Works in Isamu Noguchi's MacDougal Alley Studio, including sculptures made from alabaster, onyx,...
Works in Isamu Noguchi’s MacDougal Alley studio, 1940s. Photo: Andre Kertesz. The Noguchi Museum Archives, 03204. ©INFGM / ARS
Online Programs, Access

Seen and Unseen: Bridging East and West

Thursday, February 25, 2021
2 pm-3:30 pm
Free

Seen and Unseen is a monthly series of virtual tours for adults who are blind or have low vision, leading participants through interactive experiences with Isamu Noguchi’s art. Museum educators engage participants through verbal descriptions and conversation.

One of Isamu Noguchi’s interests was in bridging East and West through his art. This month, learn about Noguchi’s sculptures that made connections between political events in Japan and America in the 20th century.

This free program is offered remotely, accessible by Zoom link and dial-in phone number. Program times listed are EST (Eastern Standard Time). To RSVP, please email education@noguchi.org or call 718.204.7088 ext 203.