Led by our art educational expert, participants will delve deep into the exhibition, which presents 100 masterworks by 59 artists, including 8 women artists from the 14th to early 20th Century. One of the highlights of the exhibition is Flowers on a River, a 42-foot horizontal scroll by one of the greatest artists in Chinese history, Zhu Da (1626-1705), also commonly known as Bada Shanren.
A hands-on flower painting workshop will follow the docent-guided tour and discussion.
Dinner will be provided.
Location: China Institute, 40 Rector Street, New York, NY
2 hours of CTLE credits are offered for New York State teachers attending this program.
This series is made possible through the support of the Chinese International Education Foundation, and generous supporters of China Institute.