SUMI-E WORKSHOPS (Japanese Ink Painting)

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Class/Workshop

Nov 20097 Nov 200914

JASC
4427 N. Clark Street
Chicago, Illinois
United States


SUMI-E WORKSHOPS
(Japanese Ink Painting)

at the
Japanese American Service Committee

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, 1:00-4:30PM
November 7, 2009: Beginners/Continuing
November 14, 2009: Continuing
Instructor: Mrs. Kay Thomas
Supplies for Sumi-e
One Ink Stick and one Ink Stone or One Bottle Japanese Black Ink
and one Medium Japanese Brush
One Medium Pad Rice Paper (Hosho) 9î x 12î

Sumi-e supplies can be purchased at:
Toguri
851 W. Belmont, Chicago, (773) 929-3500
Class fee per Workshop:
JASC members: $30
Non-members: $40
Download workshop registration forms here.

For further information please contact JASC at jascinfo@jasc-chicago.org .
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Japanese American
Service Committee
4427 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60540

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intrepidmouse . Atualizado em Jul 09 2010 12:13 p.m.


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