Saturday, July 20  •  11AM1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  20 Participants • All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

Facilitated by Joseph Tokumasu Field

Experiment with mending practices such as darning, patch-making, and sashiko stitching. Participants will engage in collective storytelling and learn about Toshiko Takaezu’s lifelong practice of healing and restoration, in connection with exhibition Toshiko Takaezu: Worlds Within at The Noguchi Museum.

Registration opens June 20 at 12 pm. Pre-registration is recommended, with a limited number of walk-up spots available.

About Noguchi Museum

Connect with nature through a series of experimental art-making workshops led by Noguchi Educators at Socrates Sculpture Park. These workshops are free and open to all ages. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration is highly recommended, with a limited number of walk-up spots available. All participants will be given a free pass to visit The Noguchi Museum after the program.

About Joseph Tokumasu Field

Joseph Tokumasu Field holds an MA in curating and arts management from Richmond University in London. He is currently an educator at the Barnes Foundation, Guggenheim, 92nd Street Y and The Noguchi Museum. He has fifteen years of experience as a museum professional, art history professor and multi-modal instructor. His teaching practice always centers people over objects and utilizes inquiry-based dialogue. Using the newest scholarship, he strives to rethink long held narratives and highlights marginalized artists.

Image Credit: Katherine Abbott