NY INSIGHT Forum
Chiyou Cup Music Art festival
Graduation Art Exhibtion
Chengdu Creativity & Design Week
Minority culture is an integral part of Chinese culture. The “ChiYou Cup” Cross-Straits Culture and Art Festival is a new cross-strait exchange platform launched by ChiYou Jiuli City, which is mainly committed to the exchange and study of Chinese culture, especially about ethnic minority culture. Focusing on music, the first edition aims to bring more people to explore the cultures of ethnic minorities on both sides of the Strait and regional cultural characteristics. Participants have the opportunity to give full play to their strengths, so as to promote the traditional Chinese culture , advance the common development and innovation of culture, tourism, culture & innovation, culture & commerce, culture & education and other industries across the strait.
Wenchang Cup Cross-Strait Youth Bashu Creative Design Competition
“HER DESIGN —To Take Away Chengdu” Creative Design Competition
To present Wenchang Cup Cross-Strait Youth Bashu Culture Creative Design Competition in colleges and universities like Arts school of the Sichuan University Jinjiang College, Art college of Southwest Minzu University, College of Chinese & ASEAN Arts of Chengdu University , Art College of Chengdu College of University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, The College of Arts & Design of Sichuan Technology and Business University, Sichuan University of Culture and Arts, and etc..
After years of careful research and in-depth communication with culture and art colleges and universities in Sichuan Province, we will take on our advantages and strive to establish a school-enterprise cooperation platform where institutions and enterprises can reach consensus on establishing a long-term and efficient strategic cooperation model with colleges and universities in Sichuan Province which are academic representatives in the culture and art industries.
This kind of cooperation will boost the increase of students’ social practices; it helps students to combine their theoretical knowledge learned in colleges with the needs of the market and enterprises through ways such as creative design and talent incubation; letting students be part of the cultural community construction, public culture and art services, and professional exhibitions will be beneficial for them to grow their social knowledge and for universities to enhance the talent output.