"Washington Double Oak Park Taiwan Craft Exhibition".
The picture shows the "Sake Kettle" created by Li Jianyou, Chen Qiongru and Zhang Zhengkai.
(Provided by Craft Center)
[Reporter Tu Yingru/Taipei Report] The "Washington Shuang Oak Park Taiwan Craft Exhibition" led by the Craft Center will be on display from October 5th to January 31st, 2023, Washington, DC time, during which 28 Taiwanese crossovers will be exhibited. The works of generations of craftsmen outline the theme of "Green Talk—Taiwan Craft So Well" with Taiwan's local betel nut sheath, domestic forest materials, rush weaving and other works, discussing the spiritual value of green craftsmanship, seeking nature, circulation, balance and tolerance and vitality, echoing Taiwan's culturally shared responsibility for the earth with the world.
Li Jihong's "Quiet Silk", one of the exhibits in this "Green Talk Craft Exhibition", is made of raw lacquer, fiber and gold leaf.
(Photo by reporter Tu Yingru)
At the press conference before the exhibition yesterday (26th), Zhang Renji, director of the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Center, said that Green refers to the character of Taiwan's craft culture, and Talk is to establish a dialogue with the world.
Shuang Oak Park is an important place for the ambassador to the United States to entertain guests. It has a history of more than 200 years. This "Green Talk Craft Exhibition" will be held on the same day as the National Day Gala of Shuang Oak Park. On the day of the party, two Taiwanese exhibitors will be invited. Craftsmen, lead the party VIPs to experience the craftsmanship and DIY activities, and appreciate the exquisite beauty of Taiwanese craftsmanship.
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In addition to the exhibition at Double Oak Park, the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Center will also exhibit 17 outstanding Taiwanese craft creations at the World Trade Center at the Reagan Building in Longna from October 12 to October 14, Washington, D.C. time.
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