'How to Read a Painting' is an interactive online art talk, helping people understand how to analyse the story, colour, gaps, symbolism, texture, title etc.
In this talk, you will be introduced to 10 Chinese symbols, their history and meaning and how they still influence Chinese life and art.
Join us for this special lecture on Contemporary Art of Japan and explore its surprising commonalities with Western art and culture.
In this talk we will explore winter solstice traditions and universal connectivity of light in the darkest months, from Yule, Chanukah, Christmas, Krampusnacht, Twelfth Night, New Years Eve.
Looking beyond 2D and 3D art, we will explore artists who create windows into new worlds through their immersive art works. Key artists we will explore are Yayoi Kusama, James Turrell, Olafur Eliasson.
We'll study the principles of the design practices such as Feng Shui, Vaastu Shastra and more, which have helped human beings create transformative spaces.
Cultural key words shed lights on the way people communicate and think, more importantly, their core values and how they see the world.
Join this incredible talk about Japanese kimono and female role in a modern society and dive into intimate traditions of this mysterious culture.
In this lecture you will be introduced to some fun facts about Chinese people's beliefs when it comes to colours and numbers.
This talk aims to offer some insights on the uniqueness of Chinese gardens and Chinese passion for Bonsai.
What can we learn from Japanese food culture? How can we create balance through our meals? What should we consider to transform our routine around food preparation to improve our health and wellbeing? Join us for this wonderful conversation bringing together culinary art with ancient Japanese philosophy.
This lecture will draw parallels between contemporary artists who are using their creative practices to bring to light political issues of present day.
Join us for this fascinating talk and learn how a simple act like tea making can help you to slow down, absorb the imperfection of what is in life and take a moment to rebuild your own sense of balance.