OCTOBER 15, 2016 — JANUARY 29, 2017
From its inception more than 50 years ago, the Japanese Garden has brought together people from different backgrounds and cultures and offered them a new, intimate, and soul-nourishing experience with nature, as uniquely interpreted through the garden language of Japan. This exhibition explores how a garden happens; how it functions as a work of living art; how it transmits cultural ideas, and how it can act as a catalyst for building community.
Sharing Culture | Creating Community is funded in part by Heather and Paul Haaga and the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additional support for Sturt Haaga Gallery exhibitions is provided by Wells Fargo and Richard Carlson and Erin Maclean Culley.
HOURS AND ADMISSION
The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays; closed Mondays. Free with admission.
Pictured: Japanese Garden Postcard © Descanso Gardens