The first Tokyo Women's Collective event was a success! I say that because not only did everyone enjoy themselves but after the event the majority of the participants went for lunch together - always a good sign.
The two-hour event was held at MTRL in Dogenzaka, Shibuya. The space was is for creatives and projects in various states of completion provided eye-candy and the DIY and fabrication machines inspired ideas for future events.
Half of the group learned Japanese calligraphy and the other half got to know each other better and brainstormed ideas for future events.
These talented women are photographers, architects, designers, teachers, artists, engineers and more!
If this looks like your jam, sign-up to learn about future events!
May taught us Japanese Calligraphy, also called shodo, to write GENKI!
Everyone received a handmade name tag. May made these beautiful pins with recycled material.
May is an artist and also teaches art professionally. We were fortunate that she offered to teach the class to us.
May taught us how to hold the brush and perform basic strokes.
The women that joined were from Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Poland, and Thailand.
Some of the women met at the Shibuya Japanese class.
We hope you join us at the next event!