In this extra issue, we are sharing an upcoming Chinese calligraphy and painting workshop with you. If you are interested, please either register directly on the event page or reply this newsletter email. We will forward your query to the workshop organiser. You can also find more events on inkston art events calendar. For more information, please continue reading.

We are honored to welcome Mr Peng Su in Cambridge, where he will run a workshop on traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy.

Peng Su started practising traditional Chinese painting from an early age with his great-grandpa Baozhang, an artist and photographer. Peng Su is now based in Exeter, Devon.

Learn more here:
Look at Peng Su's works here:

The workshop is open for beginners as well as experienced practitioners.

We will start from an introduction into calligraphy, which is considered to be a gateway into Chinese painting. We will write some simple 4 character phrases and our names.

We will then proceed with painting basic subject matters such as bamboo, orchid and blossom. For those with a bit of experience, we will add some birds/insects to complete the composition.


10:15 doors open
10:30 workshop starts
13:30 workshop ends
13:45 doors close

Booking and payments:

The number of participants is limited to 20.
To reserve your spot, e-mail [masked]
Reservation is confirmed after the payment.


1) £7 (£7,50 if paid via Paypal) - for Cambridge University students (undergraduate and postgraduate)
2) £22 (£24 if paid via Paypal) - for non-students.


We thank our art consultants at Inkston for help with organising this workshop and for overall inspiration. If you have questions about Chinese art and art history or need some high quality materials don't hesitate to get in touch:

Click here to register the event; or reply the email to register.
We will forward your email to Chinese Calligraphy Society.

Some Photos of the previous events: