Enjoy an evening of multimedia experiences and discussions surrounding the history of the Japanese tea ceremony at the Pasadena Buddhist Temple. The evening will feature original sound art by Alan Nakagawa, Side Street Project’s artist-in-residence; viewings of historic photos recently donated by Temple members; artwork by Temple members; and rare untold stories by Jose Salcedo Sensei, Resident Ikebana and Japanese Tea Ceremony Instructor.
Short films and discussions will be held at 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30 pm.
The event will also coincide with the Temple’s annual Fall Dinner:
Menu includes a dinner of Vegetable Curry over white rice, Chicken Katsu, salad and pickles and a la carte items
Items will also be available day-of as long as supplies last!
The Temple will be one of 22 stops on 5 free shuttle routes on ArtNight. Use the Northwest route to get to the temple. Get on/off at any stop. Free parking at Pasadena Buddhist Temple.
For more information on ArtNight, visit their website here.
For more information on Alan Nakagawa’s project Invisible Tea House, click here.