Saturday, 9 April 2011


Tomorrow I'm off to Morrocco. As I booked it a year ago (by accident) I'm not so into the idea now. I'd like to stay in bed for a week instead.


PS we are having a print sale at the Daiwa Foundation for the Japan Tsunami Appeal. There'll also be an auction website where you can view prints but I don't have details yet.

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation invites you to a fundraising event in support of The British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal

East London Printmakers

Print Sale for Japan

Thursday, 14 April, 5-7pm (No booking is necessary)

immediately following Roland Kelt's 4pm lecture, Pop Culture from a Multipolar Japan

The artist of East London Printmakers, an independent artist-run printmaking studio, work in techniques mush as hand made stencils, silkscreen, fabric printing, woodcut, etching and photographic processes. The work is a diverse mix of traditional and contemporary art. Recent exhibitions include group shows at the City Hall, the V&A Museum of Childhood and the Freud museum, as well as touring shows abroad.

The 200 members include people from over 17 countries, many with an interest in Japanese arts and culture, and several who have visited or lived in Japan. The funds they collect by selling their art works will all go to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal. The Price range is £10-£300.


  1. If you get a sound mattress, stay in bed for a week in Morocco - it's *your* vacation. Mind how you go and have a good one.x

  2. Morocco is heaven. Have a lovely time. x