Art & Culture of Japan Exhibition

Art & Culture of Japan Exhibition

Curators: Sally Reichmuth, Carolyn Smith, & Kerry Cobb
Exhibition: May 3-28
Closed Show


Part of the CCA 2017 Cultural Art Series, the main Gallery will feature a Bonseki display by artist Bastuscheck from Salem; an exhibition by the Oregon Pottery Association in collaboration with the Mashiko Ceramics & Arts Association from Japan; exhibition of the work of the artist Mirikitani from the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle; contemporary Japanese prints from the Davidson Gallery in Seattle (Lobby Gallery); and an exhibition on the life of Hood River resident Minoru Yasui (Citizen Min), a recent Congressional Medal of Honor winner (Nook Gallery).

This show is underwritten by the Oregon Cultural Trust,  The Templeton Foundation, The Wheeler Foundation, Catherine Watters Sasanuma & Daisuke Sasanuma, James & Ella Hawegawa, 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.

  • May 3, 2017 - May 28, 2017
    11:00am - 5:00pm



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