Small Works: Series and Sets Workshop with Toyoharu Kii – NEW!

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Japanese Artist Toyoharu Kii returns to CMS for  a new, 3-day workshop. Students will learn to play and create ‘conversations’ between small mosaic compositions using Kii’s specific process. A limited palette can provide the artist ample opportunities to discover movement and expression, texture and content; students will be using white marble as well as the beautiful colors of CMS smalti inventory. Kii will lead students first by creating designs using Chinese ink and Japanese paper to find original ideas and compositions. This is a rare opportunity to work with a contemporary master,  and space is limited. Workshop includes all materials, use of tools, and any handouts or supplemental materials.

 

All materials are included. Prerequisites: Hammer & Hardie Workshop (or by permission).

 

When registering for classes at CMS, please be aware of our refund and cancellation policy.

Additional Information

Date Time Teacher

[Mon-Wed, 7/20-7/22, 2020] [9am-5pm] KII – C9065, [Wed-Fri, 7/15-7/17, 2020] [9am-5pm] KII – C9064

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Dates
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Time
Teacher
07/15 - 07/17
Wed-Fri
9am-5pm
KII
07/20 - 07/22
Mon-Wed
9am-5pm
KII

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