Introduction to Beauty and Crafts in Japanese Culture presented by Ian James Kidd: Philosopher and Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Nottingham
Love the slightly worn, chipped, cracked treasure, a delicious item visibly past-its-best, this evening is for you.
We invite you to bring an item of battered, and past-its-best crockery and learn to see new sorts of beauty using lessons from traditional Japanese culture. This includes a free illustration and gilding mini-class mid-way in this unique and special evening with Ian.
Beauty and Crafts in Japanese Culture is part of Heritage Open Days 2018 Vintage Crockery will be available to select and purchase on the night
This event is free; you will not incur a cost to book your ticket but it will secure your attendance