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CANCELED: The Japanese Garden-Japan’s Greatest Gift to the World

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CANCELED: The Japanese Garden-Japan’s Greatest Gift to the World

Location: Museum Boardroom

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Please note that the Museum is taking the necessary precautions and following the guidelines communicated by the California Department of Public Health. Due to their recommendations of limiting nonessential gatherings and the extension of federal social distancing guidelines to April 30,  this event has been canceled.  We regret the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding of these circumstances. Please contact the Museum with any questions at 619.232.7931 or check here for updates.

Portland Japanese Garden CEO Steve Bloom discusses the many facets of Japanese gardens, including how to better understand the subtleties of these gardens, from their spiritual and social purposes and origins, to their practical uses, ranging from a lovely place to visit, to serving as venues for promoting the ideals of culture, craft, wellness, mutual understanding, and the pursuit of global peace. Bloom will discuss the past, present, and future of the Portland Japanese Garden and how it has grown into one the most dynamic global platforms for sharing Japan’s greatest gifts with the world.

Sponsored by the Asian Arts Council

Free AAC members / $10 Museum members /$12 nonmembers / $8 students

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April 30, 2020
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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