Linda Lighton Resume: 20th Century

Selected Solo Exhibitions
Collections
Selected Group Exhibitions
Awards & Honors
Positions, Workshops, Lectures
Bibliography
Articles & Reviews
Education
Summer Programs
Educational Work Experience
Tea Ceremony


Selected Solo Exhibitions
  • 1999  "Sensuality Is Its Own Reward," Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1999  "Objects of Humanity," Hermitage Gallery, Reno, Nevada
  • 1999   Linda Lighton, Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • 1998  "Contemporary Ceramics," Tre Arenz, Linda Lighton, Michael Magoto, Pamla Summers, William Campbell Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1996   Linda Lighton, Lynne Melcher, Olson Larson Gallery, Des Moines, Iowa
  • 1996   Linda Lighton, Lynne Melcher, Jewish Community Center, Overland Park, Kansas
  • 1995   Linda Lighton and Brad Miler, Recent Works, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1995   Linda Lighton, Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • 1994   Linda Lighton, Wyandotte County Library, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Linda Lighton, Galerie Zopf, Rheinsberg Castle, Rheinsberg, Germany
  • 1994   Clay Exhibition, Wyndey Morehead Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 1993   Paseo Performing and Visual Arts Academy, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1993, 1989, 1987   Wyandotte County Library, Kansas City, Kansas
  • 1995   Linda Lighton, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1990  "By Invitation Only," Federal Reserve Bank, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1989   Linda Lighton, Dorry Gates Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1987  "And she did not live happily ever after. . . but she did live." Batz-Lawrence Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1986   Linda Lighton, Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • 1985  "Beyond Ourselves," Batz Lawrence Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1985  "New Work," Barstow School, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1983   Cooke Gallery, Sunset Hill School, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1979 through 1983   L'Omega Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1982   Linda Lighton Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington
  • 1982  "Americana," Art Attack Gallery, Boise, Idaho
  • 1981   University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
  • 1979   202 Gallery, Moscow, Idaho
  • 1978   Nica Gallery, Pullman, Washington
  • 1974   Gemini Gallery, Bellingham, Washington
Collections
  • Leo Lambiel Museum, Lopez Island, Washington
  • International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Penn Valley Community College, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas
  • University of Ohio, Athens, Ohio
  • Daum Museum, Sedalia, Kansas
  • Spencer Museum, Lawrence, Kansas
  • International Workshop of Clay, Tokonome, Japan
  • International Ceramic Museum, Icheon, Korea
  • Latvian Artists Union, Riga, Latvia
  • International Ceramic Museum, Kecskemet, Hungary
  • Sprint Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas
  • Overland Park Convention Center, Overland Park, Kansas
  • Employees Reinsurance Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas
  • Kahn Steel, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Craft Fridkin Rhyme Law Offices, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Sonnescheim Law Offices, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Missouri
  • Shook Hardy Bacon Law Firm, Overland Park, Kansas
  • Jiesia Bone China Museum, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • R. Crosby Kemper, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Mark and Elizabeth Wilson, Kansas City, Missouri

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Selected Group Exhibitions
  • 1999   "Ceramics 99," Guilford Handcraft Center, Guilford, Connecticut
  • 1999   "Greater Midwest International," Art Center Gallery, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri, Juror's Award
  • 1999   "Updating Ceremonial Objects; A Cup for Miriam," Nathan D. Rosen Gallery, Adolf and Rose Leir Jewish Community Center, Boca Raton, Florida
  • 1998   "Re: Members Exhibition," Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1998   "Cultures Without Borders" Bisceglia Italian Cultural Center
  • 1998   Regional Craft Bienniel, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • 1998   International Artists' Symposium Exhibition, Zvartava Castle, Latvia
  • 1998   International Artists' Symposium Exhibition, Latvian Artists Union, Riga, Latvia
  • 1997  "Wild Woman Salon," Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, co-curator
  • 1997  "Topeka Competition 21," Topeka and Shawnee Public Library, Topeka, Kansas
  • 1996   Ten Ceramic Artists, University of Ohio, Athens, Ohio
  • 1996   The Clay Cup V, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, Alpine Kiln Award
  • 1996  "The White Show," Gallery V, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1996   Tokoname Ceramic Festival, Tokoname, Japan
  • 1996  "5th Birthday Celebration," Galerie Zopf, Rheinsberg, Germany
  • 1996  "River Market Regional Exhibition," Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1996  "Regional Craft Bienniel," Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • 1996   Cera Gallery, Tokoname, Japan
  • 1995  "The Red Show," Gallery V, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1995  "The Floral Show", Muse Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Summer Invitational, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994  "9th Annual National Ceramic Competition," San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, San Angelo, Texas, Merit Award
  • 1994  "Ideas in Bone China Exhibition," Museum of Contemporary Art, Kaunas, Lithuania; Museum of Applied Art, Vilnius, Lithuania; Museum of Applied Art, Riga, Latvia.
  • 1994   William Campbell Contemporary Art, Ft. Worth, Texas
  • 1993   International Artists Symposium Art Show, Jurmala, Latvia
  • 1993  "Genesis Gender," Fran Bull, Lynn Huber, Linda Lighton, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1993  "Architecture: Artists Interpretations," Braithewaite Fine Arts Gallery, Southern Utah Univ., Cedar City, Utah
  • 1993  "Valentine Excitement," Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1993  "Kansas City Clay Guild Juried Competition," Avila College, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1992  "Beyond Bounds" Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas
  • 1996  "Summer Salon," Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1997, 1992, 1991, 1987  "Dimensions" Lenexa National, Lenexa, Kansas
  • 1991  "Uptown Clay Downtown," Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1991  "Directors," Kansas City Artists Coalition, Wyandotte County Library, Kansas City, Kansas
  • 1991   Topeka Craft Exhibition, Topeka, Kansas
  • 1991   Midwest Small Sculpture Show, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
  • 1990   33rd Annual Delta Art Exposition, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • 1990  "Birdhouses Invitational Competition," C. Corcoran Gallery, Muskegon, Michigan
  • 1990   Chicago International Art Expo, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1990   Kansas City Artist's Coalition Juried Show, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1990   Kaw Valley Juried Art Show, Kansas City, Kansas, 1st Prize
  • 1989  "New Art Forms," Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1989   Hidden Glen Art Show, Olathe, Kansas, 1st Prize, 3 Dimension
  • 1989   Nine State Juried Art Show, Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1988  "Joy of Sacks," Mesa Cultural Center, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1988, 1987  "Annual Monarch Tile National Ceramic Competition," San Angelo, Texas
  • 1987  "Past Presence," Corvallis Art Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • 1986  "Clay Forte," Mesa Cultural Center, Mesa, Arizona, Jurors' Award
  • 1984  "Wearable Art," Brentwood Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
  • 1984   Invitational Sculpture Show, Columbia Art League, Columbia, Missouri
  • 1984  "Collector's Market," Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1984  "Currents '84," Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • 1984  "Intimate Images," Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1983   16th Annual Prints, Drawings and Crafts Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • 1983  "Women's Perspective," Mill Gallery, Guilford Handeraft Center, Guilford, Connecticut
  • 1983  "Fourth Biennial Paper and Clay," Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee
  • 1982  "What's New in Clay," Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas
  • 1982  "Cooking Pots," Craftsman's Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska
  • 1981   Marietta Sculpture National, Grover Herman Fine Arts Center, Marietta, Ohio
  • 1981  "Women in Art," Springfield Art Association, Springfield, Ohio
  • 1980   American Association of University Women Traveling Slide Show
  • 1980  "Upper Midwest Crafts Invitational," Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, Iowa
  • 1980  "Clay Fantasy," Craftsman's Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska
  • 1980  "Westwood Clay National," Otis Parsons Gallery, Los Angeles, California
  • 1978  "Container Show," Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane, Washington
Artist Residencies/Working Experience
  • 1996   International Workshop for Ceramic Artist in Tokoname, Japan
  • 1993   Jiesia Bone China Factory in Kaunas, Lithuania
  • 1992, 1998   Latvian Artists Union

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Awards and Honors
  • 1999   Jurors' Award, Greater Midwest International, Central Missouri State University Art Center, Warrensburg, Missouri
  • 1999   Grant for "China Painting and Lustres Workshop," Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1998   International Symposium for Ceramic Artists, U.S. Representative, Zvartava, Latvia
  • 1996   International Workshop for Ceramic Arts at Tokoname, Tokoname, Japan
  • 1995   Alpine Kiln Award, The Clay Cup V, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois
  • 1994   Jurors' Award, 9th Annual San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, San Angelo, Texas
  • 1994   National Medal of Arts, Young Audiences, President Bill Clinton, National Endowment for the Arts
  • 1994   Exhibition Honorarium, Amerika House, Berlin, Germany
  • 1994   International Bone China Symposium/Seminar, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • 1994   United States Representative, International Artists Symposium, Jurmala, Latvia, awarded by Lakeside Art and Culture International
  • 1993   Honors Award, Architecture: Artist's Interpretations, Braithewaite Fine Arts Gallery, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah
  • 1991   Honorable Mention, Midwest Small Sculpture Competition, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
  • 1990, 1985   Nominee for Award in the Visual Arts
  • 1997-1990   Artist in Residence, Missouri Arts Council
  • 1990   First Prize, Kaw Valley Juried Art Show, Kansas City, Kansas
  • 1989   First Prize, Hidden Glen Art Show, Olathe, Kansas
  • 1989   Honors Graduate, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1986   Juror's Award, Clay Forte, Mesa Cultural Center, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1982   Honorable Mention, Annual Design Award for Homes, Metropolitan Home Magazine
  • 1980   American Association of University Women Traveling Slide Show
  • 1978   Mortar Board Society, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
Positions, Workshops, Lectures
  • 1999   Panel Discussion: New Uses of Materials, Drury University, Springfield, Missouri
  • 1999   China Painting and Lustres Workshop, New York, New York
  • 1999   China Painting and Lustres Workshop, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1999   Program Coordinator, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1998   Lecture, International Symposium for Ceramic Artists, Zvartava, Latvia
  • 1998   Tour Leader: Art, Anthropology, and Archeology of Guatemala
  • 1997   Critic, Final Projects, Architecture Department, Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas
  • 1998-1990   Artist in Education Residency Program, Missouri Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts
  • 1999-1990   Director, Board Member, Young Audiences of Kansas City
  • 1999-1995   National Committee, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1999-1983   Artists Residency Program ,Arts Partners of Kansas City
  • 1997-1996   Board Member, Spencer Library, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1997   Tour leader, Group Art Tour in Mexico, Art and Archeological Sites of Mexico
  • 1997   Co-curator: Wild Woman Salon, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1996   Lecture, I.W.C.A.T., Tokoname, Japan
  • 1996   Head Coordinator, "The Europeans Are Coming," Ceramic Workshop, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1996   Lecture: I.W.C.A.T. Workshop, Japanese Ceramics, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1995   Lecture, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
  • 1995  "Cultural Geometries," Tile Mural Workshop with David Furman and Linda Lighton. Pitzer College, Claremont, California
  • 1995   Lecture, Pitzer College, Claremont, California
  • 1994   Lecture, Lithuanian Ceramics, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Kaunas Academy of Art, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • 1994   Tea Service Design, Rheinsberg Ceramic Factory, Rheinsberg, Germany
  • 1994   Lecture, International Bone China Symposium, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Maple Woods College, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Latvian Ceramic Symposium, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture and Demonstration, International Artists Symposium, Jurmala, Latvia
  • 1994 & 1993   Board Member, Friends of Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1993   Lecture and Slide Presentation, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994-1985   Journalist for National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts Journal (NCECA)
  • 1992   Juror, "Art in the Park," Columbia Art League, Columbia, Missouri
  • 1992   Juror, "Art for the Health of It," Allied Arts Council, St. Joseph, Missouri
  • 1992   Children's Workshop, Lenexa National Sculpture Show, Lenexa, Kansas
  • 1992  "The Dead Sea in the Rain Forest" technical collaborator, Belem Brazil
  • 1992-1991   Art Consultant to Board, Bruce Watkins Cultural Heritage Center, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1991   Design Consultant, Youth Movement Dance Company, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1990   Citizens Task Force for the Arts, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1990   Guest Lecturer, Pembroke Hill School, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1989-1987   Executive Board Member and Founder, Kansas City Contemporary Art Center, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1987   The Sketch Box, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1986-1984   Lecture, Sunset Hill School, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1984   Lecture, Shawnee Mission East High School, Shawnee Mission, Kansas
  • 1984-1983   Introduction to Ceramics, Sunset Hill School Continuing Education Program, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1983   Lecture, Barstow School, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1979   The Pottery Place (cooperative pottery) Spokane, Washington
  • 1979   Workshop, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

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Bibliography
  • 1994   Lighton, Linda, "Looking at White Space," National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Journal, Vol.14, 1993-94, p. 95-97
  • 1992   Lighton, Linda, "Just Fired: New Ceramic Work," NCECA Journal, Vol. 12, 1991-92, p. 51-53
  • 1990   Lighton, Linda, "A Brief Interview with Angela Fina," NCECA Journal, Vol. 10, 1989-90, p. 14
  • 1989   Lighton, Linda, "An Interview with Ted Cohen at the '88 NCECA Conference," NCECA Journal, Vol. 9.2, p. 5
  • 1989   Lighton, Linda, "Let's Be Positive," The Kansas City Star, August 21, 1989, p. 3A
  • 1987   Lighton, Linda, "A Meeting of Contemporary Ceramists of Latin America," NCECA Journal, Vol. 8.2, p. 7
  • 1986   Lighton, Linda, "Spotlight on Tom Coleman," NCECA Journal, Vol. 7.2, 1986, p. 19
  • 1986   Lighton, Linda, "Kirk Mangus Demonstration," NCECA Newsletter, 1986, Vol. 9.3, p. 15
Articles and Reviews
  • 1999   Townley, Roderick, "The Winding Road to Her Creativity," Kansas City Home Design Magazine, p. 60-65, Sept. 1999
  • 1999   Robin Trafton, "In the Garden of Art: Art and Senses," The Kansas City Star, Friday, April 2, 1999, p. 32
  • 1998   Muizniece, Ruta, "Cik Karsti les Zvartava Sovasar" Diena, August 8, 1998, p.10
  • 1997   Peterson, Paul, "Wild Woman Salon: Untrapped Spirit Expressions," The Independent, August 16, 1997, p.18-19
  • 1997   Thorson, Alice, "Sisters Are Doing Art for Themselves," The Kansas City Star, July 25, 1997, p. 18
  • 1997   Rose, Joshua, "Working to Build Bridges," Kansas City Jewish Life, Spring 1997, p. 24-28
  • 1997   Peebles, Debra, "Wild Woman Salon," Forum, Visual Arts Journal of Kansas City, Fall 1997, Vol. 22.2, p. 7
  • 1996   Zimmerman, "Flower Power," Kansas City Home Design, October 1996, p. 42-47, 50
  • 1995   Thorson, Alice, "Change of Season and Scenery," The Kansas City Star, March 17, 1995, p.17
  • 1995   Hockaday, Laura, "Designing Creativity for a Critical Cause," The Kansas City Star, Sunday, May 21, 1995, p. H8
  • 1994   Presson, Rebekah, "L.L. in Latvia," Borderline, Summer 1994, p. 27-29
  • 1994   Hockaday, Laura, "Lithuania Proves a Creative Challenge for This Sculptor," The Kansas City Star, Sunday, Oct. 16, 1994, p. H8
  • 1994   Petrauskaite, Lilvine, "Gal Galician Pasiulyti Kavos is Voro Kavinuko?" Kauno Diena, rugsejo 6, antradienis IVr208 (14321) 1994, p. 4
  • 1993   Hockaday, Laura R., "Artists in Latvia Get by with Few Amenities, Meager Provisions," The Kansas City Star, November 28, 1993, p. I4
  • 1993   Seveles, Aijas, "Starptautisks Makslas Simpozijs Notiek Dzintaros," Jurmala Nedelas Avize, 30 Sept.-6 Oct., No. 38 (1743), p. 7
  • 1993   Thorson, Alice, "Differences Make 'Genesis Gender' a Lively Exhibit," The Kansas City Star, September 5, 1993, p. F3
  • 1992   Gold, Lara, "Artist Mourns Stolen Sculpture," The Kansas City Star, January 5, 1992, p. B3
  • 1990   Walker, Steve, "Breaking Roles," Kansas City Live, December 1990, p.7
  • 1990   Hellman, Rick, "Ceramist's Work Takes On New Look, New Meaning," The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, March 23, 1990, p. A23
  • 1990   Caruso, Laura, "Seeking Inner Connections," The Kansas City Star, Sept. 2, 1990, p. F6
  • 1990   Hoffman, Donald, "Ceramics," The Kansas City Star, March 19, 1989, p. 5E
  • 1989   Hoffman, Donald, "West Wyandotte," The Kansas City Star, July 30,1989, p. D4
  • 1987  "Art Museum Plans Heady Birthday Celebration," San Angelo Standard Times, April 12, p. 12H
  • 1987   Yates, Jill, "Artist Makes Bold, Clever Statement in Ceramic Show," Sun Newspaper, Nov. 13
  • 1987   Hoffman, Donald, "Linda Lighton," The Kansas City Star, November 15, 1987, p. H12
  • 1986   Hoffman, Donald, "Potpourri," The Kansas City Star, December 21, 1986
  • 1985   Hoffman, Donald, "Linda Lighton," The Kansas City Star, November 15, 1985, p. D12
  • 1985   Brookfield, Karen, "Profile," The Independent, November 1985, p.12
  • 1985   Hoffman, Donald, "Works Exude Healthy, Fun Loving Look," The Kansas City Star, July 7, 1985, p. F9
  • 1985   Deverey, Michael, "Ceramists Show Differing Styles at Two Local Gallery Exhibitions," The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, November 8, 1985, p. A14
  • 1985  "K.C. Home, Fauk Real," The Kansas City Star Magazine, April 5, cover
  • 1984   Hoffman, Donald, "Summer Things," The Kansas City Star, July 29, p. E6
  • 1984   Noland, Garry, "Group Sculpture Show," Forum, September, p. 13
  • 1983   Hoffman, Donald, "At L'Omega," The Kansas City Star, October 9, p. 101
  • 1982   Hoffman, Donald, "Linda Lighton," The Kansas City Star, October 17, p. K3
  • 1981   Hoffman, Donald, "Linda Lighton," The Kansas City Star, June 14, p. I5
  • 1980   Graduate Woman, July/August cover
  • 1980  "News & Retrospect," Ceramics Monthly, Vol. 28, #5, May

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Education
  • 1998-1997   Sogetsu School of Ikebana, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1989-1987   Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors
  • 1978-1976   University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
  • 1976-1975   Western Washington State College, Bellingham, Washington
  • 1974-1971   Factory of Visual Arts, Seattle, Washington
  • 1967-1966   Centenary College, Hackettstown, New Jersey
Summer Programs
  • 1990   John Perrault, Anderson Ranch, Snowmass Village, Colorado
  • 1982   Akio Takamori, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1977   Clary Illian, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1967   Fontainbleau School of Fine Arts, Fontainbleau, France
  • 1966-1965   Monterrey Institute of Technology, Monterrey, Mexico
Tea Ceremony
  • 1999 & 1998   Japanese Tea Ceremony, Bisceglia Italian Cultural Center, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1999   Japanese Tea Ceremony, Young Friends of Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City Missouri
  • 1997   Tea Ceremony, Lecture and Demonstration, Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1997   Tea Ceremony Lecture and Demonstration, United States Department of Agriculture, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1995   Lecture and Demonstration, Tea Ceremony, Hallmark, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Tea Ceremony, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Tea Ceremony, Consul General of Japan, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Lecture, Tea Ceremony, Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Tea Service Design, Rheinsberg Ceramic Factory, Rheinsberg, Germany
  • 1994   Tea Ceremony Lecture and Demonstration, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1994   Tea Ceremony and Presentation, Federal Reserve Bank, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1993   Tea Ceremony Lecture and Presentation, Japanese Language Festival, Rockhurst College, Kansas City, Missouri
  • 1992  "The Tea Ceremony," Lecture and presentation, Kansas City Clay Guild, Kansas City, Missouri

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