Children's Making Workshop with Cindy Mochizuki
Ghost in the Peach Pit
Friday, July 13, 2018, 10:00 - 11:30 am
Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art
Image courtesy of Cindy Mochizuki
The pit of a sweet and juicy peach is seen in Japanese folklore as a powerful stone to combat unwanted ghosts and spirits. Guided by exhibiting artist Cindy Mochizuki and her work 105 Chrysanthemums on view as part of the exhibition 13 Ways to Summon Ghosts, participants will go on a narrative-driven tiny ghost hunt and create their own tiny ghost story. Using air dry clay, we will imagine our own ghost who lives inside the peach pit as a lucky talisman. Grownups are also welcome.
***Registration is required and we request a donation per registrant upon arrival.***
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Cindy Mochizuki's multi-media installation, audio fiction, performance, animation, drawings and community-engaged projects have been exhibited and screened throughout Canada, the United States and Asia, notably at Centre A, grunt gallery and Access Gallery (Vancouver), Koganecho Bazaar (Yokohama), and Toronto Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre. In 2015, she received the Vancouver Mayor's Arts Award in New Media and Film. She received her MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the School For Contemporary Arts (2006). She lives and works in Vancouver.