Inactive until September 2021 unless otherwise updated.
Bunka is a form of Japanese embroidery originating around the turn of the 20th century. Bunka artists use a specialized embroidery needle and rayon threads to create very detailed pictures that some liken to oil paintings. Typical subjects include people, living things (traditionally fish), and traditional Japanese scenes.
Unlike some other forms of embroidery, bunka is fragile and is usually presented as artwork rather than as clothing adornment. Bunka has gained in popularity since the advent of numbered kits, which provide a step-by-step guide to producing artwork.
This activity group meets on Wednesdays from 9:30 am to Noon in Room 3.
Meeting day: Wednesdays
Time: 10 am to noon
Location: Room 3
Diane Barber 519-763-2996
Ruby Brent 519-767-1954