BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20140308T000000Z DTEND:20140308T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Celebrate the opening of Perseverance: Japanese Tradition in a Modern World with live tattooing and lectures led by the artists featured in the exhibition. \n \n \n <strong>LIVE TATTOO DEMONSTRATIONS</strong> \n Featured artists from the exhibition will be tattooing live\, up-clos e-and-personal\, showcasing various forms of Japanese tattooing\, includi ng <em>tebori</em> \, a traditional Japanese hand tattooing form.\n\nFeatu ring:\n &bull\;<a href=" o/" target="_blank">Horitomo</a> \n &bull\;<a href=" " target="_blank">Miyazo</a> \n &bull\;<a href=" /" target="_blank">Shige</a> \n &bull\;<a href="https://www.stateofgraceta" target="_blank">Yokohama Horiken</a>\n <strong></strong>\n<strong>LECTURES</strong> \n Artists and contributors w ill talk about their work in the exhibition and the importance of the art of tattoo in their life. \n \n Schedule:\n &bull\;1:00pm: <strong>G.W. Ki mura\, Ph.D. (Cantab.)</strong> \, President &amp\; Chief Executive Office r of Japanese American National Museum\n &bull\;1:30pm: <strong>Kip Fulbec k</strong> \, Perseverance Designer &amp\; Photographer\n &bull\;2:00pm: < strong>Takahiro Horitaka Kitamura</strong> \, Perseverance Curator\n &bull \;2:30pm: <strong>Tattoo Model Unveiling</strong> \, Takahiro Horitaka Kit amura and Kip Fulbeck\n &bull\;3:00pm: <strong>Junko Junii Shimada</strong > \n &bull\;3:30pm: <strong>Chris Horishiki Brand</strong> \n &bull\;4:00p m: <strong>Jill Horiyuki Halpin</strong> \n &bull\;4:30pm: <strong>Chaz Bo jorquez</strong> \n \n \n The event will conclude with a signing of the ex hibition catalog with all artists. Check back for details on how to purch ase your own catalog. \n \n Regular admission is required for entry. Purch ase admission at the front desk of the Museum on event day. No pre-paymen t accepted. Last entrance to the National Museum will be at 4:30pm. \n \ n Lectures will take place in the Tateuchi Democracy Forum in the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy (glass building across the Cou rtyard from main building). Admission required for entry. Seating will be on a first come\, first served basis\, until maximum capacity is reached . Seating is limited so arrive early!\n\nIn conjunction with the exhibitio n <a href="" target="_blank">Per severance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World</a>\n\nUpdated even t information\, please check: <a href=" #08" target="_blank"></a> SUMMARY:Japanese Tattoo Live Demonstrations &amp\; Lectures URL:/en/events/2014/03/08/japanese-tattoo-live-demonstrations-amp-lectures/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR