The non-hereditary inheritor of Panyu district promotes the concept of “turning waste into treasure” through artistic creation

2022-05-01 0 By

In Tanshan Village, Hualong Town, Panyu District, there is an old artist who uses a pair of skillful hands to make a lot of things that should have been thrown into the trash can into a vivid qi Qiao dolls.He is Xu Guanqi, an outstanding inheritor of folk culture in Guangdong Province and an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage in Panyu District.The 91-year-old uses his art to promote the idea of turning waste into treasure.In order to save money, its uncle will be a variety of leftover materials for daily qiqiao works in the production.For example: the corner of the house, archway gate building and other places are advertising companies cut out of the abandoned KT version production.Because the KT edition is easy to tailor, it can be used for subtle details.And discarded wood plywood, back to a little processing can replace the high cost of plastic plastic board.Qiqiao style houses are made of dried straw.Xu Guanqi said that in the production process of Qi Qiao, they will use different materials according to the content of the story, and most of these materials are waste plastic, clothing, cartons, wood, woven strips, so qi Qiao production is also a “waste into treasure” process, the future will continue to explore the production of environmental protection qi Qiao works,Let these items that should be put into the trash can play a role in the dissemination of intangible cultural heritage.Panyu District City Management and Comprehensive law enforcement Bureau Li Xiufen statement: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a wrong source or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through email, we will promptly deal with.Email address: