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March 20 - April 15, 2018

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Paint, Pasta & Philanthropy

Watch and interact with Shawn as he develops his canvas before your eyes. Have a cocktail or glass of wine at reduced Happy Hour prices or stay for a specially priced pasta dinner. The finished painting will then be auctioned, giving those present the opportunity to purchase an original work of art while making a donation to their charity of choice.

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GAMARJOBAT: A Shut Up (Silent) Comedy from Japan

GAMARJOBAT: A Shut Up (Silent) Comedy from Japan

Rock the silent comedy with two of the “100 Most Respected Japanese People in the World” according to Japanese-edition Newsweek magazine!

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Tsugaru Shamisen Dois “HAZUKI”

Tsugaru Shamisen Dois “HAZUKI”

Join the JICC at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage for the return of Ko Takahashi and Misao Habu as Tsugaru Shamisen Dois HAZUKI.

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Fleeting Grace: Teachings of Cherry Blossoms

Fleeting Grace: Teachings of Cherry Blossoms

Time: 11AM-9PM Location: 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, VA (map) Cost: FREE; No advance ticketing required. Studio galleries will exhibit artwork related to the Teachings of Cherry Blossoms. Glass artists will give demonstrations on how to create cherry blossoms with multiple techniques. Hula dance performances.

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Official Japanese Stone Lantern Lighting Ceremony

Japanese Stone Lantern Lighting, Sunday April 10, 2016 at 2pm. Tidal Basin, Washington DC. Sponsored by the National Conference of State Societies and The National Park Service.

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Art at the Center

Art at the Center

Free public art tour featuring Washingtonian and internationally recognized artist.

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National Cherry Blossom Festival Day in the Fairfax County Visitor Center
Okinawa Matsuri Family Day

Okinawa Matsuri Family Day

Celebrate the culture and traditions of the Japanese island of Okinawa! Try your hand at origami, bingata textile painting and other art activities.

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Introduction to Seeing Nature

Introduction to Seeing Nature

Featuring 39 masterpieces spanning five centuries, this exhibition draws from Paul G. Allen Family Collection to explore the evolution of European and American landscape art.

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Madame Butterfly Tea

A lecture about Puccini’s beloved opera Madame Butterfly followed by a Japanese-themed afternoon tea.

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