Sumi-e Workshops, JASC

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Jun 200610

Japanese American Service Committee

Chicago, Illinois
United States

Sumi-e Workshops
Japanese Ink Painting

Explore sumi-e, the ancient art of Japanese ink painting. Individualized instruction is provided. Beginners will learn to use Japanese painting equipment and the techniques used to paint classic nature subjects such as bamboo, chrysanthemums, and plums.

SATURDAYS, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
June 10, 2006 for Beginners/Continuing
June 17, 2006 for Continuing

Instructor: Mrs. Kay Thomas

Supplies for Sumi-e
1 Ink Stick and an Ink Stone or 1 Bottle Japanese Black Ink
1 Medium Japanese Brush
1 Medium Pad Rice Paper (Hosho) 9" x 12"

Sumi-e supplies can be purchased at:
Toguri's, 851 W. Belmont, Chicago. (773) 929-3500
Aiko's Art Materials, 3347 N. Clark, Chicago, (773) 404-5600

Cost: $35 per workshop
JASC Members: $25 per workshop

To register for classes, please send your name, address (include ZIP), and phone number, listing the class or classes you would like to take, along with a check (made out to JASC) to Japanese American Service Committee, 4427 N. Clark, Chicago, IL 60640. Please note: Refunds will be given if cancellations are made up to five full working days prior to the first class. NO REFUNDS AFTER CLASSES BEGIN. For more information, call or e-mail Sharon ext.229, or Kay ext.226, at the JASC office, 773.275.0097. Thank you.

"This project is partially supported by a CityArts 1 Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency."

Japanese American Service Committee
4427 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640
773.275.7212 - Social Services
773.275.0097 - Cultural & Community Programs
773.275.0958 - Fax
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