Family Program

Art Cart: A Thin Line Between Big & Small
FAMILY PROGRAM

Art Cart: A Thin Line Between Big & Small

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Manabu Ikeda, (b. 1973), Foretoken (detail), 2008. Pen, acrylic ink on paper, mounted on boards; 72 x 132 in. Collection of Sustainable Investor Co. Ltd. © Manabu Ikeda, courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery.

Artist Manabu Ikeda is known for creating incredibly intricate paintings and drawings. His largest work to-date, Foretoken, is prominently featured in Garden of Unearthly Delights. In this hands-on drawing workshop, artist-educator Luned Palmer guides participants in creating their own large-scale drawing as a group. Beginning with a guided tour of the exhibition, this workshop focuses on building attention to detail and teamwork skills. Recommended for children 6 and above.

Tickets: $12/$5 Japan Society members; children ages 2 or under free. Corporate and individual member families may purchase tickets at the discounted price.

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