Changsha to Present Classic Works of Intangible Culture Heritage
Tantou wooden New Year painting “The Marriage of A Mouse”, one of the cultural relics collected in the British Museum
Tantou movable-type printing
A “Funny New Year” themed Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition opened at Meixi Academy bookstore in Changsha on February 6, 2018.
A number of representative classic works of intangible culture heritage from Shandong, Guizhou, Hunan, and Hubei were displayed, including New Year paintings, costumes, and movable-type printing. Artists from Beijing were specially invited to make innovative products out of these items.
The exhibition will display the following items:
Part 1: New Year paintings
Part 2: Longhui Huayao costumes (Hunan)
Part 3: Weifang Yangjiabu wooden New Year paintings (Shandong)
Part 4: Miao embroidery (Guizhou)
Part 5: Tujia Brocade “Xi Lan Ka Pu” (Hubei)
Part 6: Longhui Tantou movable-type printing (Hunan)
Part 7: Products out of intangible culture heritage (Beijing)
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Translator: Pang Yuehui
Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn