About the Exhibition
13 November 2012 | 1 – 5 pm
14 November 2012 | 9:30 – 6 pm
15-16 November 2012 | 9:30 – 5 pm
Hobart Room, Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RQ
This event is free. All are welcome.
Enjoy a rare exhibition on traditional Japanese dolls made by Ohno Hatsuko (1915-1982) to celebrate the heritage and mastery of doll making practice in Japan. While dolls in the West are considered children’s play things, Japan has historically considered and produced them as works of art. Ohno’s work demonstrates absolute technical precision and artistic sensitivity. Each doll reveals the whimsical human character with warmth and humour.
Japanese Art Doll by Ohono Hatsuko
About the Lecture
Lectures: Dolls of East and West
Venue: Music Room, Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RQ
Date: Wednesday, 14 November 2012 | 6-7pm (followed by reception)
This event is free. To book seat contact 01603-597-507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolls of Ohno Hatsuko
Made in England: Dolls from the V&A Museum of Childhood Collection
Curator, V&A Museum of Childhood
The special lecture evening will begin with a talk by Mori Mika, daughter of Ohno Hatsuko, who will speak on the meaning and importance of traditional doll making in Japan and the roll her mother played in the figurative doll making movement. Esther Lutman, Curator from the V&A Museum of Childhood, will then look at English doll tradition through exploring the significant doll collection in the V&A Museum of Childhood. The exhibition is open until 6pm on the night of the lectures.