Sumi-e Japanese Ink Painting
Explore sumi-e, the art of Japanese ink painting. This class is a hands-on workshop with a small number of students to allow for personal instruction. Suitable for all levels. You will learn to use traditional equipment and techniques used to paint classical nature subjects such as bamboo, chrysanthemums, and plums. Class meets for 3 hours from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Supplies will be provided for new students for use during the class but we encourage you to consider purchasing supplies (especially paper for practice). Some options for purchasing supplies are Oriental Art Supply (OAS) and Jerry's Artarama. SUPPLIES: --Ink stick and ink stone OR bottle of Japanese black ink --Medium Japanese brush --Medium size (about 9″ x 12″) pad of rice paper (Hosho)
JASC (Japanese American Service Committee) engages people of all ages to experience Japanese American history and culture and to improve their well-being through innovative, high quality programs and services tailored to the multicultural community. We offer classes and services for people of all ages and experience levels: - Ikebana flower arranging classes (4 week sessions and holiday workshops) - Cooking traditional Japanese foods (hot-pot, sushi, tempura, holiday, ramen, obento, and more) - Language classes (beginner and intermediate) - Art classes (Sumi-e ink painting, origami, Shodo calligraphy) - Tampopo Kai children's classes for ages 0-5
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