|Photography by Yuan-Hsiung Wang & Xue Qian|
Officially beginning on Saturday 28 January, celebrate the Year of the Rooster in 2017 with traditional and contemporary Chinese cultural events at Nottingham Lakeside Arts which people of all ages can participate in and enjoy.
Led by Dragon Dancers and in a spectacular world premiere, Nottingham-based digital artist Barret Hodgson will illuminate Nottingham University's iconic Trent Building with Jixiang (Propitious) a visual feast of digital projections which capture contemporary and traditional elements of Chinese art and culture. There will be six different opportunities to see the projection over the course of two nights on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January. The event is FREE but booking is essential.
Visitors to Lakeside Arts can also enjoy a FREE photography exhibition in the Wallner Gallery by Yuan-Hsiung Wang and Xue Qian of traditional artisans in South West China ahead of the New Year projections. And there is the opportunity to create your own piece of art in the Chinese Brush Painting For Beginners workshops with visiting artist from Ningbo Jiang Hongsheng.
For more details and dates of events, please visit Lakeside’s website here or call the Box Office on 0115 846 7777
|Image by Barret Hodgson|