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Paths Like Threads

Contributed by David Surtasky Photographs by David Surtasky Japanese Textiles and the Art of Sculpting Kimono, Theatre Nohgaku’s Costume Workshop, June 2014 (Pt.2) In noh, a traveler on a journey arrives, often in a famous place. Most times they meet … Continue reading

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Structure and Substance

Contributed by John Oglevee Photographs by David Surtasky Japanese Textiles and the Art of Sculpting Kimono, Theatre Nohgaku’s Costume Workshop, June 2014 What is it that we wear? Each time we dress, we are entering a kind of costume. We … Continue reading

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Wearing the Earth

Contributed by David Surtasky Photographs by David Surtasky Japanese Textiles and the Art of Sculpting Kimono, Theatre Nohgaku’s Costume Workshop (Pt.1) From a distance the pattern isn’t clear, only on close examination is the detail apparent. This theme is resonant … Continue reading

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Make it Noh

Make it Noh: The First Half of the 2013 Noh Costume Workshop – Kyoto, Japan Contributed by Morit Gaifman Photographs courtesy of Morit Gaifman (Editor’s note: Morit was a participant in the TN Costume Workshop, Kyoto & Fukuyama Japan, June … Continue reading

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