I am so pleased to call your attention to an exciting new art exhibit at the Japanese Garden.
For the past two years, participants of Dementia-Friendly Recreation have been coming to the garden regularly, turning their inspiration into vibrant watercolor paintings.
“A Year in the Garden” is a culmination of the work they’ve created, and it will be their first exhibit at the garden.
All art featured was created in the “Arts in the Park” program, a partnership between Seattle Parks and Recreation and Elderwise with sponsorship by Careforce.
Stop by the Tateuchi Community Room for a very special artist reception on Thursday, April 5, from 4 – 5:45pm.
Admission to the garden is free after 3pm for Free First Thursday. Refreshments provided. The exhibit will be on display in the Tateuchi Community Room through the end of May.
For more information, please visit their event page.