Art academy showcases graduate talent in public exhibition

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2024-06-12 09:53
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Works of this year's graduates of Chinese National Academy of Arts are on show at the Chinese Traditional Culture Museum. [Photo provided to China Daily]

In a shift from tradition, art academies are embracing a new paradigm by opening the doors of graduate student showcases to the broader public, a departure from the exclusive confines of the professional art world.

The Chinese National Academy of Arts is currently hosting Look at the Past, to Know the Future, an engaging exhibition featuring a diverse array of fine arts and design works created by its talented graduates. Held at the Chinese Traditional Culture Museum in Beijing until Friday, this showcase offers a unique opportunity for art enthusiasts to witness the creative prowess of emerging artists.

The exhibition is a vibrant tapestry of Chinese paintings, calligraphic masterpieces, intricately crafted seal engravings, sculptures, ceramics, digital media artworks, and cultural preservation projects. Through these eclectic displays, viewers are not only treated to a glimpse of artistic innovation but also witness the evolving landscape of cultural heritage preservation efforts, highlighting the dynamic interplay between tradition and contemporary expression.

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