Lantern making festivities at the newly opened Pengpu Town culuture center.
Sunday picnic & drawing party!
A weekend of investigations in forest and field.
Create a lantern with bamboo and rice paper in preparation for the moon festival!
Compare local leaf specimens with those from distant places.
Create a collective portrait of Cinnamomum camphora at ‘Fantastical Botanical’ Spring bazaar.
What’s on a leaf? in a leaf? all around a leaf?
The remarkable Cinnamomum camphora is one of Shanghai’s most populous tree species. Let’s get acquainted.
A riddle: All food comes from the sun, but at the table I’m number one.
A tribute to tree species around us and our (very distant) common ancestry.
What are the oldest extant tree species in Shanghai?
Two days of sensing and interpreting by the creekside.
Consider the miracle of color vision.
Plants, people, mobility.
Patterns, color, motion, mind.
Drop in and draw! Our theme is: Face.
Check the fluctuating spectrum on the color wheel and analyze yourself!
Choose your favorite ecograph and inscribe it on the scriptorium walls at ARTHarbin.
Celebrate Shanghai’s colorful streetscapes at the Good Gift Fair.
A series of murals made on Jiashan Road
Explore the boundaries between wood and earth (i.e. soil).
8 hours. Drawing implements. Imagination. A cake.
A field study, a museum talk, a drawing workshop. Classical Chinese landscape painting and personal observations in the field.
What traces do our aspirations leave, hanging in the air?
Making traditional paper and bamboo kites.
Create a new symbol for “air” using Chinese brush and ink.
Build a scriptorium. Experiment with earth, water, fire, wood and metal. Paint the scriptorium walls.
Add your favorite ecograph to the the fair gates!
Create a personal symbol for eco-values using Chinese brush and ink on paper.
“City of Questions, City of Stuff”, is a group installation created by ten artists working in Shanghai, each contributing a small component of an imaginary city made from materials that might otherwise have been discarded.
Pencil drawing, charcoal sketch, figure study, line drawing. Drawing on the table, drawing under the table, drawing in the open air…
An action-discussion about eco-values
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