Past Gallery Exhibits

 

 

India Exposures & Images 
Hall Gallery
June 2 – Aug 26, 2017
The images will enchant your senses with the beauty of Indian people.  Marty Tharp is a local resident who spent three months traveling in India and capturing these heartfelt photographs.
Egypt:  Gift of the Nile
Main Gallery
March 3 – June 17, 2017
Egypt ~ Gift of the Nile is full of unique art and artifacts include Egyptian wedding jewelry, camel saddles, papyrus prints and illustrations, exquisite inlaid treasure boxes, textiles and clothing, furniture, currency, and a replica of the Rosetta Stone.  Visitors learn about ancient Egypt through its pharaohs, temples, mummification processes, and hieroglyphics.  Curated by Jack Curfman & Lauren Bishop.
Lauren Bishop, curator
Jack Curfman, Exhibit installer
Joni Teter (ESS), program “What Came Before:  Ancient Egypt’s Roots in Neolithic North Africa”
Bill Cherf (ESS), program “Ancient Egypt Religion”
David Pepper (ESS), program “Egyptomania”
Dennis Pricolo (ESS), program “The Invasions of Egypt by Bronze Age Bad Boys”
John Roberts, program “Global Hot Spots:  Clues & FAQs” (Done  2x)
Hadeel Abdel-Ghany, program “Egyptian Food, Family, and Faith”
Kay Saelens & Terri Raymond, Story Time at the Museum
Discoveries Egyptian Importers, Artifact Contributors, Museum Shop Items
Egyptian Study Society – Programs          
Europe ~ Tales & Traditions
Main Gallery
November 4, 2016 – February 18, 2017
Northern Colorado’s European roots are being honored in this unique exhibit.  We have opened our Main Gallery to six organizations, groups, and individuals to display their European heritage with photographs, textiles, and carvings.  Each will showcase their heritage passed down from generations.  In addition you will be zapped with the holiday spirit in our European Christmas Market exhibit showcasing nutcrackers, real gingerbread houses, nativities, and santas.
Lauren Bishop, curator
Maracuja Band, concert
Free Admission Day – Black Friday
Cheryl , program “Germans From Russia Video Series” 3 part Series (did 2x)
Daniel Geary, program “Genuine or Forgery:  Authenticity in the Antiques & Art Business”
Daniel Geary, program “Antique Appraisal Roadshow” (did 2x)
Samantha Moser, Story Time at the Museum
Organizations that participated – CSU Spanish Club, Germans From Russia, & Sons of Norway  
Bring me back a souvenir!  Global Travelers & Grand Memories
Main Gallery
July 1 – Oct 22, 2016
Be charmed by charms, awed by aprons, mesmerized by magnets, and bedazzled by Forney Transportation Museum’s International bicycles!  A family friendly exhibit with multiple interactive activities for all ages throughout exhibit.  From bells and coins to potholders and beer coasters, the Main Gallery exhibit showcases over 30 unique souvenir collections by international travelers who make their home in Northern Colorado.  Exhibit ends Oct 22.
Lauren Bishop, curator
Leisa Taylor, program “Inside Scoop: Collectors Stories ”
Martha Denney, program “Baskets: Adventures & Anecdotes”
Lauren Bishop, program “Wish you were here!” Youth Workshop
Daniel Geary, program “Genuine or Forgery:  Authenticity in the Antiques & Art Business”
Lauren Bishop, program “Souvenir Treasure Box”
Samantha Moser, Story Time at the Museum
Martin Limbird, Gallery Walk Program “Accordain Styles of Martin”
Exodus Moving & Storage, business sponsor, moving artifacts        
China’s Imperial Treasures
Art and Artifacts
Main Gallery
Feb 5, 2016 – Jun 18, 2016
Capture the essence of Chinese culture with unforgettable treasures from the 5 foot jade dragon boat to the minuscule paintings on rice grains. China’s Imperial Treasures: Art & Artifacts represents abroad array of treasures portrayed in several different materials such as jade, bronze, porcelain, silk, agate, silver, ivory, and wood. Rich with traditional motifs, scenes from daily life, and cultural symbolism each treasure in will provide an awe-inspiring visit to China within Fort Collins.
Lauren Bishop & Walter Huang, curator
Walter Huang, program “Imperial Treasures: Talk & Tour”
Judi Arndt, program “Chinese Textiles”
Todd Cornell, program “Chinese Philosophies”
Al Leung, program “Chinese Herbs and Foods”
Charles Greer, program “Being Chinese”
Dale Grenfell, Story Time at the Museum
Enya Lin, program “Spring Blossom Decoration Workshop”
Global Village Academy 2nd Grade, Gallery Walk Program “Chinese Dragon and Fan Dance”
Kris Hickman, Gallery Walk Program “Celtic Harp”
Dohn Construction, business sponsor, moving artifacts        
Ku Cha House of Tea, business sponsor, Gallery Walk Opening Tea
Magnolia Music Studios, business sponsor, Gallery Walk Celtic Harpist
 

Encounters: Images and Words
Hall Gallery
Feb 5, 2016 – Jun 18, 2016

“For many decades I have studied various religious and philosophical traditions of Europe and Asia. At the request of family members who wanted to know more about my travels and studies, especially in India, Sri Lanka, Persia and Japan, I began this current project. My intent is to convey the personal significance of the many persons and places I have encountered in these countries. This selection of photos and poems is both a retrospective and an expression of gratitude for all the opportunities presented to me over the years.” James Boyd, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar Philosophy Department, Colorado State University.
Jim Boyd, curator, photographer, poet
Jim Boyd, Gallery Walk  program “Reading of Poems”

Nativities Around the World
Main Gallery
Nov 6, 2015 – Jan 22, 2016
Nativities Around the World showcases more than 250 remarkable nativities of artistry and value represents over 60 countries.  Fashioned by hand or manufactured with natural materials (such as pounded bark, nuts, clay, silver, straw, & leather), the figures reflect the cultures of their creators.  The collection is on loan from 28 community members who generously share their miniature to large scale nativities.
Bonnie Titley, curator
Toby Swaford, program “Star Light Star Bright Workshop”
Martha Denney, program “Ticket to Ride: Education Abroad 101”
Knights of Columbus at Holy Family Church, program “Living Nativity”

Global Lens of Fine Photography
Hall Gallery 
October 2, 2015 – February 23, 2016
From the deserts of Morocco to the highlands of the Andes, Coca’s photographs inspire exploring the world.  Visitors to the Museum can investigate traditional indigenous cultures, “meet” people from remote villages of Guatemala, wander the streets of Croatia, and pass through the byways of Peru.
Joe Coca, curator, photographer
ClothRoads, program “Pop Up Trunk Show”

Destination Southeast Asia
Main Gallery 
July 3 – October 24, 2015
Selected Southeast Asia collections reflect the interplay of cultures, religions, arts, and lifestyles from this region.  The exhibit showcases artifacts that focus on the wealth of culture and history from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia.  Exhibit curator, John Roberts, stated, “The importance of understanding other cultures helps us understand our own.”  Let yourself be transported to Southeast Asia through the stories of intriguing artifacts 18 community members share with their collections.
John Roberts, curator
Marilyn Murphy, program “Sustaining Vibrant Southeast Asian Artisans”
Toby Swaford, program “Shadow & Light Workshop” “Sounds of Science Workshop”
Dot Cada, program “Experience Myanmar Through Cultural Events”
John Roberts, program “Southeast Asian Fusion Talk & Tour”
Dale Grenfell, program, Story Time at the Museum

Women of the World
Hall Gallery  March 7 – September 19, 2015
Women of the World, an exhibition of paintings by artist Rebekah Merlino.  This series represents “women and their cultures in modern times from all over the world.”  Rebekah Merlino is a US Army veteran who served in Afghanistan. “The experience opened my eyes to how some women outside the US live,” says Ms. Merlino. “I began the series with the story of Afghani women and continued with other cultures.”
Rebekah Merlino, curator, artist, program “Artist Talk”                 

Wild Kingdom Revisited: Warren & Genny Garst International Collection
Main Gallery  February 6 – June 20, 2015
For 25 years the Garsts spent nine months a year shooting film footage for “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom.”   Through their personal snapshots and enlightening journal entries, and Warren’s stunning wildlife photographs, we invite you to transport back to the couple’s adventures as they traveled through six regions of the world.  Enjoy your visit to cultures from hidden corners of the globe.
John Roberts, curator                                                
Jack Curfman, co-curator
Mary Jean Currier, assistant curator
Don’t Panic IT, business sponsor, kiosk donation        
CSU: Morgan Libraries, business sponsor, digitalized prints
Bonnie Titley, sponsor                                               
Lee & Carla Jeffries, sponsor
Gene Decker, program “Wild Kingdom Through Warren Garst’s Slides”
Mary Jean Currier, program “Making of Wild Kingdom Show” “Skulls Tell It All: Hunter or Prey”
Dale Grenfell, program, Story Time at the Museum
Melanie & Ray Chamberlain, program “Expedition to the Arctic”
Toby Swaford, program “Art of Animal Camouflage”

Mexico: Objects for Living, Objects for Life
Main Gallery 
October 3, 2014 – January 24, 2015
Mexico: Objects for Living, Objects for Life showcases the rich history and traditions of Mexico through the artistry of its diverse population with a focus on objects used in both everyday life and for special or religious occasions.  Objects featured include alebrijes or nightmare/dream animals from Oaxaca, ceremonial yarn paintings or nearikas from the Huichole people used in their peyote ceremonies, and vintage pottery tree of life candleholders.  Rooms within the exhibit reflect different settings, such as a festival area representing marketplace stalls and shops and a quiet area highlighting religious pieces.
Martha Denney, curator, artifact contributor               
Jack Curfman, co-curator, artifact contributor
Jodi Snow, assistant curator, artifact contributor          
Bonnie Titley, sponsor
FCHS Spanish Literacy Class, Paul Ashby, Ruben Enriquez & Jim Ogan, exhibit team translated some text panels to spanish
Sophie Esch, program “Pancho Villa’s Pistols and Embraces”
Jodi Snow, program “Traditional Craft: Papel Amate” ”Numbers in November” “Snow South of the Border” “Preparing for the Day of the Dead”
Angela Gebhart, program “Easing the Load: Caring for Mexico’s Beast of Burden”
Bryan Dennis, program “Understanding Human Sacrifice” “Sky Phenomena Among the Aztecs and their Predecessors in Central Mexico”
Poudre River Library District, program, Story Time at the Museum
John Roberts, program “Tales from Afar Part I & II”
Maricela DeMirjyn, program “The Fashioning of Frida”
Steve Mumme, program “US/Mexico Border Relations”

Peaces Around the World: Uniting Humanity one Peace at a Time
Hall Gallery 
October 3, 2014 – February 28, 2015
Peaces Around the World: Uniting Humanity one Peace at a Time asks people “What does peace mean to you?” and “What does it mean to people throughout the world?”  “Peaces of the World” shares personal perspectives on peace through portraits and dialogue from across the globe. This enlightening exhibit features the work of photographer Gretchen Johnson.
Gretchen Johnson, Curator, artist

Alaska – Enduring Traditions
Main Gallery  June 6 – September 20, 2014
Alaska – Enduring Traditions explores the incredible culture of the Alaskan Natives who have survived for millennia in their harsh, yet beautiful, land of snow and ice, sky and sea.  Discover the traditional lifestyles and rich heritage of Alaskan Natives as shown through their hunting and fishing practices, home life, celebrations, and art. A whale baleen, fishing tools, hunting weapons, ivory carvings, sculpture, fabric dolls, and photographs are included in this eye-opening exhibit, which explores cultural groups, theories of prehistoric migration, and contact with western civilization.
Heidi Cross, Curator                                                  
Jack Curfman, co-curator
Kayla Tarrant, program “Create a Treasure Bag” “Story Time at the Museum”
Kay Saelans, program, Story Time at the Museum
Melinda Laituri, program “Healing Journeys and Water Strategies: The SNOWY Project”
Jim Disney, program “Climbing Denali, North America’s Highest Mountain”
Kathleen Willard, program “The Global Village Museum as a Muse: A Writing Workshop”
Martha Denney, program “Travel Smart: Develop Your International Travel Savvy”

Small Faces ~ Cultural Masks & Heads
Hall Gallery  April 4 – September 20, 2014
“Shrunken” heads, miniature masks and a 300 BC Roman head fragment are featured in a fascinating new exhibit, Small Faces ~ Cultural Masks and Heads.  Used in drama or dances, as disguises or decorative objects, masks are handcrafted in many countries. Indonesia, South and Central America, the United States and Africa are among the many cultures represented through human, animal, demon and mythical images, made of mediums from wood to fur and caribou hide.
Tessa Moening, Curator                                            
Heidi Cross, co-curator

India Thali: A Feast for the Senses
Main Gallery  March 7 – May 17, 2014
What is a Thali? In Indian cuisine, it is a plate that presents the consumer with a well-balanced variety of foods.  To engage, stimulate, and satisfy the senses – through taste, smell, visually.  We present India to you in its myriad and multitude of smells, sights, sounds, and tastes.  Guest Curator Maya Jairam presents a veritable feast for the senses which will engage your mind, body, and spirit. Dig in and enjoy, you may just want a second helping!
Maya Jairam, curator                                                
Renee Olmsted, co-curator
Bollyfusion Studios Pranaya Sathe, business sponsor   
Fort Collins Photo Works Mike Barry, business sponsor
Savory Spice Shop, business sponsor                                   
India’s Rice & Spice, business sponsor
Shire CSA Luke Hall, business sponsor                     
Umami Mobile Eatery Ryan Martin, business sponsor
Bonnie Titley, sponsor
Maya Jairam, program “Sub Continental Movement- Dancing Across Time in India”
Maya Jairam, program “India for a Song,” “Native: Growing up in America & Embracing Hindu Spirituality”
George Grossman, Happy Lucky’s Teahouse & Treasures, program “India Tea Tasting and Presentation”
Malini Ramakumar Bartels, program “Follow the Indian Spice Trail”
Krishna Murthy, program “Modern Medical Miracle: Eradicating Polio in India”
Poudre River Library District, program, Story Time at the Museum

Africa through Art
Hall Gallery  January 3 – March 22, 2014
Africa through Art reveals the beauty, triumph, and splendor of the African people.  The nonprofit Simwatachela Sustainable Agricultural and Arts Program (SSAAP) is exhibiting African objects, which includes paintings, woodcarvings, and garments for sale.  Proceeds from sales directly benefit the nonprofit SSAAP and help indigenous underprivileged citizens of both Zambia and Sierra Leone, the nations which SSAAP serves.
Gail Cumming, Curator                                             
Heather Cumming, co-curator, photographer

Celebrations Around the World & International Santas
Main Gallery  December 5, 2013 – February 22, 2014
Celebrations Around the World & International Santas focuses on cultural holidays celebrated in other countries.  Jack Curfman, legendary exhibition designer and art professor for whom a gallery is named at Colorado State University, is the guest curator and exhibition installer for the show.  Curfman explains that “the art, artifacts, dolls, decorations, and masks are displayed in the order of the months of the year in which the holidays are celebrated.”  The exhibit will have 12 stations representing a month of the year with artifacts from one or more selected countries.  Some festivals are familiar, but many are not so well known.
Sharon Buchanan, curator                                       
Jack Curfman, co-curator
Kathy Lynch & Sevelina Frager, program “Make a Martenitsa”

Faces of Fort Collins: Our Global Community
Hall Gallery  June 15 – December 31, 2013
Fort Collins has an incredible array of connections to cultures throughout the world- personified by our citizens’ engagement and links around the globe.  Photographs and biographies of more than 25 residents provide a glimpse into many of the cultural heritages and globally diverse populations that make our community vibrant.  This photographic exhibit, presented by Intercultural Educator Martha Denney and Photographer Betsy Meredith Hudgins is sponsored by the Intercultural Resource Center of the Global Village Museum with assistance from Fort Fund and the City of Fort Collins.
Martha Denney, Curator                                            
Betsy Hudgins, artist, photographer
Fort Fund, business sponsor                                       
City of Fort Collins, business sponsor

Legacy of the Andes
Main Gallery  September 6 – November 23, 2013
The Legacy of the Andes encompasses foods, ceramics, fiber art, medicine, engineering and the arts of the Andes; this fascinating exhibit demonstrates how South American culture continues to shape our lives every day.  The exhibit is designed to give visitors the feeling that they are walking through Andean villages and seeing the cultural life and daily activities of the people.  Several activities are available for both children and adults.
Flora Teran, curator                                                  
Debra Allen, co-curator
John Phelan, program “People in High Places”
Laura Resau, program “The Queen of Water: True Story of Andean’s Girl’s Journey”
Anita Jepson-Gilbert, program “Nazca Lines of the Andes”
Frank Stermitz, program “Biodiversity Wealth in the Andes” “Medicinal Plant Legacy from the Andes”
Glenn Morris, program “Doctrine of Discovery”

Caravanserai: Crafts from the Middle East and North Africa
Main Gallery  May 3 – August 17, 2013
For centuries, caravanserais were places that provided rest and refreshment for travelers on trade routes through the Middle East and North Africa.  Caravanserai: Crafts from the Middle East and North Africa features artworks from these routes – carpets, canvas, calligraphy, and crafts – that embody the shared aesthetics of the region as well as distinct characteristics of individual cultures.  The objects in the show are from the countries of Mali, Morocco, Tunisia, Northern India, Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Israel, and Saudi Arabia.  They were produced by people from a variety of ethnic and religious groups, in many different media, and span more than a century of artistic creation.  Some pieces represent anonymous guilds with deep regional heritage; others are identifiable works of individual artists.
Martha Denney, curator
Jean & Tom Sutherland, presenting sponsor            
CSU Middle East & Northern African Studies, presenting sponsor
KUNC 91.5 Radio, presenting sponsor                                  
Carol Ann & Gary Hixon, supporting sponsor      
FROSCH, business sponsor                                         
Go Abroad.com, business sponsor
Bashir Ahmadi, program “Food & Culture of Afghanistan” Maza Kabob Restaurant Catered
Bill & Jean Griswold, program “Turkey: Heart-Beat of the Middle East”
Flora Teran & Gay Vanderlinden, program “The Story of the Alphabet”
Paul Ramsey, program “Tribal Rugs & Textiles of the Middle East” 
Shreenal Patel , program “Henna Hands”
Poudre River Library, program “Children’s story time at the Global Village Museum”

Birds of a Feather: Flights of Fancy
Main Gallery  February 1 – April 13, 2013
Birds of a Feather: Flights of Fancy  ranges from egg-to-bird and showcases collections of artists’ fanciful-to-practical interpretations of our feathered friends.  “Humpty Dumpty” sits among a display of decorated egg shells in a range of sizes from all over the world.  The exhibit also tells stories of mythical and exotic bird lore.  From beginning to end, this colorful exhibit will bring a smile to your face!
Heidi Nash, curator   
Cathy Weir, artifact contributor, program “Washi Egg Workshop”
CSU Environmental Learning Center, program “Scavenger Hunt and Crafts”
Fort Collins Audubon Society, program “Audubon Humming Bird Program”
Miriam Supuma and Paul Igag, program “Birds of the Gods” 

Nativities from Around the World
Village Arts Gallery  November 7, 2012 – January 5, 2013
Nativities from Around the World, November 28th to January 5th, from India to Russia the exhibit features over 100 Nativity sets from more than 50 countries.  Each folk art diorama has been created in painstaking detail using techniques and materials indigenous to the region of its origin, providing a glimpse at the many cultural representations of the birth of Jesus.
Nellie Gullick, curator , past director

Native American Art of the Four Corners
Main Gallery  September 7 – January 5, 2013
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, an International Resource Center will showcase Native Indian art of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah with both traditional and modern art forms highlighted.  The wonderful exhibits from this area will include pottery, jewelry, kachinas, fetishes, baskets, and woven rugs, made from artists from the Navajo, Ute, Apache, Hopi, and Zuni nations and will include artwork from New Mexican Pueblos.  Pottery made by famed artists Lucy Lewis and Maria Martinez will be on display.
Heidi Nash, curator                                                   
Anna Reznik, co-curator
Richard Grant, program “American Southwest Travel” & “Ancestral Puebloan Anasazi Culture and Archaeology”

Beads and Baskets: Universal Expressions of Cultures
Main Gallery  May 4 – August 25, 2012
Beads and Baskets: Universal Expressions of Cultures features an extensive collection of beads and baskets from ancient to modern, rare to common, around the corner to around the world.  The exhibit’s combination of beads and baskets illustrates how cultures are learned and preserved through the development of objects, providing visitors a fascinating way to learn about the world around us.  Every bead and basket in the exhibit has a story to tell via its materials, geographic origin, creation story, intended purpose, and cultural significance.  The 11 week Beads and Baskets exhibition will also incorporate lectures, programs, and workshops run by local artists.
Martha Denney, curator
Liz Moncrief, program “The History, Design, and Making of Baskets through the Ages” “Basket Making Workshop”
Linda Aguilera, program “Contemporary Horsehair Baskets”
JoAnne Busch, program “Paper Bead Making Workshop” “Basket Coaster Making Workshop” “Learn to Make a Potato Basket” “Learn to Make Pine Needle Basket”
Carole Tomasso, program “Beads of Importance Through History”
Rick Rice, program “The Art of the Chevron Bead”
Matt Ridley, program “The Art of the Bead Collecting”
Jake March, program “Bead Road Show”

Melanesia: A Voyage to the South Pacific     
Main Gallery  February 3 – April 21, 2012
Melanesia: A Voyage to the South Pacific exhibit showcases masks, sculptures, textiles, dwellings, and other cultural artifacts from the islands northeast of Australia, including New Guinea, Fiji, and the Solomon Islands.  Visitors are invited to steep themselves in the region’s rugged terrain, ancient traditions, and evolving lifestyles as Melanesians have increasing contact with the west.  All items in the collections are provided by local collectors, including Martha Denney, cofounder, Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures and retired Director of International Education at Colorado State University; John Roberts, cofounder, Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures and retired US Foreign Service; and Heidi Cross, cofounder, Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures.
Heidi Cross, Curator
John Roberts, artifact contributor, program “Lost Mummies of New Guinea”
Erik Hofseth, program “My Travels to Sacred Sites: A Beginner’s Guide”

Tibet: Rooftop of the World     
Main Gallery  November 5 – December 31, 2011
Tibet: Rooftop of the World exhibit is a three-part show honoring Tibet’s past and present, as well as its impact around the globe.  We seek to go above the highest region on earth’s social and political strife to celebrate its traditions and beauty.  The main portion of the exhibit includes more than 45 Losel dolls collected by Museum cofounder Jeanne Nash, who passed away last summer.  One of the largest collections of its kind in the country, the dolls were all made by Tibetan monks in exile.  The dolls serve as both an ethnographical record – preserving traditional crafts as well as representing various regions, rituals, and heritages – as well as works of art.
Eric Hofseth, Curator

Painted Door Art   Kwa Ghong 
Hall Gallery  2011  
The doors of life collection are painted with oil on hollow salvaged wood doors.  As we venture through our days, we continue to open doors in order to pass from one phase to the next.  These doors express some of the phases of life: Mingle, Flow, Community, Group Hug, and Invest.
Kwa Franklin Ghong, Curator, artist, program: “Meet our International Guest Artist and Hear his Story!”

ART4U&ME: Toys & Games from Around the World 
Main Gallery  September 10 – August 31, 2011
ART4U&ME: Toys & Games from Around the World exhibit focuses on the toys with which we grew up and our memories of them.  The exhibit includes interactive area and displays items.  We cannot resist playing with toys no matter what our age is.
Eric Hofseth, Curator

Faces of Haiti through Art and Photography
Hall Gallery  July 1 – September 3, 2011
A unique exhibition of photography by Ray Tollison, focusing on the Haitian people and humanitarian projects in post-earthquake Haiti mixed with a colorful blend of primitive and fine Haitian art and crafts.
Melissa Basta, Curator                                               
Ray Tollison, artist, photographer

Wonders of West Africa  
Main Gallery  July 1 – August 31, 2011
The Wonders of West Africa exhibit features a wide range of objects including masks, textiles, sculptures, and jewelry from 13 West African nations.
Eric Hofseth, Curator

Splendors of Japan  
Main Gallery  April 1  – June 25, 2011
The Splendors of Japan exhibit features items from local collectors including a traditional Japanese room, Boy and Girls’ Day celebration dolls, traditional and modern wood block prints, and Netsuke.
Stewart Price, Guest Curator
Make Beecken, program “Children of Japan”
Klyoe Irlkura, program “Tea Ceremony ”                      
Japanese Consulate, program “Japan: Post Tsumnami”
Michael Ricci, program “Japanese Tea Ceremony: Taste of Matcha”
Kuniko Matsuura-Cassidy, program “Japanese Story Time and Origami”

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