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
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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!


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