Friday Culture Activities 周五文化活动

Friday Culture Activities

1. Chinese calligraphy

Calligraphy is a traditional art form that involves writing Chinese characters with a brush and ink. It is considered one of the highest forms of visual art in Chinese culture, valued not only for its aesthetic qualities but also for its expression of the writer’s personality, emotions, and cultural identity. It has been practiced for thousands of years and remains an important cultural and artistic tradition in China and around the world. Everyone is welcome and all the supplies will be provided.  Every Friday  from January 26 to April 26, except 2/16(Chinese program Chinese New year celebration) 3/15 and 3/22( Spring break), 2-3:30 in Room 102  at 434 Temple Street. Email if you have any questions. 

2.Traditional Chinese painting

Traditional Chinese painting, often referred to as “国画” (guóhuà) in Mandarin, is a rich and ancient art form with a history spanning thousands of years. It is characterized by its unique techniques, materials, and aesthetics, which distinguish it from other forms of art. Artists primarily uses brush and ink as its main tools.

Join us for an enriching and creative experience that will not only introduce you to the rich traditions of Chinese culture, learn ink-painting techniques step by step but also help nurture your own artistic talents. All materials will be provided. in Room 102 at 434 Temple Street; 3:30-4:30 every Friday  from January 26 to April 19, except 2/16(Chinese program Chinese New year celebration) 3/8, 3/15 and 3/22( Spring break),  3/29 (Karaoke).  Email if you have any questions

3. Chinese Karaoke Hour

Come sing your heart out! Learn and sing along to popular Chinese tunes, immerse yourself in the language, culture, and pop songs of China. Have a blast with your fellow students–Don’t miss out!  Friday March 29, 2-3:30 in Room 102 at 434 Temple StreetEmail or if you have any questions