Making a Cockscomb-shaped Pot -- DIY Activity Supported by Liaoshangjing Museum

October 21, 2018 Colorful Room, B1 30 people



Having introduced Yelü Xiaoyong, this week Liaoshangjing Museum in Baarin Left Banner presents you a special activity: Moving Cockscomb-shaped Pot, which sheds light on a different grassland and a different Khitan people. 


A Cockscomb-shaped pot is a container which features the most distinctive national characteristic of Liao and is one of the most common funerary objects in Liao tombs. 


Cockscomb-shaped pot was the name for the pots with cockscomb-shaped handles; later, it also included the faux leather pots with similar shaped bodies and U-shaped or O-shaped handles. 


Don't you want to DIY such a fantastic pot? 


Why not come to the Capital Museum this Sunday to participate in this amazing DIY class?  


Let's make colorful cockscomb-shaped pots with colored modeling clay. 


Let's make cockscomb-shaped bags with non-woven fabrics.


We have unique handmade boards.


We have fabulous magic beads in water mist.


Those who make outstanding works will be rewarded!

Sign up and join us!


Time

15:00-16:00 October 21


Activity for:

Children aged 9-12


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Registration Date: October 21, 2018

Visitors who cannot attend please cancel reservation before the closing date for entries via WeChat, or absence will be recorded and affect future applications.
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