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PIGMENT LAB TOKYO

Japanese Mounting Technique - folding screen -

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  • April 6 (Sat), 2019

  • 11:00 - 17:00

  • PIGMENT TOKYO

Ticket available until 2019/04/05 23:59

This course will be in Japanese

price

40,000 JPY

Access

2-5-5 Higashi Shinagawa Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo TERRADA Harbor One Building 1F

Description

Lecture by Yasunori Monobe

※This workshop is only available in Japanese. Thank you for your understanding.

About Cancellation


If you will not be able to attend the workshop after booking the ticket, please kindly contact us.
We can refund the workshop fee when you inform us your cancellation 14 days ahead of the workshop.
Please note that transfer fee will be at your expense.
If it is passed before 14 days, the workshop fee will not be refunded for any reason.
We will refund the full price when the class is canceled due to the company's circumstances.
Thank you for your understanding.

Instructor

Yasunori Monobe

Master-craftsman of “Kyo-hyogu (mounting technique originated in Kyoto)”
Professor of Kyoto University of Art and Design
Representative Director of “Monobe Gasendo”
Chief Director of “Kyoto Mounting Association Youth Group”

The family business was started in 1901, and the mounting technique has been succeeded for four generations. In 2015, he restored the sliding door created by Tohaku Hasegawa. He gives Kyo-hyogu lectures at Kyoto University of Art and Design to seek the possibilities of applying the mounting techniques to his students’ works.

Master-craftsman of “Kyo-hyogu (mounting technique originated in Kyoto)”
Professor of Kyoto University of Art and Design
Representative Director of “Monobe Gasendo”
Chief Director of “Kyoto Mounting Association Youth Group”

The family business was started in 1901, and the mounting technique has been succeeded for four generations. In 2015, he restored the sliding door created by Tohaku Hasegawa. He gives Kyo-hyogu lectures at Kyoto University of Art and Design to seek the possibilities of applying the mounting techniques to his students’ works.

Access

2-5-5 Higashi Shinagawa Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo TERRADA Harbor One Building 1F