One hundred calligraphy works are waiting for you in Southwest University
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Recently, a cursive calligraphy exhibition of 10 young calligraphers from Chongqing, co-organized by Southwest University and sponsored by Chongqing Young Calligraphers Association, opened at the Museum of Southwest University, with a total of 100 cursive calligraphy works on site.
The opening ceremony (Picture provided by the interviewee)
The exhibition has received cursive works created by more than 300 young calligraphers and calligraphy enthusiasts in the city since the public call for submissions. The authors included undergraduates from Chongqing University, Southwest University, Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing Normal University and other major universities. Students, masters, doctors, as well as the backbone of calligraphy creation in various districts and counties, and the rookies in the calligraphy circle who have won awards in various exhibitions across the country in recent years, basically showing the current situation of young calligraphers in Chongqing.
Work on display (Picture provided by the interviewee)
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Chongqing Young Calligraphers Association. In order to cultivate young calligraphy talents and showcase the outstanding achievements of Chongqing youth calligraphy, the Chongqing Young Calligraphers Association specially organized an exhibition of ten young calligraphers in Chongqing.
Works on display (Picture rovided by the interviewee)
After layer by layer selection, 10 authors stand out. Each author provides 10 cursive works, which constitute the exhibition content.
In addition, the exhibition will last until November 19, and you can visit the exhibition free of charge by appointment. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)