Chinese teenagers and young children these days take up a lot of extracurricular courses, both after school and on the weekend. And fine art training is one of the most favored among the non-academic programs.
This year’s Fourth Biennial of Teenager and Children’s Art showcased the creativity and imagination of young artists from across the country with a selection of some 800 paintings and calligraphic works.
The works featured at the show were on the environment.
The biennial was held at the Taihu Academy of Traditional Chinese Art in Beijing last week.And after the Beijing leg, these works will travel to other Chinese cities for exhibiting.