Susanna Brooks Lavelle demonstrates her extensive knowledge of Japanese culture during a personal tour. Ask for one if you want to know what you’re looking at at The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.
The Sept.-Dec. 2009 exhibit at The Morikami Museum explores the paradoxes of tetsubin, or iron tea kettles. Senior Curator Tom Gregersen pens a corresponding catalog about the show’s paradoxes.
Although Sushi & Stroll, the Morikami’s evening event series for the uber-hot months of summer, is officially over, I discovered a really nice feature video from The Palm Beach Post about it today. The “Postcard” series from The Post features local entertainment and attractions for a little bit of money. Recession or not, everyone likes a deal. The reporter took in the Morikami’s Sushi & Stroll for $13! Here’s the link to the video: http://tinyurl.com/nvvlrq The “Postcard” also gives you a nice peek at the Ronin Taiko ensemble that will be performing …
Morikami was featured in El Paso Times (Sept. 11, 2009) article on gardens therapy for depression.
Welcome to More Morikami… The Japan museum and gardens in South Florida kicks off its 2009-2010 season with two Ronin Taiko concerts. Pump up the volume on Oct. 7 and 8, 2009.