The Da Vinci of Taiwan

The ‘Da Vinci of Taiwan’- special exhibition of artworks by painter, sculptor and temple designer Mei-Shu Li (1902-1983)
 The exhibition will be at Leiden Square.

The Da Vinci of Taiwan

About this event

Starts: Saturday 20 July 2019 10:00 AM

Ends: Sunday 11 August 2019 5:00 PM

At: Westgate Shopping Centre, Queen Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1NZ

Organised by: Dragon Discoveries

The ‘Da Vinci of Taiwan’- special exhibition of artworks by painter, sculptor and temple designer Mei-Shu Li (1902-1983)
 The exhibition will be at Leiden Square.

Activities will be held at both Leiden Square and Rooftop Terrace from Saturday 20th July to Sunday 11th August:

Various activities for families to experience art, culture and life from the Far East including:
•        Storytelling of Chinese legends
•        Traditional art of Papercutting
•        Chinese ink painting
•        Chinese brush calligraphy
The entire event will be in the format of ‘Drop In’ sessions and the Programme will repeat every two hours from 11 am each day.

Sunday 21 July 2019: Opening ceremony of Mei-Shu Li Exhibition on Rooftop Terrace. 

Header Image Credit: Da Vinci of Taiwan

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