Traditional techniques of Bai debut in Three Gorges Museum
Craftsmen making handicrafts. (Photo provided by the interviewee)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- The Bai people who live in Yunnan Province have rich and colorful folk arts. As an exchange project of the China National Arts Fund in 2018, the "Tour Exhibition of Bai Traditional Arts and Crafts" from Yunnan has officially debuted in Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum. If you’re interested in it, you can visit the exhibition before February 25.
On the spot, more than 150 Bai folk arts and crafts works are exhibited, including traditional tie-dyeing, silverware, wood carving, embroidery, paper-cut, pottery, inkstone carving, cloth weaving and others. It shows the inheritance and development of Bai arts and crafts via art works exhibition, video playing and living exhibition of non-legacy inheritor of Intangible cultural heritage.
In addition, the inheritors of Bai Autonomous Prefecture of Dali presented a national non-legacy performance for the audience, including Bai tie-dyeing skills, Jianchuan wood carving and Heqing silver forging skills. (Translated by Jiang Yuling, Fathom Language Limited)