Lecture The Art of Japan at Whittle College, Chelmsford in UK
This project was subsidised by The Japan Foundation.
This lecture focused on providing participants with a good understanding of Japanese culture and to introduce Japan's traditional handmade "Washi" paper and oriental brush "fude".
01:One world with both - sumie
02:Buddhism
03:Sutra
04:Syakyo
'Sya' means copy. 'kyo' means sutra. 05:Washi
"Wa" means Japanese. "Shi" means paper.
06:Takuhon
07:Suzuri
- ink stone
08:Sumi - Indian ink
09:Fude - ink brush
10:Feature of Fude
11:Kamakura period
12:Sansui-ga - landscape pictures
13:Zen - Karesansui
14:Tanzaku
15:Sumie & Haiga painting
Usage of washi
16:Byobu screen
17:Joint
18:box for writing materials
19:Scroll
20:Interior
21:Kakejiku - hanging scrool
22:Shikishi - paper board
23:Oricho
24:Watoji bon
25:Noshi bukuro
26:Sensu & Uchiwa
27:Again Washi
28:Bangasa umbrella
29:Fudegraphy
30:Rupert Brook
Special version
The great earthquake hit Japan
on March 11, 2011.


The poetry "Ame nimo makezu"
by Kenji Miyazawa
All participants took part
in a CD recording, reading
the poetry in Japanese.
We will deliver the CD and
the bangasa umbrella scribed
with the poetry
to the Kenji Museum.