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ZAKKA NYC is pleased to present decob WORKSHOP this weekend. Email sign-up registration now open.
DATE: Saturday Jun 20th, 1-3pm at ZAKKAFEE: $20 Adults/ $15 Kids, includes Tote bag, Paints and Drinks
INSTRUCTOR: HANAE SASAOKA
HOW TO APPLY:Send email to email@example.com with following information.
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Hanae Sasaoka was born in Saitama, Japan and grew up in west Kanagawa. Before pursuing a career in art she earned her BA of International Business from Aoyama-Gakuin University in Tokoyo, Japan. She worked in Taiwan, China and the UK for eight years in the business field. Since changing her career path she has exhibited her work nationally and internationally throughout Tokyo, the UK and New York. Her work is included in many private collections. She lives and works in Long Island, NY. She’s been chosen as one of the New York Foundation for the Arts Immigrant Artists in the Outreach Initiative Program 2007-2008. http://www.hanaesasaoka.com
DATE: Sunday Jun 21th, 2-4pm at ZAKKAFREE EVENT
INSTRUCTORS: White Inc.
ZOORI is our original interpretation of the traditional Japanese “zouri”, simply means “cloth sandals”. These are worn by traditional Japanese more than 200 years ago. However, recently they have gained back the popularity in Japan, but this time round, the sandals are all made with variety of reusable fabrics such as old T-shirts, bed sheets, mops, even socks! They are not only environmentally friendly. They are comfortable to wear indoors, and because of ups and downs weaving patterns, they promote health as the patterns act as massaging points for the sole of the foot.
The team White Inc. has been organized ZOORI workshops in Toronto and New York since April 2009. Their next official workshops will be held at Center for Remembering & Sharing(CRS) New York on Jun 20th and 27th 2009, and Jun 29th at the Knit Cafe in Toronto Canada. Visit their official Facebook page http://groups.to/zoori/
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