On View July 16 through September 27

9. 小松美智子35 (306x800)Hiroshima International: Exhibition of Japanese Calligraphy and Paintings

Image: Michiko Komatsu, Symbol of Hope and Good Fortune, pine, bamboo, & plum



Also on view:

Beyond Words: Calligraphic Work by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet

Selected Works from the Permanent Collection






FAMILY DAY – August 23, 11am – 1pm

Free admission all day – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Hands-on Activities and Demonstrations 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m

FROM THE WHITE HOUSE TO THE SEA – September 9, 1:30pm

In this colorful forty-five minute presentation, Rick Paulus takes you on a unique journey into White House entertaining.  Using calligraphy as a backdrop, Rick shares personal vignettes from working at the highest levels of government as a calligrapher.  FREE for members, cost of admission for non-members

ILLUMINATED LETTERS - September 11, 4 – 8pm

A calligraphic performance event presented by the Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet.  Enjoy an evening of lettering arts as calligraphers demonstrate varied manuscript styles from throughout history and around the world.  FREE and open to the public.

CLOSING RECEPTION – September 20, 6:30pm

Join us as we welcome the delegation of artists from Japan whose work is featured in our current exhibition.  With remarks from the Japanese Consulate and a calligraphic performance event by the artists, this is a celebration not to be missed!


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This exhibit and its programs are proudly sponsored by: THE PRIMERICA FOUNDATION

Upcoming Exhibits in 2014

October 9 – December 20
Blurred Lines: Contemporary Self-Taught Meets the Masters, curated by Tina Cox
Selected Works from the Permanent Collection (New Works)
The Hudgens 3rd Annual Juried Members’ Exhibition