On August 11, National Art Museum of China opens the art exhibition themed on “Support Education with Art”. The exhibition will last until October 11.
More than 550 works created over seven decades are on display in the venue's 17 halls and outdoor spaces. Also, there are the intangible cultural heritage items from remote and impoverished communities on shown.
China has spent decades working to alleviate poverty — with incredible success. The exhibition reviews efforts to improve agricultural production, industrial construction, medical care, education and natural-disaster relief, as well as the recent fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the countryside.
It can be seen from the exhibits that the artists praise and promote the characters, deeds, customs and spirit that have emerged in the poverty alleviation works since 1949, with rich emotions and superb art skills. These works are derived from life and organically combine reality and artistry.