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Make+Take: Gyotaku

June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$45.00

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Let’s Make+Take!

Wednesday, June 26, 7-9pm

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About this Workshop:

Gyotaku is derived from the Japanese words for fish (gyo) and print (taku). Before cameras, Japanese fishermen used this printing technique to document a big catch when they were out at sea: They applied ink to the fish, pressed it on newspaper, and then rinsed the fish in the water to later be eaten. Join us for a fun evening of exploring this exciting world of gyotaku—but don’t worry, we will use silicone replicas of the fishies, not real ones! 

Level: Beginner – no experience necessary

Registration closes June 18, 2024 and includes all materials.

Sample images by previous participants

CLASS MATERIALS LIST:

All materials are included in the registration. In addition, students may want to consider bringing the following optional items to class:

  • Personal apron, or wear clothes that can get inky (we’ll have extra aprons on hand)
  • Pen and paper for note-taking

YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Trisha Gupta is a contemporary artist, community activist, and educator. Her work is heavily influenced by her Indian-American heritage and explores themes of mental health, and immigration. She believes in art as a platform for social change. As an Occupational Therapy candidate at Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, she has taught art to diverse populations in schools, homeless shelters, and off  Rikers Island. Her ongoing project, A Table for Everyone, hosts community dinners and public art projects to introduce new immigrants to the community. Currently, Gupta is pursuing her graduate degree at MICA from the Mount Royal school. Her work is listed in the New York Public Library collection, the Art students League, and in collections internationally and domestically. She currently runs a communal studio out of Burtonsville, MD. Learn more about her work at www.trishaart.com.

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