Join us at the Samuel Ullman Museum for our Japanese Calligraphy class with a special guest instructor! All ages welcome, materials and snacks will be provided.
Classical Japanese calligraphy is known as sho or shodo ("the way of writing"). Practiced through the centuries by samurai, nobles, and commoners alike, calligraphy is an art form that takes decades to master. It is a hobby for many Japanese people today and many young students even participate in calligraphy clubs in school. Calligraphy is a soothing pastime rich with Japanese history and culture. Join us to learn the basics of Japanese calligraphy!
Admission: Donation at the door (Any amount is appreciated!)
**JASA Members enter free!
This program is funded by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership as part of a long-term project to build a Japanese community around the Samuel Ullman Museum. We are grateful for their support!
Tel: +1 (205) 703-0960
2081 Columbiana Rd #10
Vestavia Hills, AL 35216