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Furoshiki: the Japanese art of wrapping

Free workshop

Furoshiki is a Japanese method of wrapping with a square cloth used for over 1000 years. While its use declined with the advent of paper and plastic bags, furoshiki is making a comeback in the age of sustainable design. Participants can bring an item to wrap, such as a CD or a water bottle. Furoshiki fabric will be available for purchase or you can bring your own square cloth.

Note: workshop places are limited. Free tickets will be issued at the door from 5.30pm. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Wednesday 22 August 2012, 6pm–8pm


Bookings and enquiries: Free tickets issued at door from 5.30pm

Duration 2 hours
Location: Function space

Related exhibition: Kamisaka Sekka