Apr 17, 2009

A Lecture of Our Dreams

BYJ with Jeon Yongbok sonsen-nim



From left to right, BYJ, Jeon sonsen-nim's son, Sato-san of the band SENSATION

(photos from the "Diary of SENSATION")

BYJ's mentor on Japanese lacquer Jeon Yongbok sonsen-nim will be giving a lecture at Gajoen! This is the second of two lectures (the first to be given in Kyoto at the end of May) produced by wuri kajok Pinky Ring.


Reproduction of the entrance of the old Meguro Gajoen.
The current work is the entrance to the banquet hall on the 5th floor.

Elevator to the "Hyakudan Kaidan (One Hundred Steps Stairway)


Date: June 28 (Sun) from 12 p.m.

Name of event: Cultural exchange between Korea and Japan

Theme: Passing on the Lacquer Culture to the Present

Venue: Meguro Gajoen

Fee: 9500 Yen (includes lunch)
Applications will be accepted from April 20 (Mon)

Pinky Ring-san has revealed to us that sonsen-nim is a most passionate person, and that he is willing to talk about everything we want to know about lacquer art... and of course wuri BYJ!

Kamsahamnida, Pinky-san for organizing the lecture of our dreams!

Jeon Yongbok sonsen-nim's profile in Korean:

http://www.57art-museum.net/korea/introduction/index.html

6 comments:

jaime said...

dear flowerbossa,

what wonderful news! this sounds like a really great seminar. Listening to the master himself talking about Lacquer art. will u and pallet be going? thanks for sharing!

love ... jaime

flowerbossa said...

Konnichiwa Jaime-san,

Thank you for coming by when I know you have not yet recovered fully. I hope the test results will help you to find the right treatment for your pain.
As you know, I still need to be careful not to overdo things, and the practice of yoga & ayurveda has helped me in balancing my daily life. If you are interested in ayurveda treatment, I am sure satovic can help you. If you want to get in touch with her, please let me know.

AND on the lecture, yes doesn't it sound exciting?! Pallet and I are really looking forward to participating in this event.

Take it slow now^^

love,
flowerbossa

Anonymous said...

Hi, hi;

I wish I could attend the lecture. If so, I could ask Mr. Chun what motived YJ to start learning about the aspects of lacquer.

I hope you don't mind that I share this great news with the K-sisters in byjintoronto.

Thanks again.

suehan

flowerbossa said...

Hi suehan,

Oh, I wish you could attend too!
Although he will be giving the lecture in Japanese, I'm sure he would love to speak to a participant in his mother tongue.

Like I mentioned in my latest posting, there will be a Q&A session at the event, so I'm sure many people will be eager to bring up your question!

Thank you for your effort in sharing this news with the Korean sisters^^

love,
flowerbossa

bb said...

hi hi flowerbossa!

sorry... i had shared your blog postings on my blog yesterday, but i didn't have the courtesy to at least drop you a comment before i do that :p

sighs... work's a b%&#@ recently, and i've been keeping all sorts of hours...

anyway, enough about me. hope life's treating you good :)

thanks for sharing :)

flowerbossa said...

Hi bb,

No need to apologize - I should be thanking you^^

The biography seems really interesting doesn't it?
Too bad there isn't an English version.

I know you're busy as usual, but do take care.

love,
flowerbossa