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Opening Ceremony of “Autumn, Spring And Autumn” Traditional Chinese Style Painting Exhibition was successfully Held

Opening Ceremony of “Autumn, Spring And Autumn” Traditional Chinese Style Painting Exhibition was successfully Held






At 3 p.m. local time on October 5th, “Autumn, Spring and Autumn” traditional Chinese style painting exhibition was held successfully at Latvian National Museum of History. The exhibition was held jointly by “Flying Brush” Studio and Confucius Institute. The exhibition time is from October 5th to November 3rd.

First of all, Ms.Wang Dan from the Chinese culture center brought the Chinese musical instrument Guzheng solo to the guests. Ms. Bai Kaixia, the principle of the “Flying Brush” Studio, warmly welcomed and thanked all the guests present. She shared her creative process and insights. Then, Professor Shang Quanyu, the Chinese director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Latvia, delivered a speech. Professor Shang affirmed the great significance of this cultural exchange. Later, two musicians brought the performance of Chinese musical instrument also the Latvia national instrument to everyone. After the performance, the curator led the guests to enjoy the Chinese freehand brushwork and visit the museum.

The exhibition shows Jekaterina Belajeva’s 12 paintings and 4 fans in traditional Chinese painting style. Jekaterina Belajeva, a Latvian painter, artist and teacher of arts, is the principle of the studio of Chinese painting “Flying brush”. She is studying Chinese language in Confucius Institute’s teaching site — Latvia Academy of Culture.These paintings are Jekaterina Belajeva’s personal impressions from the Autumn and Spring perception in China with her Latvian eyes. Some of the paintings were made with the Chinese teacher from Anhui Province called Liu Feng Wen’s guidance online.

The Dauderi branch of the National Museum of history in Latvia was a family owned by a German brewery owner in nineteenth Century. It was the palace of president and Prime Minister Ulmanis for 1937-1940 years, and became a branch of the National Museum of history in Latvia after 2010.

This event is an important opportunity for cultural communication and a good platform for cultural exchanges. We hope that the relationship between China and Latvia will be closer.

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