TAM Docents: Come Support Zoe on April 28!
If the font below appears really big, it’s because it is. I am inviting you to come support Zoe by attending this presentation, if you are available. I had the pleasure of seeing an abridged version of this talk and it was very good. She is planning to add more stories for this public presentation so it will likely be even better! It is Zoe. Enough said.
Thursday, April 28, 1 pm
Zoe Donnell, curator of the recent exhibition Edo to Tacoma: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Collection, speaks about her experiences as part of the 2011 Japan-US Curatorial Exchange Program last month. For this exchange, sponsored by the Japan Foundation, Donnell travelled with ten other American curators on a two-week tour of museums throughout Japan—a tour that happened to coincide with the calamitous March earthquakes and tsunami. She will share pictures, stories, and thoughts about the people, places, and art she encountered during this life-altering trip, including what makes museums in Japan unique and what similarities they share with museums everywhere.
Free with museum admission.
Jana Wennstrom | TACOMA ART MUSEUM
Manager of Public and Volunteer Programs
T: 253.272.4258 x3030
1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington 98402
American Chronicles: The Art of
February 26 – May 30, 2011
courage – family – innocence – freedom – history