Lecture: The Making of a Japanese Tea House in New York

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Lecture: The Making of a Japanese Tea House in New York

Join us at Fu Qiumeng Fine Art for a lecture on historic tea houses in Japan.

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Fu Qiumeng Fine Art 65 E 80th St, Ground Floor New York, NY 10075

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Hisao Hanafusa, a contemporary artist and a superb craftsman of traditional Japanese carpentry, and Yoshitsugu Nagano, a tea master, will be in conversation.

Join us at Fu Qiumeng Fine Art for a lecture on historic tea houses in Japan and a conversation with artist Hisao Hanafusa who designed and built the Globus Chashitsu in Union Square, New York.

On the occasion of contemporary Japanese-American artist Hisao Hanafusa’s solo exhibition Borrowing Nature’s Power at Fu Qiumeng Fine Art, Chanoyu Week NYC collaborates with the gallery to present a lecture on historic tea houses in Japan and a conversation with Hanafusa on his artistic practices and the design and building of Globus Chashitsu.

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