Japan

Japanese Woodblock and Foam Printing Crafts Session | 1st June

  A fun and interactive arts and craft session delivered by Arts Officers Lily and Alistair using resources that have been organised in partnership with National Museums Scotland. Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.  Participants will be able to have a look at a wide range of traditional woodblock prints, before having a go…

Childrens Woodblock and Foam Printing Activity | 19th May

Childrens Woodblock and Foam Printing Activity  A fun and interactive arts and craft session delivered by Arts Officers Lily and Alistair using resources that have been provided to us by National Museums Scotland. Participants will be able to have a look at a wide range of traditional woodblock prints, before having a go at woodblock…

An introduction to woodblock printing with Claire Cameron-Smith, 14th April 2019

An introduction to woodblock printing with Claire Cameron-Smith Date: 14th April 2019 Time: 1pm – 3pm Gallery: Mezzanine Cost: £12.00 Claire will begin by talking about the Japanese woodblock printing tradition and how it has inspired and influenced her work. She will have a selection of tools and materials on hand to help demonstrate and…

An introduction to woodblock printing with Claire Cameron-Smith, 13th April 2019

An introduction to woodblock printing with Claire Cameron-Smith Date: 13th April 2019 Time: 1pm – 3pm Gallery: Mezzanine Cost: £12.00 Claire will begin by talking about the Japanese woodblock printing tradition and how it has inspired and influenced her work. She will have a selection of tools and materials on hand to help demonstrate and…

Japan: Art and Inspiration exhibition Saturday 30th March – Sunday 9th June 2019

Japan – Art and Inspiration Dates: Saturday 30 March – Sunday 9 June 2019 Gallery: Gallery Two (First Floor) With original works, prints, textiles and objects discover the stunning beauty and intricacy of the art of Japan. This includes the following exhibits; Hiroshige’s Japan: Views of Mount Fuji Exhibition organised by the Ashmolean Museum, University…