On April 11th, Swedish printmaker Anne-Lie Larsson Ljung hosted a unique linocut workshop at China Cultural Center in Stockholm. Anne-Lie is an artist and the Chairman of Grafiska sällskapet / The Swedish Printmakers´ Association. She was born in Örebro and grew up in southern Närke. She has lived and worked in Stockholm since 1979. Anne-Lie was educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Art College and Gerlesborg School in Stockholm. Her work has been shown in several separate exhibitions at galleries and art galleries in Sweden.

During the workshop, participants learned the fundamentals of linocut, including material selection, carving techniques, and the process of printmaking. Anne-Lie shared her understanding and insights into Chinese culture with the participants, guiding them to incorporate these concepts into their own artwork.

Through hands-on practice, participants not only created personalized linocut pieces during the event, but also demonstrated their respect and love for Chinese culture. This workshop was not just an opportunity for artistic creation, but also a platform for cross-cultural exchange. Through art, participants deepened their understanding of Chinese culture. We look forward to organizing more similar events in the future, providing more people with opportunities to explore, experience, and appreciate Chinese and Swedish culture.

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