Sat, Jan 15|
Japan’s Flower Calendar
This event is full. RSVP to receive a link to the recording. From ancient times, the Japanese have marked the passage of time through a symbolic language of flowers. Robert Hori, Botanical Cultural Curator at The Huntington explores how these seasonal markers have shaped art, culture and poetry.
Time & Location
Jan 15, 2022, 4:30 PM PST
About the Event
Join us at 4:30 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) on Saturday, January 15 for a FREE BAGSC presentation by Robert Hori, Botanical Cultural Curator at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
This presentation is offered in conjunction with the upcoming BAGSC "Call for Entries" for the exhibition, "Gifts from Japan: A Horticultural Journey told through Botanical Art," a wonderful collaborative exhibition to be held in Portland, Oregon at the Portland Japanese Gardens.
Guests are welcome! Please have guest(s) fill out an RSVP, or fill out the RSVP for each of your guest(s).
A Zoom link to the presentation will be sent in the confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please be sure to check your 'junk' or 'spam' email box.
Not available on January 15th? We will miss you, but will be recording this presentation for later viewing and reviewing. RSVP to receive the link to the post-event recording.
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Artwork credit: Kawarazaki Shodo (1889 – 1973), Japanese Iris “Kakitsubata,”, 1951, Iris laevigata. From the collection at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.