Lunar sculpture by Isamu Noguchi 1943

Saturday, September 3  •  11AM – 1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

Noguchi wrote, “To the artist, going to the moon was nothing new. I’ve been up there all the time.” Join Art Educator Joe Tokumasu Field in celebrating the moon through a haiku writing workshop inspired by the Japanese Tsukimi Festival. Try a mooncake, listen to koto music, and look at Noguchi’s lunar sculptures to motivate your writing. No previous writing experience necessary.

Registration will open on Saturday, August 13. RVSP here.

Image credit: Isamu Noguchi, Lunar  Sculpture, 1943. Courtesy of The Noguchi Museum