Upcoming Events

May 27, 2016

Middle Kingdom Exhibit

Middle Kingdom Exhibit
Featuring the very first artists who showcased the beauty of Chinese art in the Garden:
Sheila Chao, Cynthia Wu, David Yip, Kelvin Lau, and Connie King

May 27 – June 29, 2016
Opening Reception: June 5, 2016 | 2-4pm
Included with Garden admission
Free for Garden Members

The Garden presents Middle Kingdom marking the return of the five artists who were first to display art on the Garden’s walls. Sheila Chao, Cynthia Wu, David Yip, Kelvin Lau and Connie King, all members of the Chinese Artists Association, have come together to exhibit their new works. This collection displays traditional Chinese painting on various mediums from paper fans to rock, portraying symbols and scenes of what the artists interpret as the essence of Chinese culture and the Garden.

 

Start: May 27, 2016 10:00 am
End: June 29, 2016 6:00 pm

July 17, 2016

Penjing Workshop & Plant Sale

Penjing Workshop & Plant Sale

Registration for our upcoming Summer Penjing Workshop is open!

Join Master Pin Lee and penjing enthusiasts of all levels in a workshop about pruning techniques, summer care, repotting for evergreens, and more.

The workshop will take place during National Garden Days along with a sale featuring a great selection of plants, many of which are perfect for training as penjing and bonsai.

ANNUAL PLANT SALE
June 17 – 19, 2016
Eight Treasures Shop | Included with Garden Admission

Summer WORKSHOP: Pruning & Potting
Saturday June 18, 2016  | 2pm-4pm
$18 General | $5 Garden Member 

LIMITED SPOTS | RSVP Required
604-662-3207 ext. 205
education@vancouverchinesegarden.com

Bring your own plants and pots, or purchase some at the workshop.
Soil and tools provided.

 

Start: July 17, 2016 10:00 am
End: August 19, 2016 5:00 pm

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