Texas Yunomi Tea Bowl Festival

June 03, 2017
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Dorothy Colp-Serrano

Yunomi:  a form of teacup, typically made from a ceramic material, being taller than wide, with a trimmed or turned foot. Unlike the more formal chawan tea bowl which is used during the Japanese tea ceremony, the yunomi is made for daily (or informal) tea drinking.

Come and join us in celebrating some of the most beautiful and unique pieces of tea -ware and their artisans and come to TEXAS Yunomi Festival and opening reception, Saturday, June 3rd, from 5 pm – 10 pm.

Admission is free and open to everyone: matcha cocktails and japanese art demos all night.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Honor the yunomi tea vessel at the opening reception, Saturday, June 3rd, from 5 pm – 10 pm with a Kimono Zulu party. On display, a collection of vintage kimonos reimagined, ikebana floral arrangements and matcha cocktails. Exhibit and sale.

PRINT HOUSTON print artists will display print images honoring the bowl. ON VIEW: June 3-25

Date: June 03, 2017 5:00 PM-10:00 PM

Location: TEA+ART | 613 1/2 W. 19th St., Houston, TX 77008 | 8329551767

Event website: teaplusart.com

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613 1/2 W. 19th St.
Houston, TX 77008
8329551767

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