Tea Ceremony Presentations at the Art Complex Museum

  • 25 Sep 2011
  • 2:00 PM
  • The Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden Street, Duxbury, MA

Tea Ceremony Presentations at the Art Complex Museum

The Art Complex Museum at Duxbury will present the fourth in its series of traditional Japanese Tea Ceremonies on Sunday, September 25, at 2 PM.




The presentation will be given by Tea Master Allan Sosei Palmer, a student and teacher of the Urasenke school of Chanoyu for more than thirty-eight years. Hounsai sent him in 1976 to be his representative in Boston, and to head the Urasenke Boston City Branch.   In 2010, Zabosai granted him the title of Kyoju, Professor of Chanoyu, which is rarely given to non-Japanese persons. He will explain the ceremony and answer questions.

Folding canvas chairs are provided or visitors are invited to bring their own.  Arrangements have been made to hold the event inside the museum in case of inclement weather. 


More information can be found at www.artcomplex.org.

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