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May 2020

World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 14

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 15

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 16

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 17

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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Museum Tour

May 17 at 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Pacific Bonsai Museum, 2515 S 336th Street
Federal Way, WA 98001 United States
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Free

We offer free tours of the Museum every Sunday at 1pm. No reservations required. Interested in a private tour for your group? Learn more. March 2020: Our free Sunday tours at 1pm will go on as scheduled. Per King County Health guidelines to avoid gatherings larger than ten people, tours will be limited to the first nine guests who arrive. Thanks for your understanding.

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 19

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 20

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 21

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 22

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

May 23

Opening day: May 8, 2020. Pacific Bonsai Museum’s special exhibition for 2020, World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience, traces the cultural practice of bonsai in location and time—in Japan and in the United States, from the pre-war WWII period, through wartime, amid incarceration, and at peace. With bonsai, artifacts, documents, and photographs, the exhibition shares the little-known stories of the people who ingeniously and courageously cared for bonsai, shared their art, and spurred a flourishing global practice despite overwhelming hardships.…

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