Glasgow Kite Festival


Let’s fly the Glasgow sky with kites!

Come along to Glasgow Kite Festival on July 22 in Bellahouston Park for a day of fun activities for all ages. You’ll have the chance to make, decorate and fly your own kite, as well as learn about the kite’s long history from ancient China to today.

There will be craft workshops, games and sports, a chance to try traditional Chinese clothing, a treasure hunt with a special prize, and, of course, kite flying. The festival is free, and open to all – you don’t need your own kite to join in!

Find us in Bellahouston Park, beside Mosspark Boulevard.

We’re working with local partners to host extra community kite-making workshops throughout July, join a group near you:

Glasgow Mela, Sunday 24 June
Gilded Lily, Thursday 5 July
Interfaith Glasgow, Saturday 14 July
Chinese Community Development Partnership, Wednesday 18th July
Kelvin Hall, Thursday 19th July

Thanks to our partners Glasgow Sport, Glasgow Life, The Kite Club of Scotland, and our local partners Gilded Lily, Chinese Community Development Partnership and Interfaith Glasgow.

Supported by Festival 2018, the cultural programme for the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.

Tea Ceremony for Book Week Scotland 2017

On December 2nd, Ricefield hosted a tea ceremony with a literary twist for Book Week Scotland.

In Glasgow’s Project Cafe, Ricefield artist Clarinda led us on a tea journey, where we had the chance to sample five authentic brews, as well as learning more about the first book written about tea in China: Cha Jing by Lu Yu.

Take a look at our cosy evening:

 

Volunteer 义工

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There are regular volunteering opportunities at Ricefield. If you would like to propose a period of volunteering in order to gain valuable experience and be added to our volunteer database, please fill in the form below or contact: info@ricefield.org.uk

苗圃华人文化艺术中心经常提供不同种类的义工机会。这是一个吸取宝贵工作经验的良机,如有兴趣报名, 请填写以下表格或发电子邮件至:info@ricefield.org.uk

 

Archive | Self – Pamela So

Pamela So January 2005 Pamela So was the first artist to exhibit at Ricefield (Surface, 2004) and in partnership with Glasgow Metropolitan College, initiated the first arts education project, aimed specifically at young Chinese people. The work was subsequently exhibited at The Burrell Collection in 2005.

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