Japanese Cherry Blossom Events Are Coming!   See Cherry Blossom Events

        Contact Us  
March    Popular  New Events    Fred Korematsu  Day of Remembrance  Girls Day (May)  Japanese Festivals  Add a Japanese Event

3,500 Japanese Prints Documenting the Entire History of Printmaking in Japan - Worcester Art Museum

Date: Saturday, 7 April, 2018       Time: 10:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609

Phone: (508) 799-4406
Location Website: Click to Visit

Japanese Collection - WAM's collection of nearly 38,000 objects contains superlative examples representing 51 centuries of creative spirit and cultural heritage, including some of the finest Roman mosaics in the U.S., worldrenowned works of European and American art, and 3,500 Japanese prints documenting the entire history of printmaking in Japan. Since acquiring the Higgins Armory collection in 2013, WAM is now home to the second-largest collection of arms and armor in the Americas, next only to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. WAM was the first museum in the world to purchase a Monet painting of water lilies (1910) and a painting by Gauguin (1921). It was also the first American museum to collect and present photography as fine art, as well as to install an entire work of architecture " a 12th-century Romanesque chapter house " as a permanent exhibit.

Dates & Times
Wednesday-Sunday: 10am-4pm
Third Thursday of every month: 10am-8pm

Mondays, Tuesdays and the following holidays: New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Free Days
FREE admission to all visitors on the first Saturday of each month: 10am-4pm.


Comments powered by Disqus