Contemporary Narrative Art: Evolution of Masami Teraoka’s Work to 2014

with artist Masami Teraoka

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 - 7:00pm8:00pm
Hamilton Building - Lower Level and Level 2
Tickets not yet on sale.

Masami Teraoka describes how his artwork and how he evolved as an artist living in Japan and the United States. He represents the evolution of his artwork, ranging from Japanese ukiyoe style to European Renaissance.

Viewing of At The Mirror: Reflections of Japan in 20th Century Prints on level 2, 6-9 pm

Reception with cash bar, 8–9 pm

Tickets are not yet on sale, but prices will be $8 students and DAM volunteers, $12 AAA & DAMC members and artists, $15 DAM members, $18 others.

Sponsored by the Logan Lectures and William Sharpless Jackson Jr. Endowment.


Image credit line: Masami Teraoka (b. 1926), Today’s Special (from the series 31 Flavors Invading Japan), 1982. Color woodblock print. Funds from David A. Yeakley bequest. 2014.22