Shodo Workshop for Beginners
Monday, October 17, 1:00-2:45 PM EDT | Calculate your local time
This in-person workshop is structured for beginners wishing to try the art of Japanese calligraphy. Students will learn how to use a brush and the brush strokes in basic kanji. Japanese language skills are not required. Supplies will be provided.
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Megumi Barringer 雅号：修佳 (Shuka) is a licensed Japanese calligrapher since 1997 by Nihon Sogo Shogeiin in Japan, has been teaching calligraphy for over 20 years in Kamakura, Japan and in Princeton, New Jersey. She teaches at Princeton Community Japanese Language School, Princeton University, and at her own private studio in Princeton. Her work (seal carving, kanji, kana) was selected for the Mainichi Calligraphy Exhibition. She presents her work every August at a calligraphy exhibition held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.
How To Register
Tuition: $40 nonmembers /$35 Japan Society Individual and Corporate members
Registration may be completed online (recommended) or by phone at (212) 715-1269 or (212) 715-1293. At the moment, we are only taking payment in the form of credit or debit cards (no checks or cash).
Japan Society reserves the right to cancel any course or workshop due to unforeseen circumstances, including but not limited to insufficient enrollment. Enrolled students will be refunded 100% of the tuition paid without incurring a service charge.
For more information, please email us at email@example.com, or call at (212) 715-1269 or (212) 715-1293. Please note that while we are working remotely, we may not always be reachable by phone.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Please register by 12pm on Fri., October 14, 2022. After this date, please email us to inquire as seats may no longer be available.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations are accepted until 12 pm ET, the business day before a course or workshop begins. With a cancellation, a refund of tuition minus a service charge ($20 for courses, $5 for workshops) will be provided. After this deadline, cancellations are not accepted.
Cancellations are accepted by phone only. We do not accept email cancellations.
By registering for a workshop, you accept and agree to the above terms of the cancellation policy.
Students must be age 16 or older.
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Support for Japan Society's Toyota Language Center is provided, in part, by Mark F. Goldfield and Mary E. Hatch; Christopher Hong; Steven Giordano; Juan Ruiz Gomez; The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles; Frederick H. Katayama; and Dr. Bic Kanayjorn.