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Cloisonné workshop in Japan with Kazuko Inomata and Helen Aitken-Kuhnen

Workshop  /  Technics   ProfessionalPractice   Making  /  14 Jan 2020  -  18 Jan 2020
Published: 25.06.2019
Cloisonné workshop in Japan with Kazuko Inomata and Helen Aitken-Kuhnen.
Kita-ku
Place
Kita-ku
Osaka
JAPAN
Mail:
galleryE-mailbilk.com.au
helenaitkenkuhnenE-mailgmail.com
Phone:
+61 (0) 2 61622761
Management:
Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Johannes Kuhnen, Mio Kuhnen
DEADLINE: 31/07/2019
Sample piece made by Helen Aitken-Kuhnen at Sakurai workshop in 2009..
Sample piece made by Helen Aitken-Kuhnen at Sakurai workshop in 2009.

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Intro
Japanese cloisonné technique for a small container, after the workshop, there will be extra days in Nagoya and Kyoto to visit the Ando Museum collection, Shippo Art Village and the Namikawa Cloisonné Museum.
Place: Maximum 8 participants.
Cost: $ Aus 1600 plus travel and accommodation, for further details contact: gallery@bilk.com.au or Helen on helenaitkenkuhnen@gmail.com


About teachers:
Kazuko Inomata was a student of Tsuruya Sakurai and assisted his teaching tours to Australia and has herself a long-standing teaching career.
Helen Aitken-Kuhnen’s career as an enameler spans more than 40 years and her work is held by major Australian and International collections.
 

Teachers

Kazuko Inomata, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen
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