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UCIRA Artist Katherine Saltzman-Li presents Master Artists from Japan: Living Traditions

Master Artists from Japan: Living Traditions
SHRINE REBUILDING
NOH THEATER
KYOTO CUISINE

Three great artists from Japan, each representing a cultural tradition and its living practices, present a week of performances, demonstrations, and exhibits. Join one event or all with these master artists and their masterful offerings.

To RSVP for one or all of the events, please visit the program website (under “Schedule”.)

PHOTOGRAPHER
MASUURA
Yukihito

NOH ACTOR
KATAYAMA
Kuroemon
assisted by
Aoki Michiyoshi

CUISINE EXPERT
SUGIMOTO
Setsuko

MONDAY JANUARY 27, 3:30 pm
Noh Demonstration/Workshop
UCSB College of Creative Studies,
Old Little Theater

MONDAY JANUARY 27, 7:30 pm
Shrine Photography Exhibit,
Opening and Gallery Talk*
UCSB College of Creative Studies Gallery
*The exhibit will remain on view until Friday January 31st

TUESDAY JANUARY 28, 7:00 pm
Noh Performance
UCSB College of Creative Studies,
Old Little Theater

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29, 5:30 pm
Master Artists from Japan: Theater, Culinary
Arts, and the Rebuilding of the Shrine
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Mary Craig Auditorium

THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 4 pm
Kyoto Traditional Cuisine Demonstration
UCSB MultiCultural Center Kitchen & Lounge

FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 4 pm
Kyoto Traditional Cuisine
Lecture Presentation
UCSB McCune Conference Room, HSSB 6020

For more information, including seat limitations, please visit: www.eastasian.ucsb.edu.

To view the program website address, please visit:
http://masterartistsfromjapan.weebly.com/

This program is co-sponsored at UCSB by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, Shinto Studies Chair Endowment, Division of Humanities and Fine Arts, UC Institute for Research in the Arts, East Asia Center, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, College of Creative Studies, Department of Theater and Dance, Department of Religious Studies, UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum, and the MultiCultural Center, as well as by Felissimo, Japan and Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s Friends of Asian Art.

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