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The Life and Career Kaneji Domoto: Exhibition viewing & Panel Discussion

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Wurster Hall

112 Wurster Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720

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Join us on the evening of September 26th, 2019 to view the exhibition The Life and Career of Kaneji Domoto followed by a panel discussion.

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Join us the evening of September 26, 2019 to view the exhibition The Life and Career of Kaneji Domoto followed by a panel discussion both reflecting on and contextualizing Domoto’s career.

Panelists include Gary Kawaguchi, who will talk about the Domoto family in the context of Japanese American history and social life. Followed by Domoto’s three children who will recollect on aspects of their father’s life and career. Drawing on research for her new book, Japonisme Revisited, Gail Dubrow will place Kaneji Domoto’s story into the broader context of the lives, educational trajectories, and careers of other architects of Japanese ancestry in America.

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6:30 - 7:00pm: Environmental Design Library, Wurster Hall room 210

  • Exhibition viewing and light refreshments

7:00 - 8:15pm: Wurster Hall Auditorium, room 112

  • Panel Discussion

Speakers:

Gary Kawaguchi, Ph.D. is the author of the book, Living with Flowers, the California Flower Market History.

Kris Marubayashi, Katherine Domoto, and Anyo Domoto

Gail Dubrow is Professor of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and History at the University of Minnesota, previously serving on the University of Washington faculty. She is the author of two prize-winning books, Sento at Sixth and Main, with Donna Graves, and Restoring Women’s History through Historic Preservation, with Jennifer Goodman.

*time for Q&A

Please RSVP by September 3, 2019. If you have any questions about the event please contact: designarchives@berkeley.edu

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