Water-Based Woodcut Workshop “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” 2019

Hokusai. The Great Wave off Kanagawa. 1829-1833

Woodcut Workshop: Water-Based Woodcut: Ukiyo-e Techniques

Professor’s Ryuta Endo (Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan) visit
at the Graphic Art Department, Vilnius


Visit Time: 19-27 October, 2019
Location: Graphic Art Department, Vilnius, Lithuania

Prof. Ryuta Endo with colleagues Hikaru Yamada, Akihiro Tokoro and students from the Musashino Art University, from Tokyo come to Vilnius. In the Graphic Art Department, Vilnius Academy of Arts, they have lead a printmaking workshop ‘Water-Based Woodcut: Ukiyo-e Techniques’.

Toshusai Sharaku. Japan

21st-25th of October 2019 – Japanese Prints Exhibition “Wit and Zen”, Gallery “Grafo”, Vilnius.

Prof. Ieva Skaurone, prof. Kestutis Vasiliunas, prof. Ryuta Endo, Ms. Milda Krasko, Ambassador of Japan Excellency Mr. Shiro Yamasaki with his wife on the opening of the Japanese Prints Exhibition “Wit and Zen” in the Gallery “Grafo”. 21st-25th of October, 2019 – Printmaking Workshop “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”, Graphic Art Department, Vilnius Academy of Arts.

Printmaking workshop from Tokyo

Ryuta Endo and Barbara Beisinghoff in the Printmaking workshop
26th-27th of October – Journey to the Cross Hill and Nida, Lithuania.

In Grey Dunes in Juodkrante was big sand storm...

“The purpose of this workshop is to experience Japanese culture and art through these techniques” – wrote Prof. Ryuta Endo.

Prof. Ryuta Endo

Prof. Ryuta Endo was born in 1960, in Japan. In 1984 graduated from Musashino Art University, Department of Painting. In 1986 completed Master’s Program at Tama Art University, Japan. Participated in many exhibitions in Japan and abroad. Professor in the Musashino Art University, Tokyo.

Coordinator of the Workshop – Prof. Kestutis Vasiliunas

Project was supported by Musashino Art University


© Photo: Kestutis Vasiliunas
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