Home to the beloved giant pandas and the appetising spicy cuisine, Sichuan has more to offer as the most important cultural base in Southwest China, with its rich history and a deep-rooted cultural heritage, from the mysterious Sanxingdui culture of the Ancient Shu Kingdom in the Bronze Age (c. 1700 – c. 1500 BC), to the cutting edge art by the contemporary artists from the Chengdu Blue Roof Art Zone.
For the upcoming September, China Cultural Centre in Sydney is thrilled to present Sichuan Culture Month, a elaborately curated program showcasing the abundant culture of Sichuan. Mark your diary for a performance art exhibition at the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide, an exhibition showcasing Sichuan’s visual cultural and creative art and a talk on the ancient Shu civilization in Sydney, the unmissable contemporary dance and rap music in both Sydney and Melbourne, and the exciting experience of the face changing and acrobatics performance at the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide again.
- “WE”—Contemporary Dance & Rap Music
- Ancient Shu Civilization