Workshop: Japanese Calligraphy -Kanji in three styles

TYPO Berlin 2018 Trigger | Friday, 18 May | 3:00 pm | Foyer | English

In Japanese calligraphy, there are  three ways of writing a kanji, Kaisho, Gyosho and Sosho. Each writing has  its own expression as well as its use in different purposes. In this workshop, you will learn how to write one kanji in three styles and at the same time you can see the transition of the character, from complicated to simplified. Also this traditional calligraphy using a brush and black ink gives you a meditative feeling.


Juju Kurihara

Calligrapher (Japan)

Juju Kurihara is a 5 Dan Japanese calligrapher based in Berlin since 2012. She started learning calligraphy with a teacher at the age of 13.  After working as a studio photographer in London and Sydney, moved to Madrid in 2010 and started working as a calligrapher. She has performed alone…

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