Gyotaku: the Art of Fish Printing

Learn the Japanese art of Gyotaku. Over a hundred years ago Japanese fishermen took rubbing of the fish they caught to document their catch. The intricate beauty of the fish was captured and preserved. Today the same technique is used to make prints and decorate fabric.

Participants will view and learn the technique of Gyotaku and have the opportunity to make prints on paper.

Participants can bring in their own fabric or tee-shirts to make prints on.

Registrants will recieve additional information about supplies they may want to bring.

Workshop taught by Nora Quinlan, Director of Reference.

Please note that this program may not be suitable for people with fish or seafood allergies.

Location: Alvin Sherman Library ( Directions, Weather )

3100 Ray Ferrero, Jr. Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale , FL 33314 U.S.A.

RSVP: 20 of 20 Spaces Booked! ( Overflow Registration)

Cost: Free andopen to the public

Contact Info

Nora Quinlan

Phone: 954-262-4613
Website: Click to Visit