Limit of 20 Students
Presenter: Mario Rios
Date: October 22-November 19
SHODO is one of the oldest and most profound traditional art forms in Japan, developed and appreciated since the 5th century. Learn the four basic strokes of this ancient meditative art form, and practice through the writing of a haiku poem. Calligraphy brush and pad provided. A materials list for paper and ink will be sent upon registration
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