Chinese Fan Painting
Time & Location
About the Event
The Chinese fan has a long history and became an integral part of national culture in China. A round silk fan was especially favored by ladies in the palace in the Tang dynasty and has gained in popularity ever since. The patterns on fans are diverse, including calligraphy, painting of landscape, plants, characters, etc. It is not only an elegant way to cool down, but also tells the story of Chinese art.
In this event, we will have the opportunity to learn how to appreciate Chinese painting and calligraphy, and make a beautiful fan under the guidance of the teacher.
Monday, February 17
9:45 AM Registration, 10 AM to 12 PM
RMB 180 (includes instruction and our own fan)
Mandarin Inn Chinese School
1280 Huaihai Rd. (M), near Huating Rd.
(metro line 1 or 7 to Changshu Road station, exit 1)
Please complete the online registration by February 9. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Jacqueline Mück, We-Chat: jacquelinemueck.
If you are unable to attend the event after receipt of confirmation, please notify us immediately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If it's the day of the event, please ALSO notify the coordinator listed on the event by phone, text or WeChat.
If you need to cancel after February 9, our SEA cancellation policy applies which states you might still have to pay for your registered event, depending on the vendor. SEA will contact you to collect the fee for the missed event.