Beyond his fame as Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of Tales of the South Pacific and Hawaii,James A. Michener was an enthusiastic collector of fine art. He managed to assemble the third largest collection of ukiyo-e in the United States, which he donated to the Honolulu Museum of Art. Join us at the Carnegie Museum of Art to learn about Michener's collecting journey with Stephen Salel, Curator of Japanese Art. Please register at japansocietypa.org/events.
Thursday, April 18
Art in the US-Japan Relationship
Preserving the Floating World, Richard J. Wood Art Curator Series
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Stephen Salel, Curator of Japanese Art
Carnegie Museum of Arts, 4400 Forbes Ave
Asian Studies Center along with Japan America Society of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Museum of Art, National Association of Japan America Societies and Japan-United States Friendship Commission