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17 October, the International Exhibition of Calligraphy opens in Vladivostok

The Primorsky State Museum, the joint Vladimir Arseniev Museum and the International Society of Oriental Fine Arts (SICA), with the support of the Japanese Center in Vladivostok, is opening an exhibition of calligraphy. It will start its work on October 17 at 18:00. The venue is the main building of the museum (Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya st., 20). This was reported by DV-ROSS.

Exhibitions of the International Cultural & Arts Exchange Association expand their boundaries every year. Since 1985, they have seen cities in Japan, Korea, China, Australia, and the USA. Now the Vladivostok public will have the opportunity to get acquainted with painting, calligraphy, and ink paintings. The Association has brought together craftsmen from different countries who create their works to strengthen friendship and peace throughout the world. Since 2012, artists from Russia have begun to take part in the exhibitions, according to the museum's website.

The exhibition will feature works by masters from Japan, Korea, USA, Australia, Russia; Japanese and Korean artists will hold demonstrations for guests. In addition, master classes on calligraphy from Kamat Yukiko, chairman of the International Society of Oriental Fine Arts, head of the calligraphy society "Syo-kai", as well as Vladivostok artist, designer and calligrapher Dmitry Ryzhov are planned on the site.

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