DATE Saturday, January 13, 2018
TIME 1:30pm – 3:00pm
LOCATION Oki Education Center
Material Fee: $10 (cash payable to the instructor)
*Advance ticket purchase required
ABOUT THE CLASS
A square reusable wrapping cloth is called a furoshiki in Japan. People have used furoshiki since the 16th century in a variety of ways to wrap different sized and shaped objects. Learn how to wrap a wine bottle, a watermelon, books, and make a tote bag from a furoshiki. Each participant will take home the cotton wrap cloth used during this workshop.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Instructor Reiko Nishioka, recently retired after 20 years of service as Morikami’s Director of Education, continues to research and teach about Japanese culture. Her creative flair, sense of design, and fascination with Japanese packaging come together in this original workshop she created, entitled The Art of Japanese Fabric Wrapping.