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Art Class in Tokyo -- Suiboku-ga / Sumie / Japanese Traditional Black Ink Painting. Come and Discover Sumie ! Experience Japanese Traditional Art ! You can capture the essence of Zen by making a Sumie painting. Attraction for tourists.
About the artist:The facilitator has extensive knowledge in Japanese art. Apart from being a painter she is an art writer who graduated with a BA in Art Studies and History. She also studied in an Art College in London.
I have had participants from various areas of the world - USA, Canada, France, UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Brazil and more... Looking forward to welcoming you!
【Sumie Painting Regular Class in Tokyo】
In this course, you will learn traditional painting techniques of Suiboku-ga / Sumie / Japanese Ink Painting in a step-by-step manner by an English speaking artist. One-time participation is welcome.
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If you are interested in a series of classes or a customised class during your stay in Tokyo, please contact me for more information.
19:30-21:30, the forth Tuesday of every month
Venue: Link Crystal Culture Club
Kojimachi Morinaga Building 5F, 4-5-6, Kojimachi, Chiyodaku, Tokyo
1 min walk from Kojimachi Station (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) Exit 2
13:00-15:00, the forth Saturday of every month
Venue: TUGUMI Ueno Studio
Vasson Shinobazu Bldg. #202, Ikenohata 2-1-42 , Taitouku, Tokyo
5 mins walk from Nezu Station(Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)
Once a month, Held irregularly
Venue: Higashi Omiya Community Center
3mins walk from JR Higashi Omiya Station
<Fee> 4,000yen / 2 hrs / 1 person
* On-site payment
* Please kindly understand that you are to be charged a cancellation fee in full if you cancel your reservation on the date.
What to Bring: *If you do not have any of the materials above, please contact the
facilitator in advance.
◆ Old newspapers, to cover a table before painting.
◆ 4 Dress pins
◆ Calligraphy set:
1 Ink stone
1 Ink stick
2 Japanese paint brushes (big and small)
1 Used towel to wipe brushes during painting
1 Water container for cleaning brushes during painting (Plastic cup or the like can be a substitute)
2 Small plates with white inner sides (Plastic plates or the like can be a substitute)