Panel Discussion: A Commitment to Washi

Event: Panel Discussion: A Commitment to Washi
Date: Thu. June 20, 2013 - Thu. June 20, 2013.
Location: The Japanese Paper Place (77 Brock Avenue) - Toronto, Canada




Annyen Lam - How to Breathe – lithography and paper cut on Mura Koban

Panel Discussion

by artists in the exhibition “A Commitment to Washi: artists exploring Tosa Washi” including Cybèle Young, Libby Hague, Loree Ovens and many others.

Thurs. June 20 6:30-8:00 FREE

Have you admired Japanese paper from afar, but wondered just what to do with it? Tonight, several long-time users of washi share their journeys that have brought them to be part of this exhibition of works using paper from Kochi province in a myriad of media. This show, on at the JPP until the end of July will travel in November to be exhibited in Tokyo.

The Japanese Paper Place
77 Brock Avenue
Toronto, ON
M6K 2L3

4 Responses to Panel Discussion: A Commitment to Washi

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  2. Cindy says:

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