SAGES: Symbolic Plants in Asian Art

Friday November 15

10:30 AM  –  1:00 PM

Friday, November 15, 10:30-1 p.m.

Location: The Atriums, Senior Living Community, 7300 W 107th St, Overland Park, KS 66212

Throughout the ages, Chinese, Japanese,and Koreans have given distinct meanings to particular plants. Of the many symbolic plants, pine, bamboo, and plum form a special group known as the Three Friends of Winter. These three friends stand out with vibrant greens and fragrant blossoms in the bleak landscape. Yayoi Shinoda will discuss the cultural significance of these symbols through visual representations, poems, and tales. Join Yayoi Shinoda, Curatorial Assistant in the East Asian rt Department at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art for this illustrated talk. Originally from Tokyo, Japan, Shinoda attended the College of Arts at Nihon University, where she completed a B.F.A. in Film. She has an M. A. in Museum Studies from the University of Missouri and is currently pursuing a PhD in Japanese art history. Please register by November 11. Space limited to 45.

$35/per person (members less 10%)

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