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Winona Arts Center event (09/21/2011)
September 24, 2011, 1:00 - 3:00pm

At Boats & Bluegrass, Prairie Island Park

Gyotaku: The Art of Fish Printing

Led by Emerald Hulsing – local artist and fashion designer – children will learn the basics of relief printing using rubber fish at this year’s Boats & Bluegrass festival. Emerald has led children’s workshops at Winona’s annual Art-in-the-Park festival every September since its inaugural event in 2008.

Traditionally done using real fish - dead ones - Gyotaku is a traditional form of Japanese fish printing, dating from the mid-1800s. Originally used by fishermen to record their catches, Gyotaku is now practiced as an art form, and is very popular among young children both in Japan and Western countries.

Gyotaku- The Art of Fish Printing is open to children of all ages, with no pre-registration required. Open to all children and their parents. Children under the age of 8 must have a parent/adult accompanying them.

Winona Arts Center

228 E 5th Street

Winona MN

507-453-9959 contactus@winonaarts.org

 

 

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