• Chaozhou WoodcarvingNational Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative Project
    Chaozhou woodcarving is a folk carving art in Chaozhou, Guangdong, mainly used to decorate buildings, furniture and sacrificial utensils. After long-term practice and exploration, Chaozhou woodcarving artists have gradually formed a set of unique artistic processing techniques. Their carving techniques include five craft forms: relief carving, sinking carving, sawing through carving, through carving, and round carving. Gold lacquer woodcarving began in the Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Song Dynasty. The gold-plated woodcarving has a splendid artistic effect.
  • Clay SculptureNational Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative Project
    The artistic expression techniques of Chaoshan clay sculpture include carving, sculpting, pinching, pasting, engraving, printing and coloring. The organic combination of pasting, printing and coloring forms a strong Chinese national style, which is a local art that is different from other sculptures and folk clay sculptures. feature. Chaoshan clay sculptures have fine craftsmanship and high historical, cultural, artistic and collection value.
  • Stone CarvingNational Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative Project
    Chaoshan is located in the coastal area of eastern Guangdong. The temperature is hot and humid, and the invasion of sea breeze makes wooden buildings vulnerable to corrosion damage. In order to prevent moisture, rain and termite erosion, traditional Chaoshan buildings use stone structures in platform foundations, column foundations, columns, beam frames and the framework of the entrance hall, and are decorated with colorful architectural stone carvings, forming a unique Chaoshan architectural stone carving. Art.
  • Inlaid PorcelainNational Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative Project
    Inlaid porcelain, also known as "Jurao", "Nianrao" and "Kurao", is a kind of folk architectural decoration art popular in Chaoshan, Guangdong Province. It is based on painting and sculpture, and uses specially fired colored glaze tiles to embed figures, flowers, birds and animals and other artistic shapes to decorate the roofs and walls of temples and buildings. The image is vivid, the color is colorful, the texture is firm and stable, and it can withstand the sun and rain without fading.
  • Color PaintingProvincial Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative Project
    Chaoshan traditional architectural color painting is an ancient traditional art, which integrates strong regional characteristics. The painted murals of residential houses mainly include door lintel paintings, door belly paintings, window lintel paintings, corner wall flowers and outline ink lines.