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Gyotaku – Fish Painting
June 16, 2012
Get creative with fish – yes – fish – and paint a t-shirt, poster or virtually anything you can put paint on. Gyotaku is a Japanese art form of painting with real fish. Fishermen used this method in ancient times to record their catches using ink and rice paper. We’ll use fish and paint and t-shirts. This event is offered free to the public as a community outreach program through the Hutchinson Center for the Arts.
Saturday, June 16 at the arts center.
Stop by anytime from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
No pre-registration required.
Bring a t-shirt, shorts or other article of clothing or other material to paint on. A limited number of t-shirts will be available for purchase at the arts center for $2 while supplies last.
Painting is FREE and this activity is fun for both kids and adults.
Get creative with fish and create a one-of-a-kind t-shirt!