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In the Duke Gallery: Philadelphia International Tea Bowl Exhibition
2/4/23 to 3/4/23
Exhibiting Artists: Jean Adams, Emmanuel Alexia, Chris Alexiades, Meg Beaudoin, Justin Benn, John Berleth, Xiaosheng Bi, Rozenn Bigot, Joe Bruhin, Peter Callas, Patricia Cassone, Claude Champy, Nani Champy-Schott, Tom Coleman, Romey Cornfield, Carolanne Currier, Bob Deane,
Laura Demme, Ayumi Ditamore, John Dix, Rostislav Eismont, Eliot Foerster, Kazuya Furutani, Pascal Geoffroy, Hiroshi Goseki, Chris Gustin,
Deb Heid, Ed Higa, David Holden, Ken Kang, Koji Kimura, Kiwa Kozan, Heidi Kreitchet, Dick Lehman, Hiromi Matsukawa, Ken Matsuzaki,
Marianne McCormick, Claire McLear, Raphael Meyer, Richard Milgrim, Hideaki Miyamura, Sebastian Moh, Kristin Muller, John Nakai,
Shiro (Mugen) Otani, Laetitia Pineda, Elena Renker, Amedeo Salamoni, Andrew Sartorius, Akira Satake, Ryan Schulz, Shane Sellers,
Jeff Shapiro, Higeshida Shigemasa, Willi Singleton, Jack Troy, Mark Tyson, Keijiroh Yamaguchi, Ming Yuen-Schat.
In memorium: Doris Avery, Paulus Berensohn, Ron Hand, Gary Hootman, Jason Laney, Kimura Morikazu, Yoshida Shuen, Sandy Vitarelli, Makoto Yabe
Urasenke Philadelphia will present a shortened version of a chaji, including several food dishes, sake, two different kinds of sweets and two different kinds of matcha tea. To fully enjoy the abbreviated chaji, attending one of the tea demonstrations beforehand is highly recommended. (Reservation required)
Duration: 2.5 hours
Date / Time: 2/26, Sunday, 12pm
Learn to make tea bowls in these Tea Bowl workshops with: Kristin Muller 3/4 and 3/5
You can now purchase a full color catalog of this exhibiton: https://www.blurb.com/b/11481054