BISHOP MUSEUM PRESENTS "TEA, MOCHI, AND BRIDES-TO-BE," A DELIGHTFUL EVENING OF FINE JAPANESE TEAS, TASTY MOCHI, AND A COMPLIMENTARY SCREENING OF THE FILM PICTURE BRIDE
On Friday, September 21st, enjoy a delightful evening of fine Japanese teas, tasty mochi, and a complimentary screening of the film, Picture Bride.
(Media-Newswire.com) - On Friday, September 21st, enjoy a delightful evening of fine Japanese teas, tasty mochi, and a complimentary screening of the film, Picture Bride. With an introduction by Cultural Collections Manager Betty Kam, you'll come to better understand the historical importance of Hawai'i's plantation-era years and its impact on island fashion. The discussion will also highlight the relevance of our new traveling exhibition, Textured Lives: Japanese Immigrant Clothing from the Plantations of Hawai’i, featuring the clothing collection of noted author and scholar Barbara F. Kawakami.
What: “TEA, MOCHI, AND BRIDES-TO-BE”, a delightful evening of fine Japanese teas, tasty mochi, and a complimentary screening of the film Picture Bride.
When: Friday, September 21, 2012
Where: Bishop Museum, Atherton Hālau ,1525 Bernice St.
Cost: $10 General Admission; Members free
To reserve a space, please call ( 808 ) 847-8296, email email@example.com or register online at www.bishopmuseum.org.
About Bishop Museum The Bishop Museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop in memory of his wife Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last direct descendant of King Kamehameha I. Today, the Museum is recognized as the principal museum of the Pacific, housing the world’s largest collection of Hawaiian and Pacific artifacts and natural history specimens. More than 350,000 people visit the Museum each year, including over 40,000 schoolchildren. For more information, please call 808.847.3511 or visit www.bishopmuseum.org.
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