Beginner Chinese Calligraphy for Kids
Join artist Jojo Liu as she teaches the art of traditional Chinese calligraphy in honor of Asian Heritage Month. This demonstration will include how to hold a brush, write basic strokes, and write standing.
This workshop is for kids ages 8 and up. All supplies will be provided!
Registration is required, and space is limited! Registration opens on Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-935-8435 to claim a spot for your child. Please note that participants will gather in-person at the library, but Jojo will join us virtually from San Francisco.
About the facilitator, Jojo Liu:
Chinese calligraphy is one of the most traditional art forms in the world and is truly representative of Eastern art and culture. My grandfather inspired and taught me to practice Chinese calligraphy from a young age, and I continue to have more love for it every day.
By introducing my experience and passion, I present a modern twist to traditional Chinese calligraphy. My work strikes a delicate balance between traditional calligraphy art with a personal flair.
I hope to continue to spread my passion for Chinese calligraphy as an art form in today’s world. I’m a current board member for the San Francisco Chinese Arts Association (舊金山中華藝術學會) as well as a member of the American Artist Association (美國藝術家協會). My work was published in the 2018 San Francisco Chinese Arts Association Member Catalogue and in the 2019 Chinese American Artists in Los Angeles Member Catalogue.