To expand the student’s horizons and foster their sense of exploration and hands-on learning, teachers and students from Suzhou Eton House International School, where many foreign children are enrolled, embarked on a study tour at the Six Arts Museum.
（Eton House International School Suzhou）
Eton House International School Suzhou
Established in 2003 in Suzhou New District, the school is positioned as a "small, beautiful, warm, and inclusive" institution.
Filled with excitement, the students entered the Six Arts Museum in an organized manner. They eagerly listened to the curator's presentation, their anticipation growing as they couldn't wait to uncover the mysteries that awaited them.
Touching the door gods, pulling open the drawers of medicine cabinets, and opening the cabinet doors, everything before their eyes filled them with curiosity. These children, who had hardly seen any ancient Chinese folk art items before, found them incredibly beautiful and magical.
After the tour, the children also had a hands-on creative crafts experience where they were given an opportunity to create their own door god painting in the Door God Exhibition Hall. Despite the limited time for this activity, everyone put great effort and dedication into their artwork.
The Six Arts Museum is committed to preserving and promoting the rich heritage of traditional Chinese folk culture and art. We aspire to provide a unique learning and experiential opportunity for young people from around the world at our museum, where they can acquire knowledge and experiences beyond the confines of a typical classroom setting.