Event Title
San Diego Potters / Japanese Influences
Name Japanese Friendship Garden San Diego
Address 2125 Park Blvd. Ste. 2
City San Diego
State CALIFORNIA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours General Entrance Fee Adult $10:00 Students, seniors, and military with ID $8:00
Location All
Telephone 6192322721
Email registrar@niwa.org
Web Site http://niwa.org/
   
Contact Emiko Scudder  
Fee Opening Reception/ Entrance Fee $5:00
Reception Date 2-3-2017
Dates Starts On 2-3-2017   Ends On 4-30-2017
Opening Days Open Monday to Sunday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm ( Last admittion 6:00am )
Opening Time 4:30 P.M.
Event Description The Japanese Friendship Garden presents an exhibition of work by members of the San Diego Potters\' Guild highlighting the influence of Japanese ceramics, historical and contemporary, on the work they do today. Like studio potters everywhere, Guild members borrow Japanese forms, techniques, and glazes, and find inspiration in the characteristically Japanese embrace of nature, its accidents and imperfections. San Diego Potters / Japanese Influences explores how millennia of Japanese ceramic history live on in contemporary San Diego studios.
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Event Title
Louis M Schmidt/ Persons Unknown
Name Japanese Friendship Garden San Diego
Address 2125 Park Blvd. Ste. 2
City San Diego
State CALIFORNIA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Special Exhibition 11:00 am to 4:00 pm Adults $4:00 Students,seniors, and Military $3.00 with ID
Location 0
Telephone 6192322721
Email registrar@niwa.org
Web Site http://www.niwa.org/garden-exhibits/2017/2/3/persons-unknown
   
Contact Emiko Scudder  
Fee $5.00 include the Garden entrance Fee RSVP: Emiko Scudder (619) 232-2784 or registrar@
Reception Date 2-3-2017
Dates Starts On 2-3-2017   Ends On 4-22-2017
Opening Days Monday to Sunday
Opening Time 5:00 P.M.
Event Description The Japanese Friendship Garden represents an exhibition of Louis M Schmidt delighted to bring his ongoing series shooting in different cities around world. In this exhibition, the artist selected photographs of four recent trips to Tokyo, Japan. “Persons Unknown” introduces his unique vision of a way of looking at people in a city and curiosity of life in Japan. He captivates urban images through abstract view of pedestrians, architecture and city details.
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