Gardens — not just in Japan, but across the globe — are an art form that transcends national boundaries, religious divides and time to help people connect to nature. Listen and take part in the discussion as a noted scholar explains the history and tradition of the gardens of Islam and what gardens tell us about a civilization and its relationship to things like nature, spirituality, art, architecture, water, and land. This talk is part of the Garden’s Year of Peace programming, celebrating the ability of gardens to connect people across borders, religions, and time.
Visit japanesegarden.org/events/garden-lecture-series-d-fairchild-ruggles for more information.
Portland, OR 97205