"Peacefulness through a bowl of tea" is the motto of Dr Genshitsu Sen, the 15th generation tea master of Urasenke. Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association was established with the aim of bringing people together through "the way of tea" encouraging and nurturing peace between singapore and japan, and throughout the world. The association was registered with the govenment with the goverment of republic of singapore in april 1991.
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In Celebration of SJ50
Charity Tea Gathering 2016 - The Changes of Autumn -
Special Exhibition : Ceramic Works by Dr. Iskandar Jalil
We are pleased to announce the annual charity tea gathering and the special exhibition to celebrate SJ50. The exhibition will feature ceramic works created by Dr Iskandar Jalil, Singapore’s foremost master potter. Participants of all ages will enjoy the superb art and three different styles of tea ceremony in the ambience of autumn.
Dr. Iskandar Jalil
A highly regarded local ceramist. Apprenticed and trained in Japan in the ‘70s. His works integrate Japanese discipline and philosophy with Southeast Asian art. He was awarded the Cultural Medallion Award for Visual Arts in 1988, the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendation Award in 2014, the Order of the Rising Sun Gold Rays with Rosette in 2015 and many others.
Date & Time: 2 October (Sun) 10:00am - 4:00pm (Reception 9:30am – 3:00pm）
Venue: Level 2 Ballroom, The Japanese Association, Singapore
Admission: $20 (to be paid on the day at the venue
The proceeds will be donated to the Straits Times School Pocket Money
Fund through the Japanese Association, Singapore.
Organizer: Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association
Benefactors: The Japanese Association, Singapore
Japan Creative Centre