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Exhibition “Japan in Blue and White” to feature a popular color-scheme in the Edo period at Pacific Asia Museum, Mar 25, ’10 – Mar 6, ’11

Exhibition “Japan in Blue and White” to feature a popular color-scheme in the Edo period at Pacific Asia Museum, Mar 25, ’10 – Mar 6, ’11

Japan in Blue and White is currently on view at Pacific Asia Museum’s Gallery for Japanese Art in Pasadena through March 2011. The exhibition is guest curated by Meher McArthur. There will be  several rotations of textiles and prints throughout the year.  The exhibition features porcelains, kimono, futon covers, and woodblock prints from both...
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Haiku Study Group meeting at Pacific Asia Museum, July 17

On Saturday, July 17th the Southern California Haiku Study Group has the pleasure of sharing time with two very special guests: Dr. David G. Lanoue, and Luce Pelletier. DR. DAVID G. LANOUE Dr. David G. Lanoue is a translator of Japanese haiku, a teacher of English and world literature, a writer of haiku and “haiku novels.” David earned his B.A....
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Gallery >> Japanese Character Series by Shizuko Greenblatt – at Pacific Asia Museum, May 6 – June 27

Gallery >> Japanese Character Series by Shizuko Greenblatt – at Pacific Asia Museum, May 6 – June 27

The Pacific Asia Museum presents “Japanese Character Series by Shizuko Greenblatt” at its Gallery of Contemporary Art from May 6 through June 27. In this exhibition, Shizuko Greenblatt explores a new mode of calligraphy on canvas as well as a fresh approach to ikebana. Greenblatt presents Japanese characters in an abstract expressionistic style while...
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