Opening this Friday, March 4th, 6-9 PM. Fukushima disaster area report

It's the end of February and signs of spring are starting to appear.

I will be a part of the exhibition "Women in the Heights - Transitions" which is part of The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance's celebration of Women’s History Month.

The opening and artist talk will be this Friday, March 4th, 6-9 PM.
My artist talk, "What is home? Where is home?" will refer to the issue of nuclear refugees.

Friday, March 4 - Tuesday, March 29
Gallery hours: Monday-Thursday 10 AM-4 PM
by appointment  info@nomaanyc.org

Rio III Gallery
Sugar Hill Building, 898 St Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street, 9th floor, New York NY 10032

March 11, 2016 is the 5th anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident. I wrote a report about my November 2015 visit to the Fukushima disaster area that I put on my blog in English.
http://yasuyoart.blogspot.com

I have attached the Japanese article that is an edited version of my blog report. This edited version in Japanese was published in NY Seikatsu, a Japanese language newspaper in New York.

I also have been exhibiting my prints "from key to key"
at Asian language school,  Hills Learning.
315 Madison Ave on 42nd St, Suite 900 New York  NY 10017
(Please call 212-784-0694 to verify access)

I hope to see you at the opening or in the near future.
Yasuyo Tanaka

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