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The Japan Foundation

Stamp making workshops for kids

Where
The Japan Foundation
The Japan Foundation
Level 4, Central Park, 28 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008
(entry via lifts)
When

Saturday 8 May from 10am to 12pm Saturday 15 May from 10am to 1pm

Cost

Child: $15 + booking fee

Taking inspiration from the sentō pilgrimage stamp collection featured in the Steam Dreams: The Japanese Public Bath exhibition, participants will learn how to design and carve a stamp made from either styrofoam or lino tiles.

  • Saturday 8 May workshop: kids will be able to enjoy stamp making using materials found around the home such as styrofoam and pens and pencils. Suitable for children between ages 7-13.

  • Saturday 15 May workshop: introduces a more advanced method of stamp making including how to use carving tools to carve stamps out of lino tiles. Suitable for children ages 13 and over.

Image credit: Toshizo Hirose, 'Sydney-yu', 2020, Docqment © The Japan Foundation, Sydney

Covid-safe information

Due to capacity limitations, attendees must register to attend this event and will be required to check-in at reception on arrival. Conditions for attendance at this event are subject to change based on COVID-19 restrictions.

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The Japan Foundation

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