Re: Japanese A&S
- I once entered a prize tourney A.S. competition at Pennsic...I
entered one of my ebira...totally period in craftsmanship...and was
shot down by the Lady (I use the term loosely...) who was running it.
I got the old - "...that aint period, it is not european, and you
will never get so much as a point if I am running the show..."
The "lady" had no tact, was totally biggoted in terms of what she
thought should be in an A.S. competetion...and told me where I could
go to put my entry...
I have never put another entry in an A.S. competition...
This goes to show me that the odds are still stacked against us
Jappos...and it is all the more reason why we should keep fighting to
get Non-Euro persona accepted...
I say bung to the Euro-trash...and hope art minded people will see
the effort some of us "Asians" put into our work...
Still...everyone keep plugging...perhaps one day we will get there...
Date, who is tired of Western Bigotry....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Douglas Shannon" <professor03@h...>
> > From: "Heidi Lyn" <akeakemai@a...>a bit of
> >Subject: Re: Japanese A&S
> >Actually, the "Laurel's prize tourney" that I was referring to is
> >a spin onwould love
> >the "artisan's displays" that I have participated in (although I
> >to seesome of the
> >the Laurel's prize tourney you describe here to be imported to
> >events I go to!!) In this display, you are invited to sit withyour artwork
> >during aduring
> >specific time period and Laurels are invited to make their rounds
> >thatfeedback (alot
> >same time period, to stop at the various displays and give
> >likeago). In this
> >the A&S poster session that was asked about a couple of posts
> >particular case, they do mention that prizes will be awarded, butI'm not
> >surethe work
> >I'll even be staying for that.
> > > Makiwara
> All of this talk about A&S stuff is making me want to enter some of
> I have been done and have been working on lately.
> But I'm sure the event is on a Saturday when I have class....
> Bummer for me!
> Sylvester Burchardt
> East Kingdom
> m.k.a. Douglas Shannon
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