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Mokuhanga 2: Intermediate Japanese Woodcut

Further your exploration of the art of Mokuhanga in this intermediate Japanese woodcut printing workshop. Learn more about key-block technique including the kento registration system, tool maintenance and a selection of Japanese paper. This is a valuable class for anyone interested in developing the ukiyo-e technique, one of the oldest and most expressive forms of printmaking.

Early Bird Discount through July 1 / Member Discount $292.50

Portions of paper for this class have been generously donated by Awagami Factory.



  • Tuition: $325
  • Location: Kala Gallery Classroom
  • Instructor: Tomoko Murakami
  • 3 Classes
  • Saturday, November 2, 2019 — November 16, 2019
  • 10am — 4pm
  • $50 Materials Fee Payable to Teacher


About the Instructor:

Tomoko Murakami is a multi disciplinary artist who explores the medium of printmaking as a multi-dimensional art form, bringing attention to new possibilities in the mixed media art world. She received her MFA in printmaking from San Francisco Art Institute and MA in Transformative Arts from John F. Kennedy University. She is a recipient of the 1992 Kala Art Institute Fellowship and 2008 Susan Boulet Fellowship Award. Her work has been presented by Gloria Delson Fine Arts in Los Angeles, Gallery on the Rim in San Francisco, Tomura Gallery in Tokyo, Richmond Art Center, and Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Currently, she teaches at CCA, and NIAD Art Center.