We believe art education should be fun and inspiring, giving folks, regardless of their ages, a window to experience firsthand rich cultures behind. Our team makes free crafts materials that can be downloaded and printed at home for the whole family to enjoy (though we hope you would join our in-person craft table). We produce educational videos, in cooperation with our members and partners, to keep high-quality art resources accessible to more friends.

Online Class


Peking Opera Mask

Peking Opera is one of the most acclaimed Chinese opera forms. The roles in Peking Opera are diverse, each with its unique costume, prop, and of course coloring facial makeup. Grab your pen set and create your own Peking Opera mask!

Chinese Music Instruments

Chinese music covers a highly diverse range of music from the traditional to the modern. Traditional instruments include Dizi and Xiao (woodwind), Guqin, Guzheng and Pipa (plucked strings), erhu and jinghu (bowed strings), bell and gong (percussion), just to name a few.

Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese calligraphy is the writing of Chinese characters as an art form with the use of ink and brush, also known as one of the four treasures of a Chinese study: bi (brush), mo (inkstick), zhi (paper), yan (inkstone). Grab a brush pen or a real brush to give it a shot!

Chinese Papercutting

Papercutting is one of the most important types of Chinese folk art. The artworks, symbolizing luck and happiness, are usually made of red paper and used on auspicious events like Spring Festival, weddings and childbirth. Borrow a pair of scissors and let the magic begin. Parental guidance is highly recommended.