From the Collection of Kawasaki Isago no Sato Museum
ARTWORK DEPICTING SCENES OF KANAGAWA
The 25th anniversary of the sister state relationship between Maryland and Kanagawa
November 20, 2006
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Mr. Fumio Saito
November 17, 2006
Noon – 1 p.m.
Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji:
Tamagawa in Musashi Province
Phase I November 16 – 24, 2006
Phase II November 25 – December 3, 2006
University of Maryland University College
Marriott Inn and Conference Center
Gladys Goldstein Gallery, Lower Level
The Maryland Sister States Program was established 25 years ago to provide a forum for the promotion of international cooperation and understanding. It is conducted through the Office of the Secretary of State and it currently includes nine partnerships on four continents.
The Six Modern Tama Rivers:
Chōfu in Musashi Province
This year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Maryland Sister States Program, UMUC has been selected to host an art exhibit from the Japanese prefecture of Kanagawa. From November 16 through December 3, a total of 96 ukiyo-e prints depicting landscapes of Kanagawa will be on display in the Gladys Goldstein Gallery of the Inn and Conference Center. The opening reception, where the visiting Japanese delegation will be welcomed, is on Monday, November 20th, at 6:30pm.
In addition, on Friday, November 17, UMUC will sponsor an Art Talk in the Gladys Goldstein Gallery at noon. Mr. Fumio Saito, director of the Kawasaki Museum and owner of the ukiyo-e collection, will speak about these exquisite pieces. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to bring their lunch and participate in this exciting event.