Nihonga painting at The Met After High Tide by Tsuji Kakō The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Mary and James G. Wallach Foundation Gift, in honor of John T. Carpenter

Discover Nihonga with The Met

Art History Study Group—Nihonga: Restyling the Past and Present in Modern Japanese Painting Wednesday, January 11 from 4:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Online via Zoom Admission: $40 The Met’s Art History Study Group allows you to expand your knowledge of art history through virtual introductions to core themes and close examination of works of art in The Met collection with Museum experts. Nihonga, or modern-style … Continue reading Discover Nihonga with The Met
Yamato Waki, The Tale of Genji, Murasaki Shikibu, manga, Japanese literature, the Met, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, Japan, Melissa McCormick, Heian period

Manga Artist Yamato Waki at the Met

Artists on Artworks – Yamato Waki Saturday, June 8 from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. Metropolitan Museum of Art – 1000 5th Avenue at 82nd Street (Main Museum Entrance) Admission: Free with Museum Admission ($25/$17 seniors/$12 students/Free for Members, Patrons, and children under 12) In conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated, Professor of Japanese Art … Continue reading Manga Artist Yamato Waki at the Met
Aizuri Quartet, MetLiveArts, string quartet, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, Japan, music, concert, Kojiro Umezaki, shakuhachi, Japanese musicians, Japanese composers

Aizuri Quartet to Perform Japan Across the World Program at The Met

Japan Across the World by the Aizuri Quartet Friday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m. Astor Court at The Metropolitan Museum of Art – 1000 Fifth Avenue Admission: $65 The Aizuri Quartet, the 2017-2018 MetLiveArts String Quartet-in-Residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, is presenting five unique programs throughout the season, which The New York Times has called “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative.” For the upcoming concert on … Continue reading Aizuri Quartet to Perform Japan Across the World Program at The Met