On October 31, 2019, the morning sun kissed Qingtian, and the breeze sent wisps of sweet-scented osmanthus fragrance. The museum welcomed the largest and youngest group of guests since its opening. ——Children from the institution kindergarten.
More than 160 kindergarten children under the leadership of the teacher, carrying a small drawing board and a water cup, came to the Ni Dongfang Art Museum at a cheerful pace, and started their special autumn outing activity-"Dialogue with Shi". This activity is mainly to cultivate children's emotions of loving the motherland, hometown, and traditional culture and art, as well as the ability to observe, appreciate and express the art of stone carving. Today, children will use their own unique ways to open up the art of stone culture The door.
The children visited each exhibition hall accompanied by the teacher and guided and explained by the museum staff. Along the way, the children were curious about all kinds of Qingtian stones and stone carvings. Everyone carefully observed the stone carvings, listened to the explanation carefully, and used small heads to think seriously about the questions raised by the staff; one after another. The exclamation of the children is undoubtedly the most touching confession of the children to the stone carving works and stone carving artists.
Before Grandpa Ni Dongfang’s second work of "Flowers and Full Moon", the children shouted out in unison: "This is "Flowers and Full Moon"!"; along the way, the children’s lovely voices always popped up: "Place in the cabinet. Can the Chinese bayberry be eaten?", "Is the dragon egg stone a dinosaur egg fossil?", "Is the water in the cup for the stone to drink?" "I will be an artist when I grow up!"...These are full of innocence What the words convey is the charm of stone culture and art.
After the visit, the children found their favorite stone sculptures, excitedly took out the drawing boards and brushes they carried, sat on the floor and began to paint decently. Although the postures were casual, the expressions were very focused, and they often interacted with those around them. The partners talked about the stone sculptures in their own eyes. At this moment, the children have integrated into the art world of stone sculptures. The brushes in their hands express their feelings to the art of stone sculptures, and they use painting to give stone sculptures a new artistic flavor.
Works Appreciation "HuangShouShi" Ni Dongfang
After the event, the children politely thanked the staff and left in an orderly manner. Their arrival has injected a breath of vitality into the museum and also provided new blood for the stone culture and art. I believe this trip to the museum, Children will have a deeper understanding and affection for their hometown and the stone culture and art of their hometown, and will use their own strength to inherit, protect and carry forward this traditional culture and art that belongs to their hometown Qingtian and belongs to each Qingtian people.