Nikkei Garden Blues: Japanese American Generations featuring Michelle Kumata and Kathy Hattori

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University of Washington Elisabeth C. Miller Library Laurelhurst (Seattle)
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Reflecting on the complex past, present, and future of the Japanese American community, fiber artist Kathy Hattori and painter Michelle Kumata present a series of bold multimedia works in Nikkei Garden Blues. Hattori uses traditional indigo dye techniques in her textural works, while Kumata's portraits spotlight the resilience of the nikkei community.
 
Art opening event on Thursday, August 4, 5-7 p.m. Meet Michelle Kumata, Kathy Hattori, and Kate Rosendale, studio assistant at Botanical Colors.

University of Washington Elisabeth C. Miller Library

3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105

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