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Kaji Aso Studio

40 St. Stephen St, Boston, MA - 02115 (617)247-1719

Classes

in painting, ceramics, poetry, life drawing, pastel and more..

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Gallery Hours:
Tuesday 7pm -9pm; Friday 1pm -5 pm and by appointment.

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Fall Session 2015

Art Classes
Ceramics Classes
Japanese Arts
and Culture

Tea Ceremony
Watercolor
Workshops

Annual Haiku Contest

Japanese culture

Courses include: Japanese Calligraphy, Japanese Conversation, Tea Ceremony and more..

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Registration

You may
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By phone
(617)247-1719
Or in person. Registration hours are: please call for registration schedule.

 

Exhibition

September

Faculty Show

Sept 12 - Oct 12

October

Works in Dry Media

Faculty and Students
Oct 13 - Nov 20

The Prudential
A Spot of Beauty"

November

Artists Marketplace

Nov 21 - Dec 31


January 2016

Winter Festival

Jan 16 - Feb 13

February

Small Works

February 19 - March 18

March

"March Wind"

March 19 - April 7
A Group exhibition with the theme March Wind"

April

"Endless Journey" The artwork of Kaji Aso

April 9 - April 29

May

Japanese Calligraphy

May 1 - May 27

July

Tanabata - The Star Festival

July 9 - July 31

Events

November

Artisis Marketplace
Nov 21 - Dec 31

Kaji Aso Studio participates in the 32 annual Blackships Festival in Newport RI website

January 2016

Winter Festival
Jan 16 - Feb 13

Opening Reception:
Sat Jan 16, 7 - 9pm
New Works by artists, poets, sculptors, and musicians presenting work based on a common theme.

February

Valentine Cabaret

Saturday, Feb 13 at 7 pm
“Opera Cabaret” popular songs and light Opera.

April

Annual Haiku Contest

The Kaji Aso Studio annual international Haiku Contest winners will be awarded their prizes on Sunday, May 1 as part of the Japan Festival. Submission Deadline: April 15, 2016

May

Japan Day
Sunday May 1
2 -7 pm

Sunday, May 1, 2 – 7 pm Learn about the many different aspects of Japanese culture. Demonstrations in Calligraphy and Tea Ceremony; performance of Koto and Shamisen music

July

Summer Festival
July 9 - July 31

Opening Reception: Sat, July 9 - 7 - 9pm Artists, musicians, and poets exhibit and perform new works based on the Japanese legend of “Tanabata”.