Cultural Exhibitions

Cultural Exhibits/Demonstrations
Quinlan Center, Saturday and Sunday

 

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 mural inspired by Maneki-neko, Japanese beckoning cat
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 (Saturday only)
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) – 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

Santa Clara Valley Koi and Water Garden Club
Koi, carp exhibit

Shiba Inu Dogs
Shiba Inu Fanciers of Northern California
Kathy Oppenheimer

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