Patterns for Tao: Traditional Chinese Patterns and Innovative Design Art Exhibition
20-26 Jun 2022
Pitt Building, Cambridge

Tulip Patterned Ceramic

Patterns for Tao: Traditional Chinese Patterns and Innovative Design Art Exhibition in Cambridge

About this event

Chinese traditional patterns and designs are the essences imprinted in the memories of human historical development, which provide an eternal nexus for the origin, inheritance and prospering of civilization. Meanwhile, they deliver the internal rules and philosophical thinking of the aesthetics of nature. Patterns for Tao Art Exhibition is a collaboration with multiple museums and academic institutions in Guizhou Province. Dozens of Chinese traditional textile and cultural relics were carefully selected to be shown on this special occasion. This exhibition contains three main parts: Chinese traditional costumes; Chinese pattern paintings; and Chinese pattern creative designs. Visitors can fully immerse themselves in these works of art and experience the transformation and development of patterns in Chinese traditional textiles. Artworks created by teachers and students from the Art College of Minzu University will also be displayed. These works have retained strong and unique artistic features, to demonstrate the evolution of patterns in folk arts.

 

“Interdisciplinary Approach in Science and Art Education” Patterns for Tao Art Exhibition Opening Ceremony cum Science and Art Fusion Sino-British Forum 2022

Monday, 20th June 2022

Time: 9am-3pm

Tuesday, 21st June 2022

Time: 9am-12pm

Please register online to join the opening ceremony: https://forms.gle/D23EDEsu267FpTwg6

Keynote speakers:

 

  • Prof. David Cardwell FREng, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Strategy and Planning, University of Cambridge

  • Prof. Nicola Clayton FRS, Founding Director, Cambridge Centre for the Integration of Science, Technology and Culture, University of Cambridge; Fellow of the Royal Society

  • Prof. Clive Wilkins MMC, Founding Co-director, Cambridge Centre for the Integration of Science, Technology and Culture, Artists in Residence, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Art Exhibition opening time

Monday to Saturday, 20th-25th June 2022

9am-5pm

Sunday, 26th June

Time: 9am – 2pm

Venue: The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RP (Darwin and Newton Room)

Supporter/ The Cultural Section of the Embassy in the UK

Host/ Minzu University of China

Organiser/ China UK Development Council

Sponsor/ Tencent TiMi Studio Group

Partner/ Cambridge Centre for the Integration of Science, Technology and Culture (Cambridge University); Guizhou Provincial Museum; Ou Dong Hua Museum, Qiandongnan Prefecture, Guizhou Province

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