Japanese Calligraphy Art Academy Exhibition Opens

Japanese Calligraphy Art Exhibition

The Japanese Calligraphy Art Academy’s Calligraphy Exhibition in Singapore opened on 20 October 2017.

Opening ceremony of the Japan Calligraphy Art Academy Calligraphy Exhibition in SingaporeHosted by Nihon Shodo Bijutsuin (Japan Calligraphy Art Academy) and co-organised by Sunstar and Japan Creative Centre (Embassy of Japan), and supported by The Mainichi Shimbun / Manichi Shodo Kai, the exhibition showcases 60 calligraphy masterpieces by members of the Academy.

Calligraphy demonstrationsAttendees at the opening ceremony were treated to calligraphy demonstrations by three masters of the art.

Calligraphy demonstrations at the exhibition openingMore calligraphy performances will be held between 2 pm and 3 pm from 20 to 24 October 2017.

Sunstar will also be co-organising a “Japanese Cultural Workshop Day” on 21 October 2017 at locations such as Our Tampines Hub. Take note that some activities are ticketed and spaces may be limited.

Calligraphy art exhibition in Singapore 2017Calligraphy art exhibition in Singapore at The Luxe MuseumJapanese calligraphy exhibitionThe Japanese Calligraphy Art Academy Exhibition is being held at The Luxe Art Museum, beside The Cathay. Admission is free.

Japanese Calligraphy Art Academy Exhibition

Date: 20 to 25 October 2017
Time: 10 am to 6 pm (Doors close at 4 pm on 25 October)
Venue: The Luxe Art Museum, 6 Handy Road, #02-01, Singapore 229234 (next to The Cathay)
Free admission
Event website

The Luxe Museum

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