How long ago did you begin the curation process for Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920–1945? A: I first saw the Levenson collection on a trip to Florida in February 2005, a dozen years before the Morikami opening. I started working closely with Bob Levenson in 2009, conceptualizing the thematic categories of the exhibition so […]
By Gina Musick, Education Intern for Summer Tour Plus 2016 Program
Hear from TED Talk Contributor, Robert Lang, at Morikami on Friday, December 9th (advance ticket purchase required) Robert J. Lang has been an avid student of origami for over forty years and is now recognized as one of the world’s leading masters of the art, with over 500 designs catalogued and diagrammed. He is noted […]
By Michael G. LaFosse, Origamido Studio Check out this step-by-step tutorial on the complex art of papermaking!
by Jessica Ortega, Digital Marketing Coordinator So you’ve checked the tourist traps off your list, visited a shrine (or ten!), and have spent the night in a capsule hotel—now what? There is so much to do and see in Japanese cities, that it’s easy to forget that the great Japanese outdoors is just a train […]
By: Madison Ross, Volunteer Office Intern Hi everyone! My name is Madison Ross, and I am a new volunteer at Morikami working specifically within the Volunteer/Docent Coordinating Department. With the staff and volunteers offering such kindness and the architecture and landscapes offering a visually pleasing experience, I truly feel at peace here at Morikami […]
By Valentina Rizo, Marketing Intern Hey Morikami Fans! My name is Valentina Rizo, and I’ve been volunteering at Morikami for two years, and have recently joined the Marketing Department as their intern. I was first drawn to Morikami because of the way that the park transports you away from Florida and instantly immerses you […]