Divers wade at the edges of a rocky river, a large black stone gnarled by the movement of water...
“Stone fishing” in the Uji River, Japan, for Isamu Noguchi’s Sunken Garden, Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza, c. 1960–62. ©INFGM / ARS

Archives Deep Dive: “Fishing” for Stones

Saturday, April 25, 2020
2 pm–3 pm

When Noguchi created Sunken Garden, Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza (1961–64) in New York City, he took inspiration from traditional Japanese garden design. Join a Noguchi Museum Educator in an interactive virtual learning program to discuss Noguchi’s process in creating this public work.

Archives Deep Dive is an interactive virtual learning program for adults, designed to explore projects, themes, and topics related to the art and life of Isamu Noguchi. Use The Noguchi Museum Archives as a source of inspiration to create connections through shared stories and group discussion.

This free program is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited and advance registration is required. All participants will be sent a link to participate through the Zoom platform. All program times listed are EDT (Eastern Daylight Time).