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TRADITIONAL JAPANESE WORKSHOPS IN CERAMICS AND METAL WEDNESDAY
APRIL 22 THROUGH FRIDAY APRIL 24, 1998 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN -
LA CROSSE ART DEPARTMENT

THE DEMONSTRATORS ARE:

ENOMOTO SADAHITO - swordsmith specializing in work done in the
soshu style and norishige style 0-hada. He comes from a long
line of swordsmiths and works with his grandfather ENOMOTO
SADAYOSHI (mukansa smith) who was a student of GASSAN
SADAKATSU.

ASAI SHOJI - non-ferrous metalsmith specializing in traditional
high relief chasing. Mr. Asai produces one of a kind menuki
and kimono pin forms with embellishments of inlaid and overlaid
colors of gold.

RYOJI KOIE - contemporary ceramist who works both sculpturally
and in vessel form. He specializes in Seto Goro, an old
Japanese tradition of taking the pots from a hot kiln and
quenching them in water.

The workshop cost is $75.00. The three day workshop fee allows
participants to observe all three demonstrators. Early
registration would be appreciated. Contact William Fiorini at
The University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, Art Department, 1725
State St., La Crosse, WI, 54601. (608)785-8230. Or this e-mail
address.

We will close registration when we have enough funds for the
artists. Bill Fiorini

Brain Press
Box 1624, Ste M, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2L7, Canada
Tel: 403-263-3955 Fax: 403-283-9053 Email: @Charles_Lewton-Brain

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