“Take To-Ro: Bridge of Lights”, a large scale artwork created by a group of young artist in Baltimore and members of Baltimore Kawasaki Sister City Committee will be exhibited at The Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC), Embassy of Japan in Washington DC. The event is scheduled on August 8-19, 2016.
The JICC uses their unique gallery space, with award-winning Japanese-inspired design, to showcase both traditional and modern Japanese art. Open to the public, 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, these exhibitions bring Japan to you.
“Take To-Ro” originally made its appearance at the inaugural season of Light City Baltimore in March 2016. The artwork was well received by the audience and helped the event to attract more than 400,000 visitors to Inner Harbor Baltimore.
This exhibit is generously sponsored by following organizations and families:
The Baltimore Kawasaki Sister City Committee Baltimore, MD
Greenfield & Kress PA, Annapolis, MD
David Calloway of Owings Mills • The Bardi family, Washington, DC • The Murphy family, Englewood, NJ • The Pierce family, Baltimore, MD • The Shiota family, Owings Mills, MD
The BKSCC also appreciates kind support by the Japan Commerce Association of Washington, DC, who agreed to share event information with its members.
You can find more information about the event, BKSCC and Light City Baltimore from below links and at our facebook page.
The Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC)
Light City Baltimore