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Jan 15 : Chinese Paper Cutting [窗花剪纸艺术]

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RM 150.00
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Paper-Cutting is an important tradition and art form of Chinese folk life. During festivals and holidays like the Lunar New Year, every home must have some paper-cuttings adorning their walls, windows or doors. In this workshop, participants will learn basic skills of paper-cutting through folding and cutting the paper and create unique Year of the Tiger art pieces. This workshop is available for ages 6 and up.


Chinese Paper Cutting [窗花剪纸艺术]

✅ Date : 15 January 2023 (Sunday)
✅ Time : 10am-1pm
✅ Fees : RM150/pax - RM280/pair


Venue 地点:
A SPACE TO_. (Opposite Seventeen Mall)
936-1, Jalan 17/38, Seksyen 17, Petaling Jaya
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Language of learning: Multiple
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Ms Yeng Yeng has been a papercutter about 12 years experiences . Collaborated and culture exchanged at Shanghai, China.

The art of paper cutting (jiǎnzhǐ 剪纸) in China may date back to the second century a.c., since paper was invented by Cai Lun in the Eastern Han Dynasty in China. As paper became more affordable, paper-cutting became one of the most important types of Chinese folk art. Later, this art form spread to other parts of the world, with different regions adopting their own cultural styles. Because the cut- outs are often used to decorate doors and windows, they are sometimes referred to as chuāng huā (窗花), window flowers or window paper-cuts. People glued the paper cuts to the exterior of windows, so the light from the inside would shine through the negative space of the cutout.  Usually, the artworks are made of red paper, as red is associated with festivities and happiness in Chinese culture, but other colours were also used. Normally paper-cutting artwork is used on festivals like Spring Festival, weddings and childbirth. paper cuts always symbolize luck and happiness.
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* Provided more than 10 design (modern & traditional)

💕WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
✅ Cutting skill
✅ Imagination
✅ Folding skill and create difference type of pattern


💕WHAT ACTIVITIES INVOLVED
You will create your own artwork which you can then take home with you. Your work can then be mounted into a frame and given as a present, or displayed in your own home. You will also learn how to create your own designs for future artworks.

💕BRING HOME
✅  Your beautiful artwork
✅  Scissor
✅  Red colour rice paper(A3 size / A4 size)
✅  A3 size white frame




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