(Central News Agency reporter Yang Sirui, Tainan, 21st) The Tainan City Cultural Relics Association expanded its annual member collection exhibition this year. It will be on display at the No. 1 Gallery of Quy Nhon Cultural Center from the 17th to December 10th. Hundreds of cultural relics are on display, including a section dedicated to the master of jade carving Huang Fushou. , allowing Tainan people to appreciate the works of famous artists nearby.
Today’s press release from the Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Tainan City Government stated that the Tainan City Cultural Relics Association has been established for nearly 40 years and has held member exhibitions at the Tainan City Cultural Center every year to lead the public to understand Chinese culture and craftsmanship through cultural relics display and dialogue. The city government will expand the Tainan 400 event in 2024 and hold the 2023 Annual Member Exhibition at the Qui Nhon Cultural Center.
The Cultural Affairs Bureau pointed out that the exhibition is divided into five areas, including porcelain, jade, bronze, purple clay ware, and an area dedicated to the jade carving master Huang Fushou, who was selected as a “National Treasure of the World” by the Ministry of Culture. A total of more than hundreds of cultural relics are on display.
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The Cultural Affairs Bureau pointed out that the theme of this exhibition is “Full of Antiquity and Unique Craftsmanship.” In addition to learning from the past, developing and understanding history and culture from the information provided by ancient cultural relics, telling the 400-year-old culture of the city, it also integrates modern creations. It echoes the ancient jade carving art and symbolizes Taiwan’s spirit of continuous progress.
The Cultural Affairs Bureau pointed out that the exhibition has also arranged several special lectures, inviting well-known hosts Dai Zhongren, Huang Fushou, Tainan City Cultural Relics Association Chairman Hou Longxing, Tainan City Cultural Relics Association Vice Chairman Liu Zhenhan and others to lead the public to appreciate the precious treasures through dialogue. cultural relics. (Editor: Huang Shiya) 1121121
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