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Japanese Woodblock Printmaking with Hiroko Imada


Start Date.

04-02-2017

End Date.

11-02-2017

Time.

10:30- 16:30

By.

Hiroko Imada


Study master examples of Japanese woodblock printing with Hiroko Imada and make your own black and white print in this course supported by the Bagri Foundation.

This is an introductory course for those who would like to start Japanese woodblock printing. Students will learn a step by step process for creating a black and white woodblock print. As well as producing a print, students will learn how to use and look after their tools, brushes and papers in detail, and to produce their own prints.

This new course is part of the Bagri Foundation Open Programme at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts which aims to expand the Asian arts courses at The School.


Hiroko Imada

Born in Tokyo, Hiroko Imada studied at the Tokyo Zokei University and later at the Slade School of Fine Art (University College London). Her degree show in 1992 caught the attention of The Times art critic David Cohen, who described her work as ‘heralding an impressive new talent’. In 1992, Imada was awarded the British Council Fellowship for her achievements at the Slade. She is now based in London.


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