The Art & Culture of Japan

May 3-28, 2017

Join us for this month-long, Center-wide celebration of Japanese art and culture. Visual arts, performing arts, and classes will all focus on the rich artistic and cultural heritage of the Japanese people.

In the Gallery  (May 3-28)
The Art of Jimmy Mirikitani on loan from the Wing Luke Museum
Oregon Pottery Association & Mashiko Ceramics and Arts Association
Bonseki by Herb Bastuscheck
Contemporary Japanese Prints from the Davidson Gallery
Citizen Min: Minoru Yasui  Retrospective Exhibition

In the Theatre
Poetry, Quilts, & Internment Stories with Maggie Chula & Cathy Erickson—May 7, 2pm
The Cats of Mirikitani: The Art of Jimmy Mirikitani Film Screening—May 17, 6pm
poTENtial Culinary Arts Conversation Project—May 20, 4pm
UNIT SOUZOU Taiko Drumming Workshop—May 21, 12:30pm
poTENtial Performance UNIT SOUZOU Taiko Drumming—May 21, 3pm
Traditional Japanese Tattoo Art Presentation with Master Artist Horisuzu—May 24, 6pm

In the Studio
Children’s Day Celebration & Activities—May 7, 11am-1pm
Animation Workshop with Steven Christian—May 13, 1-4pm


This show is underwritten by The Templeton Foundation, The Wheeler Foundation, Cathedral Ridge Winery, Catherine Watters Sasanuma & Daisuke Sasanuma, James & Ella Hasegawa, Windermere Realty, Don & Bonnie Benton, Lillian Kurahara, Yuri Hasegawa, Ruth Akiyama, Tom T. Sumoge, Neil A. Watanabe DMD, Maija Yasui, the Cree Family given In Memoriam for the Endow Family, and Nancy Tamura.

And generously sponsored by

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