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MAGCUL マグカル

MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
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【d】  パーチメントクラフトの森・冬 2020~2021≪アンティークとともに≫
Art / photography
2020.10.19

[D] Parchment Craft Forest / Winter 2020-2021 << With antiques >>

岩崎博物館(ゲーテ座記念) 
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It's been over 20 years since Parchment Craft was introduced to Japan. The <Parchment Craft Forest> has been created by collecting various works of friends who love parchment craft that express delicate lace patterns on paper. The Christmas tree on display at the venue will be decorated with ornaments made from parchment craft. 2020 was a year of nothing. At the end of the year, here at the Iwasaki Museum, we hope you will feel the "comfort of a moment" created by the antique small pieces and parchment crafts in the Suzie Antique & Gallery collection. * What is parchment craft? Parchment craft uses a special paper called parchment paper, traces the design with a pen, embossing (embossing), perforating (drilling holes with a special needle), cutting (using special scissors) It is a paper craft that creates a work through the work of. A piece of parchment paper transforms into a delicately woven lace. 〇Requests for visits ・ Reservations are required for admission. (tel.045-623-2111 or museum@iwasaki.ac.jp [Reply confirmation required]) ・ Admission is limited to 2 people per group, and each viewing time is 25 minutes.・ Please cooperate with temperature measurement, mask wearing, hand disinfection, and questionnaire at the time of admission. * Please refrain from visiting the museum if the following applies.・ Those who have symptoms such as fever (37 ℃ or higher), suffocation / strong dullness, cough / sore throat ・ Those who have visited a country / region where the infection has spread within 2 weeks ・ Infection or suspected infection Those who are close to

  • Start Day
    2020-12-09
  • End Day
    2021-01-11
  • Hour
    10: 00-17: 00 (admission until 16:30)
  • Address
    254 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
  • Ticket type / Fee
    Admission fee: 300 yen for adults / 100 yen for children
  • Contact
    Iwasaki Museum 045-623-2111
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