Traditional Chinese painting
, also known as shui mo (water and ink), is created using a brush dipped in ink and water. Practicing this delicate craft helps one quiet the mind and expand creativity, self-expression, and discipline. If you’re a budding artist who’s eager to learn more about this style, you can avail of the Intermediate Chinese Painting Workshop at the Yuchengco Museum. This course will run for 10 Saturday afternoons, beginning on April 27 until June 29. It will be taught by renowned Chinese painter Arsenia Lim, who has been teaching the craft for several decades. The workshop fee is P6,000, and you can purchase the necessary supplies on the first session. This is a great opportunity for art aficionados, so don’t pass it up!

For more information, contact Carla Martinez, the information officer of the Yuchengo Museum, at (632) 889-1234. You can also send an email to

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