Japanese House no minasan (everyone),

I sent the following message about the Japanese Woodblock print  
Discussion and Workshop before.
So far, I received one response. If anyone who wants to participate in  
the workshop.  You need to sign up.
Please send me email.  I will start to circulate the sign up sheet in  
class soon, so hurry!


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> From: Mutsumi Corson <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: October 10, 2008 11:08:37 AM EDT
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: event announcement: The Art of Japanese Woodblocks
> Reply-To: Japanese House <[log in to unmask]>
> Japanese House no minasan (everybody),
> ogenki desuka?  momiji (maple leaves) ga kireidesune (pretty).
> I have an announcement about an event held on Oct. 23rd.
> There will be:
> Roadside Adventures in Old Japan:
> The Art of Japanese Woodblocks
> You can find the details in attached poster. The first part of the  
> even is discussion and it is open to everybody.  The second part is  
> a hands-on workshop, which they can take only 10 people.  Since this  
> event is co-hosted by the the Arts Initiative  RLC & Global  
> Village's Japanese House.  Ann Barlow, Director Arts Initiative RLC,  
> keeps 5 seats (out of 10) for the Japanese House members.  If  
> anybody who is interested in trying woodblock prints, please let me  
> know by Friday next week (17th). If five spots are not filled by  
> then, I will ask other students in class.
> I hope many of you could come and join this event.
> Have a good weekend!
> Corson
> -- 
> Mutsumi Corson
> Director, Japanese Program
> Department of Asian Languages and Literatures
> University of Vermont
> 479 Main Street
> Burlington, Vermont 05405
> Phone: 802-656-1117
> Fax:   802-656-8472
> Email:  [log in to unmask]