Artist Talks and Gallery Events

G1F1 – Furoshiki with Mayumi Amada

Furoshiki with Mayumi Amada Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used to wrap, carry, and organize things such as gifts, documents, clothes, and so on. It is said that the history goes back to the Nara period (710~794). Furoshiki is a very convenient and useful reusable cloth. This Furoshiki workshop will show you the useful…

1MK0 – Mary Kosuth Lecture

1MK0 – Mary Kosuth Lecture Mary Kosuth will talk about microplastic contamination in water in conjunction with Mayumi Amada’s exhibition Water Flows, Life Blooms.  She is a research assistant and PhD student at the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Sciences. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Dunwoody…