Date: Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 - Thursday, May 7, 2015
Location: Hagerty Hall Lobby area (central foyer and beside the Crane Café)
Host: Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
Mari Noda, professor of Japanese, curated the latest exhibit at Hagerty Hall’s Global Gallery, “Kimono: Blending of Different Cultures with Japanese Tradition.” In part tribute to her mother’s love of kimono and the craftsmanship that supports the kimono industry, the exhibit presents a brief history of kimono fashion, including contemporary use. It presents samples of prominent arts and crafts from various parts of Japan and illustrates putting on a kimono, a process that is not second nature to most young Japanese.
For more information, visit the DEALL website.