Amu, from the Japanese word meaning to weave, envisions a future where traditional arts are woven into the fabric of civic life. We envision artists, chefs, writers, and performers enhancing diverse communities through innovation, collaboration, and teaching. By elevating creative and minority voices, we seek a future that is more equitable and heart-driven, enriched by celebrating and revitalizing long traditions.
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Modern “Kintsugi” Workshop in Sonoma 4/29/2023amu arts 751 4th St East, Sonoma
We are offering a two-hour in-person kintsugi lesson with the...
Japanese Fiber & Clay Camp 6/19/23 ~ 6/23/23Sonoma Community Center 276 East Napa Street, Sonoma, CA
Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Instructor: Tsuyo Onodera &...
International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe 7/6/23~7/9/23
We will be presenting our Japanese artists at the International Folk...
Traditional Kimono Making Workshop 9/8/23~9/13/23 at Textile Center in Minneapolis
We are thrilled to announce that Tsuyo Onodera and Maki...