The first M50 Chinese and foreign children's creative art exhibition in Shanghai
On October 28, 2017, the first M50 Chinese and foreign children's creative art exhibition kicked off at No. 50 Moganshan road, Putuo district. Sponsored jointly by Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation - Yunheng Public Welfare Fund and Shanghai M50 Cultural Creative Industry Development Co., LTD., Ding Ding Creative Children Art Institution, as well as Online Parent-Child Jingle, the first M50 Chinese and foreign children's Creative art competition with " Creativity, let the children have take-off wings" as its theme, has collected a total of 5,000 Chinese and foreign children’s creative paintings, since its launch in June this year. Selected by experts, 203 pieces of outstanding works were on display at the M50 Professional Gallery for two weeks.
According to the organizers, some of the best art works on display will be for charity auctions and silent auctions, the proceeds will be donated to the Soong Ching Ling Foundation - Shanghai Yunheng Public Welfare Funds, to help the poor children in Ganzi region of Sichuan province.
Shanghai M50 Cultural Creative Industry Development Co., LTD. general manager Mr Zhou Bin and founder of Jingle Pie Ms. Tong Lurong respectively addressed the opening ceremony. Ten of the most popular little artists in the network made a public appearance and won the internet red prize. Then the competition released the first prize of winning works -- “Lifetime”, and Zhang Lei, education expert, one of the sponsors made on-site interpretation of the art work. In subsequent charity auction, after several rounds of competition, the art work of “Lifetime” was finally bought at the price of 9,000 yuan by a loving people
After the ceremony, children and parents appreciated the paintings on display, and face to face communicated with the little painters, while each separately auctioned their favorite works. The total amount of art works transactions reached 41,200 yuan.
This event not only shows the high artistic culture of contemporary teenagers but also shows their rich inner world to adults. Activities connected to the public welfare, the children can create and express themselves, and help more peers in need by playing their own talents.
Online red awards issuing scene
A little painter in front of her art works
The young painter answers questions for the visiting adult
The winner of the Internet red prize is interviewed by the host
Mr. Zhou bin, general manager of Shanghai M50 Cultural Creative Industry Development Co., LTD made a speech
Education expert Zhang Lei makes on-site interpretation of the auction works – “Lifetime”.