We were visited by students and a professor from Yamaguchi, Japan this past week, and treated to a day of workshops.
Professor Ryoko Matsuo guides ASN student Flavia Salvador in a ‘furoshiki’ cloth wrapping workshop.
The workshops, which took place in the Fashion area, gave students insight into the cultural and utilitarian significance of traditional Japanese clothing (Kimono Workshop) and folding/wrapping techniques (Furoshiki Workshop). A few ASN students also accompanied the group on a tour of nearby Rosslyn Chapel.
Professor Ryoko Matsuo’s work in fashion and textiles at Yamaguchi Prefectural University includes projects which aim at the creation of a rich cultural life and take advantage of local resources.
ASN and YPU students with Professor Matsuo
We extend our thanks to Professor Matsuo and her students for their visit.
A few photos from the ASN workshop on the artichoke thistle project, part of the Active Intent object week. Thank you to the participants and to Spyros Kizis, a post-graduate in the product design department, for hosting the session!
A few photos from the ASN workshop on the waveform and audio editing with Audacity, part of the Active Intent sound week. Thank you to the participants and to Patrick for hosting the session!
Art, Space & Nature events for the week of December 3rd:
- Tuesday | 6pm – Tenty Tuesday Opening Night for OBJECT week
- Thursday | 7pm – Film Screening — Norman McLaren short, and Lee Hae-jun’s Castaway on the Moon
- Friday | 4pm – The Artichoke Thistle Project Workshop – Spyros Kizis
All events take place at Tent Gallery, Ground Floor of Evolution House, Edinburgh College of Art, 78 West Port at Lady Lawson [map]
A few photos from the ASN bookbinding workshop this week, thank you to the participants and to Sandra for hosting the session!