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Kabuki Mask Making and Painting Workshop

Thursday 27 January 2022




Thu 27 January, 5:30-20:30


Main Street, Historic Villiage Tauranga, 159 17th Avenue

Evening Workshop KABUKU means ‘to learn’ and ‘to be out of ordinary’. Learn more about Japanese culture through creating a work inspired by Kabuki. Make a mask that is inspired by Kabuki and Nihon Buyo. Kabuki is an art of singing and dancing where performers would often wear masks and outfits that are flamboyant and bizarre in a theatrical sense.

This is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of Japanese culture as well as enjoying some time with like-minded creative individuals in a warm supportive environment.

Tutor: Ulemj Glamuzina
Date: Thursday 27th January 2022
Time: 5.30 – 8.30pm
Cost: $85 All materials supplied.

Email Ulemj at to book.

Ulemj an international artist born in Mongolia, will guide the most inexperienced to achieve amazing results. She will help you find your creative vibe. You'll be rewarded with a great sense of achievement and take home your very own original and unique mask.

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