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Japanese Teabowls and the Japanese Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony

February 03, 2021

06:30 PM - 09:00 PM

Visual Arts 113

$120

16 and Up

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JAPANESE TEABOWLS & THE JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY

Dates: February 3 – April 28

Days:  Wednesday

Time:  6:30 – 9 p.m.

Fee: $120

Location: Visual Arts 113

Instructor: Mayumi Kiefer

In this course brought to you by CSI Visual Art instructor Mayumi Kiefer, you will get the unique chance to learn the history and cultural significance of the traditional Japanese tea ceremony and the methods used for making a tea bowl.  You’ll explore each component of the tea serving set - the tools, ingredients and movement - from aesthetic, cultural, and practical points of view.  This course will be a great way to examine your own cultural perspectives and not just a look at a “curious custom”, so come with an open mind and be prepared to experience communication and cultures from a non-western point of view. You’ll be introduced to the four main methods of making a tea bowl (coil, pinch, thrown or sculpted), and will be able to make one or more of these bowls to take home with you at the conclusion of the course. NOTE:  Traditional Tea Ceremony is an art form licensed by several ancient schools, and this course does NOT provide any official certification or license.

When:
February 03, 2021
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Where:
Visual Arts 113
Cost:
$120
Audience:
16 and Up
Contact:
Camille Barigar
(208) 732-6288
cbarigar@csi.edu
Links:
CSI Community Education Center