Imagination has no boundaries

The "2018 International Children's Art & Science Exhibition" has a nice spread of art and science works of youngsters from China, Japan, South Korea, Ukraine and United States.

This is a youth exhibition about imagination and impossibility.

Organized by the Shanghai Art Collection Museum and the Committee of Science and Technology of Changning District, the “2018 International Children’s Art & Science Exhibition” has a nice spread of art and science works of youngsters from China, Japan, South Korea, Ukraine and United States.

The exhibits are divided into five areas: paper, metal, stone, ceramics and fiber. In each area, hand-made artifacts and objects will be presented along with those scientific pictures and texts, enabling the visitors to enjoy the artworks while learning the scientific knowledge behind at the same time.

For example, using the technology of sound, light and electricity, the paper car and paper bird are moving slowly. In another case, a series of small and vivid paper sculptures will stand out by combining paper pulps with 3D printing technology.

In the metal section, metal is not just a conductor used in physics classes. The technique of cloisonné, porcelain, inlay, filigree, variegated-copper and tin turns them into beautiful artworks.

Creative sculptures and paintings made of recyclable materials and the voice-control gardenia combining sound, light and electricity technology offer a new perspective to enjoy the beauty of metal works.

Date: Through December 25, 10am-4:30pm

Venue: Tianshan Park

Address: 1731 Yan’an Rd W.

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