese painting artwork during the workshop. Demonstration and plenty of personal attention will be provided during the class. This workshop is suitable for both beginners and advanced students.
To secure your place on this enjoyable course please use the University’s ePay system or you can download this PDF Form which you will then need to complete and return to our office with a cheque made out to the University of Edinburgh for the appropriate amount. (Please note we are no longer accepting cash payment in our office)
The workshop will be led by our institute’s artist Chi Zhang. For more information and to see Chi’s work please visit HERE.
One-to-one tutorials and small group workshops can also be arranged.
Please email email@example.com or call us on 0131 662 2180 to discuss.
DATE: SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER
COST: £50 (£40) including all materials
LOCATION: Confucius Institute for Scotland Campus, Abden House