Cosmic Energy = Heart:
Beauty in Japanese Bamboo Art (Curator's Circle Lecture)
Note: On July 19, please plan for extra time to park and expect temporary street closures near the museum for the Biennial of the Americas' Denver Night event in the Civic Center Park area and multiple events at the museum.
Designated as a “Living National Treasure” in 2012, Japanese bamboo artist Fujinuma Noboru gives his first public lecture outside of Japan since being awarded the prestigious title. He describes how he incorporates his ideas and energy into his artwork, several of which are displayed in Texture and Tradition: Japanese Woven Bamboo (closing July 28).
Doors open at 6:45 pm. Lecture at 7 pm, reception at 8 pm.
Free with museum admission, but reservations are required. Call 720-913-0040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the William Sharpless Jackson Jr. Endowment.
Image credit line: Fujinuma Noboru (Japanese, born 1945), “Generous Heart” Flower Tray, Heisei period, 1997. Bamboo. Denver Art Museum; Gift of Paul M. Hoff III and Hazel W. Hoff in memory of Paul M. Hoff Jr. 2001.662