Lecture & Demonstration: Innovation & Tradition in Japanese Woodblock Prints

March 20, 2003
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Contemporary woodblock print artist Keiji Shinohara, currently a visiting artist at Wesleyan University, studied traditional ukiyo-e techniques in Kyoto for 10 years before moving to the U.S. in 1981. Mr. Shinohara demonstrates and discusses the spirit and creative process of ukiyo-e and introduces his own work, which is included in numerous important private and museum collections in Japan and the United States.

5:45 pm  Reception and Demonstration
6:50        Lecture

Tickets: $15, Japan Society and Ukiyo-e Society of America members, seniors & students $10.

This program is presented as part of the New York University conference Reflection and Reality: The Influence of Japan on American Arts, 1853-2003 (March 20-22), co-organized by Japan Society and held at Japan Society and New York University’s Cantor Film Center.

  • Thursday, March 20, 2003
  • 5:45 pm