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EAST meets WEST- Thursday 26 February 2015
Walton on the Hill DFAS - Special Interest Day

26/02/2015 Marie- Therese Barrett ‘JAPAN – EAST MEETS WEST’: 10:00 am – c 3:00 pm on Thursday 26 February at Riddell Hall, Walton-on-the-Hill.

Tickets are available from Mary Hooper - e-mail: maroula@tiscali.co.uk or phone: 01737 844406 - and will cost £20.00 per person, which is really good value for the day as the price includes coffee and tea on arrival plus a light lunch with wine, coffee and mints.
Tickets must be booked through Mary Hooper and Walton on the Hill DFAS will be very happy to welcome members from other Societies to what should prove a very interesting day.
For more information click on the link below;

http://www.waltononthehilldfas.org.uk/Special/FutureSpecial.aspx

_________________________________________________________________________ The speaker will be Marie-Therese Barrett who will be discussing the fascinating topic of the cross-cultural encounters between Japan and the West, from the mid-16th century onwards, and artistic achievements in that period. Initially Europe influenced Japan but by 19th century, the situation had reversed and Japanese art had a revolutionary impact on the West, known as ‘Japonisme’, which Marie-Therese’s talk will examine, showing the astonishing results.