Cultural Exhibitions

Cultural Exhibits/Demonstrations
Quinlan Center, Saturday and Sunday

Inside the Quinlan Center

Bonsai (miniature trees and plants) – ongoing demonstrations
Midori Bonsai Club: John Thompson, President

Ikebana (flower arrangement)
Ikenobo Ikebana Society of America: Yoshiko LeSage

Hands-on Craft – ongoing activity (Sunday only)
Sora Classic Arts: Taka Nakauchi

Northern California Sword Club
Sean Sweeney

Student Art Work Exhibits – a collaborative art work
Fine Arts Commission – City of Cupertino
Diana Argabrite – Director, Arts & Schools, De Anza College Euphrat Museum of Art

Suiseki (scenic rocks)
Kashu Suiseki Kai

Sumi-e (brush painting) – ongoing demonstrations and activity
Ami Wada and students

Washi Ningyo (Japanese Paper Doll)
Rochelle Lum

Nihon Shishu (Japanese embroidery) – ongoing demonstrations
Lynda Fu

Sumi-e (brush painting) – ongoing demonstrations and activity
Shirley Kinoshita

Origami (paper folding) – ongoing demonstrations and activity
San Francisco Origami Club

Hachimaki (headband design and stamping) – ongoing activity (Saturday only)
Cupertino Toyokawa Sister Cities

Soroban (abacus) – ongoing demonstrations and activity (Sunday only)
Yumi Blohm

Shodo (Japanese calligraphy) – Student’s work display and ongoing activity
Yukiko Tanaka

Ikebana (flower arrangement)
Wafu School of Ikebana, Fusako Hoyrup

Japanese Doll Display – ongoing demonstrations
Kamigamo Style Mataro Kimekomi Doll Miyabi Kai, Northern California Shibu,
Masanori (Isako) Wasano – Instructor

Behind Quinlan Center – Outdoor

Santa Clara Valley Koi and Water Garden Club

Shiba Inu Dogs
Shiba Inu Fanciers of Northern California

Akita Dogs (Satuday only)
Akitainu Hozonkai: Los Angeles Branch

Japanese Artisan Pavilion (Inside the Cupertino Senior Center)
Student Artwork from Cupertino’s Sister City – Toyokawa, Japan
Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities Photographic Timeline