365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Bowers Museum The Bonsai Tradition: Cultural Arts of Japan – Day 351

Join Bowers Museum for an annual display celebrating the traditions and cultural arts of Japan presented in partnership with Kofu Bonsai Kai. There will be 24 trees displayed in a traditional manner for your viewing pleasure. The trees are from private collections of local artists, some of whom will be present to talk about their trees and the art of Bonsai. These individuals are all members of Kofu Bonsai Kai, whose goal is to promote the art form through education. The Viewing Stones, or ‘found art,’ are collected from  various parts of the United States and Asia. Sponsored by the Kofu Bonsai Kai, Orange County.

Admission is free to members or $8 to non-members. For questions call 714.567.3695

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