Chinese Umbrella Painting!
Exercise your creativity & paint your very own oil umbrella!
About the workshop
According to historical records, the first oil-paper umbrellas in China appeared during the Han Dynasty (25-220). They soon became popular, especially amongst artists and literatis who loved writing and drawing on the umbrellas.
Oil paper umbrellas also play an important role in traditional Hakka weddings, where they are given as dowry. This is because, in Hakka dialect, the word for “paper” and “child” has the same sound, so the umbrellas are a blessing for the bride to have many sons and grandsons!
In this engaging workshop, learn about the art of oil-paper umbrellas and paint your very own to bring home! This workshop is available as a team building activity too – find out more here!
What you will experience
- Learn about the history and origins of oil-paper umbrellas in China
- Exercise your creativity and express yourself freely!
- Paint and take home your one-of-a-kind umbrella! ☂️
Cancellation is free of charge 24 hours before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.