Conversations about Nomura

Join Tom Ikeda, the founding director of Denshō, and art historian Barbara Johns in a conversation about Kenjiro Nomura. Under Tom’s leadership, for twenty-five years Denshō has documented first-person voices about the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and today inspires action for equity for all. Johns is the author of Kenjiro Nomura, An American Modernist: An Issei Artist’s Journey, her fourth book about immigrant-generation Japanese American artists in Seattle. Ikeda and Johns will discuss Nomura’s World War II experience and the impact on his life and art. Expect a lively conversation!

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For seated events only, Cascadia Art Museum requires proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the past 72 hours for visitors 12 and older. Masks are required while inside the Museum.

Cascadia Main Gallery

Cascadia Art Museum premiered in September, 2015 as a result of the growing national and international interest in American regional art. The museum employs a series of five galleries; the Gateway Gallery changes yearly and features an overview of artistic activity created within the parameters of our focus. The remaining four galleries are dedicated to changing quarterly exhibitions.

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