Date: Tuesday, September 25, 10 AM – Noon
Host: Pacific Bonsai Museum
Location: 2515 S 336th Street; Federal Way 98001 (former Weyerhaeuser campus)
Program: The Living Art of Bonsai
Nestled amidst towering conifers, Pacific Bonsai Museum connects people to nature through the living art of bonsai. This year, the Museum embarked on a new endeavor – the Living Art of Bonsai (LAB), an experimental collaborative for bonsai design innovation. The project reimagines traditional bonsai practices by resequencing the order of influence between the bonsai artist, ceramicist, and standmaker. Join Pacific Bonsai Museum curator Aarin Packard as he explains this multi-year project, how it challenges the art of bonsai, and how American Bonsai is pushing the boundaries of the art form.
Parking is located across the street in the West Parking Lot. There is a drop off area at the museum entrance and two handicap parking spaces. The Museum is ADA, walker and wheelchair accessible.