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PIGMENT LAB TOKYO

Introduction to Sumi Ink

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  • December 12 (Wed), 2018

  • 14:00 - 15:30

  • PIGMENT TOKYO

Ticket available until 2018/12/10 17:00

This course will be in Japanese

price

8,000 JPY

quantity

option

   +  English Support   8,000 JPY

Access

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

Description

Lecture by Kei Iwaizumi

“Sumi Ink” might seem difficult for beginners.

Is there any difference between liquid ink and solid ink stick?
How should I choose a right Sumi Ink for my art works?
What is the difference between Color Sumi Ink and watercolor?

In this workshop, you will find out the answers all of the above.

If you are interested in a more advanced lecture, “Japanese Style Painting workshop” is recommended.

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

Kei Iwaizumi

Doctor of Fine Arts at Kyoto University of Art and Design
Instructor of Japanese Style Painting Course at Kyoto University of Art and Design

He graduated from Kyoto University of Art and Design with Doctor of Fine Arts degree in 2015. His thesis was about use of animal glue in painting. While teaching about art materials at Kyoto University of Art and Design, he also continues his career as an artist. Main concept of his works is physical existence of materials.

Doctor of Fine Arts at Kyoto University of Art and Design
Instructor of Japanese Style Painting Course at Kyoto University of Art and Design

He graduated from Kyoto University of Art and Design with Doctor of Fine Arts degree in 2015. His thesis was about use of animal glue in painting. While teaching about art materials at Kyoto University of Art and Design, he also continues his career as an artist. Main concept of his works is physical existence of materials.

Access

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