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Get creative these July school holidays and celebrate Tanabata, a Japanese star festival, with a hands-on art party!
Join renowned artist Chaco Kato to learn the Japanese arts of origami and kirigami. Chaco’s new work blends Japanese traditions with contemporary art to stimulate children’s creativity and imagination.
Come and create a beautiful art installation that brings the story of Tanabata to life!
Date: Wednesday 3 July / Thursday 4 July 2013
Venue: Object Gallery, 417 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
Cost: $10 (includes booking fee)
Ages: 3-12 (All sessions cater for ages 3-12, but families with younger children are encouraged to attend the morning sessions)
Session times: 9:30am, 11:00am, 2:30pm (max 25 per session)
Duration: Approx 1hr
When & Where
The Japan Foundation, Sydney
The Japan Foundation, Sydney is the Australian arm of The Japan Foundation, established by the Japanese government to promote cultural and academic exchange between Japan and other nations. We run a variety of educational programs and cultural events throughout the year.