Ukiyo-e Viewed through Japonisme
On view at the Chiba City Museum of Art through March 6, 2022.
I hope that everyone is keeping well in these turbulent times.
Please note that the 7th Ocha Zanmai Tea Culture conference originally scheduled for April 26, 2020, has been POSTPONED to Sunday, April 25, 2021.
(from the website: https://mll.sfsu.edu/events/40852-7th-ocha-zanmai…)
The 7th Ocha Zanmai Tea Culture Conference has been postponed in consideration of various concerns raised by the wide spread of the novel coronavirus. The new date of the conference is Sunday, April 25, 2021. Please mark your calendar. The theme of the conference remains the same: "Tea Culture of the Edo Period (1603-1867). See you in 2021
TO PARTICIPANTS WHO HAVE ALREADY PRE-REGISTERED FOR 2020:
Your registration will automatically be extended to 2021. Should you be unable to attend the conference in 2021, you may transfer your registration to another attendee. Please forward the name and contact information (must include email address) of the new attendee to the organizer of the conference.
Theme: Tea Culture in the Edo Period
with special demonstration by the Hosokawa Sansai School.
Register by December 31 for Early Bird pricing -
General admission $60, Students $20
Click on the image below to download the registration form.
Treasures from Ninnaji Temple and Omuro at Tokyo National Museum opening January 16
Upcoming: UNKEI-The Great Master of Buddhist Sculpture at Tokyo National Museum
Opening Tuesday, September 26 at Tokyo National Museum (click on image to visit the official exhibition site)
About this blog
Check here for news on my latest projects as well as Japanese art exhibitions and programs of interest in the Vancouver area and beyond.