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From 23 on 26 October in the Museum of Scriabin hosts the festival "Days of Japan in Russia"

From 23 on 26 October in the Museum of Scriabin hosts the festival "Days of Japan in Russia"

Master classes for Ikebana Ikenobo's legendary school by Professor Midori Yamada, Sumi-e calligraphy and painting classes, Omote-san tea ceremony and the Tirimen silk fair, traditional Japanese paintings, calendars and books were prepared for children and adults.

Ikebana Ikenobo School is the oldest school of Ikebana drawing art, whose age is more than 550 years. The craftsmanship of flower arrangement, born from the tradition of arranging flower compositions to the Buddha statue, is recognized in modern Japan as a symbol of national identity, spirituality, harmony and the embodiment of the refined artistic taste recognized throughout the world.

Sumi-e, or suybokuga - a painting with the help of carcass and water, the art of strokes and lines. The strength of the stroke conveys the nature of the artist, and the curve of the lines - his emotions and mood. Life suybokuga lies in the beauty of the amazing contrast of black ink and white paper. Empty white space induces the viewer to fantasy, the desire to fill it with his unique images.

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