場所：宇髙通成『面乃会』京都本部敷舞台 地下鉄国際会館歩：７分・三宅町バス停前 〒606−0047 京都市左京区上高野薩田町111 Googleマップhttp://goo.gl/maps/38RjC
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FREE Noh mask carving/painting hands-on session
2014 July 20th (Sun) 10:00am-12:00am
@Udaka Michishige ‘Men-no-kai’ Headquarters, Kyoto
Subway: Kokusai-kaikan station, 7 min walk. Bus: Miyake-cho bus stop. 111 Satsuta-cho, Kami-Takano, Sakyo-ku. Kyoto, Japan 606-0047. Google maps: http://goo.gl/maps/38RjC
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In January and February 2014, Udaka Michishige’s Noh mask carving atelier in Kyoto opened its doors to observers. We received many requests (thanks Kyoto Journal for helping with the promotion!) from professionals, university students, Japanese, non-Japanese, travelers and residents who were curious to come see how Noh masks, mysterious objects of transformation of the Noh actor, are created. Here are a few pictures of the participants of the February 27th session. We are planning to hold more mask-related events this summer, so watch this space for further information!
The 1st INI Summer Intensive Course in Vancouver was a two-week series of workshops including mask-carving, shimai, and utai conducted by Udaka-sensei and organised/facilitated by INI Canadian representative Lee Stothers on an outdoor Noh stage in North Vancouver. The pictures below document the intensive mask carving session. Elaine Czech, who took the pictures, participated to the workshop and decided to continue the practice of Noh afterwards. She is now one of the junior INI members in Kyoto!
Canadian and Korean participants of the 1st Summer Intensive Course in Vancouver and Udaka Michishige