Tulou Open House (Part 2)

On July 3, 2012 by Design China

A con­tin­u­a­tion of Part 1: “The ini­tial res­i­dency period will see a core group of cre­atives and aca­d­e­mics liv­ing in the tulou along­side the remain­ing local res­i­dents, where they will per­form research, develop orig­i­nal projects, and col­lab­o­rate across dis­ci­plines of archi­tec­ture, design, art, the­ater, film, anthro­pol­ogy, his­tory, and preser­va­tion. The event will cul­mi­nate in a pub­lic Open House event on the week­end of 8–10 June, which is open to vis­i­tors and the local com­mu­nity alike. It will fea­ture a pro­gram of talks, screen­ings, work­shops, per­for­mances, guided tours, and artis­tic inter­ven­tions. Guests are also encour­aged to explore the nearby town, the waterfall/nature reserve, tea fields, rice pad­dies, moun­tain vil­lages and the other tulou in the area, includ­ing the UNESCO-designated tulou clus­ters which are sev­eral min­utes’ dri­ving dis­tance away”.

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