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Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony and Origami
In conjunction with the Duluth Art Institute’s #Tealife Exploring Traditional and Contemporary Teaware ceramics class, this traditional Japanese tea ceremony is a collaboration with Duluth Sister Cities International, the Ohara Isumi-City delegates and the Duluth Woman’s Club.
The event begins at 2:30 p.m. with a short discussion and showcasing of work from the DAI’s #Tealife ceramics class with instructor and ceramic artist, Tony Ferguson. There will be a series of three ceremonies beginning at 3 p.m. with space available for 10 participants and 15 observers per ceremony.
The first ceremony will be reserved for the DAI’s #Tealife ceramics class participants and members of the Duluth Art Institute. Since space is limited, this is designed for those who haven’t been part of a traditional Japanese tea ceremony before. There will also be origami activities for the community to participate in.
To learn more about Duluth Sister Cities International and the delegation from Ohara Isumi-City visit duluthmnsistercities.org.
There are a series of events planned with Duluth sister city delegates from June 28 to July 4 that are open to the public.