On June 18, SCMZU held students’ painting and calligraphy exhibition in Guanggu Art Museum to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. Students of all ethnic groups expressed praise and blessing to the Party and the motherland as well as the love for the excellent traditional Chinese culture through their paintings and calligraphy works.
This painting and calligraphy exhibition collected a total of 126 works from college students, including Calligraphy, traditional Chinese painting, hard-tipped pen calligraphy works, and the bamboo slips of Chu, among which 105 works were displayed in the exhibition, and 33 works won prizes. These works eulogized the century-long struggle of Communist Party of China, showed the world-renowned achievements that the Chinese people of all ethnic groups have made under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, depicted the beautiful rivers and mountains of the motherland, and expressed the sincere love for the Party, the country, and socialism.
Mr. Li Guanglai, from repairing craft studio of traditional painting and calligraphy mounting of intangible cultural heritage project in School of Fine Arts, is introducing the works to the audience. Photographer: Liang Xiaoxiao
Song Fajun, the Deputy Secretary of CPC and Vice Principal, announced at the opening ceremony that it was a significant activity for SCMZU to celebrate the centennial birthday of the Party and carry out in-depth study of Party history, and also an important carrier for passing down the revolutionary traditions of ethnic colleges and universities, carrying forward the fine traditional culture, and consolidating the sense of community for the Chinese nation. He pointed out that the art of painting and calligraphy was the splendid treasure of the excellent traditional Chinese culture. Every piece of work displayed in this exhibition was full of deep love towards the Party and the motherland from young college students as well as artistic and ideological quality.
Pu Qinming, from School of Ethnology and Sociology Grade 2019, loved calligraphy since childhood, and he wrote Mao Zedong's poems in running script. “At the very moment of the Party’s centennial birthday, I feel very excited that my calligraphy are displayed in the university’s painting and calligraphy exhibition.” said Pu, who was from Yao nationality in Guangxi Province. “We appreciated the beauty of shapes and meanings of Chinese characters from the writing in seal script, clerical script, regular script, running script, and cursive script. We had a deep understanding of the original aspiration and mission of the Communists from these revolutionary poems.”
This painting and calligraphy exhibition lasted for six days, and the works on site were arranged in the chronological order of the development of the Party.
(Editor: Feng Shanshan Source: Student Affairs Office)