Japanese Prints and Pottery Exhibited at Northern Illinois University

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Jan 200815 Mar 20087

Northern Illinois University (NIU) Art Museum
Altgeld Hall
DeKalb, Illinois
United States

Ukiyo-e prints, modern Japanese prints, and pottery from the Richard F. Grott Family Collection will be on display through March 7, 2008, at the Northern Illinois University (NIU) Art Museum in DeKalb. The exhibitions are part of a project titled "National/International Consciousness in Japan: Self, Place and Society during the Nineteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries."

A public reception for the exhibitions will be held on Thursday, January 24, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm, featuring performances by the Japanese American Service Committee Tsukasa Taiko drum group.

The NIU Art Museum is located in Altgeld Hall, at the corner of College and Castle Drives in DeKalb. For further information on the exhibitions of works from the Richard F. Grott Family Collection and on related events, call 815/753-1936, or visit www.vpa.niu.edu/museum.



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