2-Day Jewelry Workshop: Wonderful World of Washi

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Saturday February 22

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11:00 AM  –  5:00 PM

Saturday, February 22: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, February 23: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Learn how to make your own gorgeous jewelry! Washi is a traditional Japanese handmade decorative paper made from the inner bark of plants such as mulberry, bamboo, and wisteria. The intertwining fibers result in a durable paper that can decorate any surface, including wooden and metal beads. In addition to making a unique washi bead necklace during the class, you will also learn how to make a matching protective purse pouch from instructors Reiko and Midori Nakano.

Please bring a pair of sharp scissors, a snack, and a desire to practice and learn technical skills such as looping, wrapping, and clasping. Everything else will be supplied. $64 members, $80 non-members, plus $25 materials fee due to the instructor at the beginning of class (cash only). Museum admission included. Limited to 12 participants.

Current JANM Members: Please register or sign in to receive your member discounts. Discounted prices will automatically appear after you add items to the shopping cart.

Once this workshop is sold out, we will start a waitlist. Please email visitorservices@janm.org to be notified if spaces open up.

 

$80.00