Calligraphy holds a significant place in Chinese culture and history with techniques that are embedded deeply in tradition. The brush, ink, ink stone and paper date back to the Han Dynasty (206BC – AD220).
The process transcended from a style of writing to an art form and has remained a representation of education, sophistication and style for centuries.
Part of China Changing Festival at South Bank Centre
First Performance 13:00-13:30
Second Performance 16:30-17:00