Painting and calligraphy exhibitions are being held in Zhoushan to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC). [Photo/zhoushan.cn]
Painting and calligraphy exhibitions were held in Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang province on April 23 to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), local media reported.
As the first part of the celebratory exhibitions, the calligraphy exhibition of Dai Yuan, a renowned contemporary female calligrapher, will last until May 6.
The calligraphy exhibition displays dozens of Dai's works, including rubbings of pictures drawn in bricks of Han Dynasty (206 BC-220) and words about changes in Zhoushan.
Moving forward, more exhibitions about intangible cultural heritage items, artware, and paintings will be held this year to celebrate the anniversary.
As a sponsor of the exhibitions, Zhoushan Newspaper Media Group announced the establishment of the studio for cultural figures at the Zhoushan Newspaper Cultural and Creation Industry Park on the same day.
The industry park has been functioning as a venue for cultural and artistic exchanges, exhibitions, as well as sales to promote the development of the cultural industry in Zhoushan since its establishment.
Currently, a cultural market, an integration development platform of the marine culture industry, as well as an ocean film and animation base have been built in the park.