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JASA presents Washi Transformed, a Live Zoom Webinar Tuesday, Oct. 12th
October 6, 2021
Live Zoom Webinar
WASHI TRANSFORMED: Traditional Japanese Paper Becomes Contemporary Art
Tuesday, October 12, 2021, 5:00PM EDT
Japanese art historian Meher McArthur will discuss her upcoming exhibition Washi Transformed: New Expressions in Japanese Paper that will begin touring the country this autumn. Her talk will present the works of nine Japanese artists featured in the exhibition: Hina Aoyama, Eriko Horiki, Kyoko Ibe, Yoshio Ikezaki, Kakuko Ishii, Yuko Kimura, Yuko Nishimura, Takaaki Tanaka, and Ayomi Yoshida. These artists have different approaches in the use of traditional Japanese handmade paper, or washi, as a medium for their works of contemporary art, from spectacular sculptures and installations to sublime wall pieces, screens and installations.
Here is a link to the exhibition, the artists, and the tour schedule, for your interest: Washi Transformed.
Note: Advance registration is required for this event. Upon registration, you will receive a dedicated link to the program. Zoom will also send you a reminder one week before the event, one day before the event, as well as one hour prior to the event.
Click here to register for the Zoom event: Oct 12 Zoom event.