|The Morikami Museum offers a variety of educational programs for all ages, providing informative and unique experiences in learning Japanese culture through classes, workshops, lectures, family programs, cultural demonstrations, and educational outreach. In addition, gallery talks, discussions, videos and film showings are held in conjunction with the lecture series and exhibits, enhancing and adding a new dimension to the educational programming. For a complete listing of programs, please click here for our calendar of events.|
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Enjoy an evening with The Shining Prince on Stage: Inaka Genji in Kabuki Plays and Prints on April 17, 2014, a lecture by Sarah E. Thompson, Assistant Curator for Japanese Prints of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The Tale of Genji, Japan's great literary classic, was a popular subject for woodblock prints and inspired the bestseller, False Murasaki's Rustic Genji, which was dramatized for the kabuki stage. This talk explores the complex interaction between books, plays, and prints. Click here to purchase your tickets.
|Learn the art of Shodo, Japanese Calligraphy, in our hands-on Calligraphy Workshop on April 26, 2014. Learn basic calligraphy techniques and how to write a few words. Two workshops available for families of 3rd graders and up at 11:00am and an adult workshop at 12:30pm. Click here for more information.