Feb 172017

Shippoyaki Workshop

Friday, February 17, 2017 - 8:00am to 11:00am
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i – 5th Floor Lounge

The exciting Japanese art form of enameling will be led by award-winning enamel and cloisonné artist, Kazuko Inomata sensei at the Cultural Center during our annual Shippoyaki Workshop. Inomata, who is from Osaka, Japan, is a member of the Japan Cloisonné Artists Association and has taught the art form for more than 30 years throughout Japan and in Hawai‘i. Students will learn how to make their own one-of-a-kind ornamental pieces—such as pendants, ear rings, pill box covers, brooches and purse hangers/hooks—in which various colors of enamel are used to produce unique designs on a metal base.

$20 for JCCH members
$30 for non-members

* In addition to registration fees, students pay $5 for materials to Inomata Sensei on the day of the workshop.

For more information or to sign up, please call (808) 945-7633.

Click here to download registration form.