International Exhibition of Children's Paintings
The first International Exhibition of Children's Paintings kicked off at Tanghu Museum of Art on May 27. On display are 100 paintings from children home and abroad.
The exhibition is coorganized by the Wuhan People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, WEDZ (Hannan District) Federation of Trade Unions, and Tanghu Museum of Art.
The exhibition's organizers have received a total of 686 paintings from children living in Wuhan. Among them, 566 were contributed by Chinese children from Wuhan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong and 120 from countries such as the U.S.,
U.K., France, Russia, Japan, Canada, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Ukraine, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
After strict evaluation by experts, 100 paintings were selected for the exhibition. Among them, 67 are from China and 33 are from other countries.
Frequent subjects under the brushes of foreign children are landmarks in Wuhan such as the Yellow Crane Tower and the Hankou Customs House, which reflect a fruitful cultural exchange between Wuhan and the rest of the world.
The free exhibition continues until July 2.