Art After Dark / What's the Story: Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Live virtual Program

What's the Story? Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

featuring Wendy Lo, Curator of Education, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Live virtual program from 6 – 7 pm on Norton’s YouTube and Facebook

The Norton marks its 80th year anniversary in 2021! What’s the Story? invites neighboring cultural and community organizations to mark the occasion by sharing distinguished histories and what’s ahead. Audiences are invited to join the conversation and ask questions using the Live Chat features on YouTube and Facebook.



About Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

The Morikami Museum was founded in 1977 on land donated by George Morikami, a member of the Yamato farming community. It has been a center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida with rotating exhibitions, educational programs, outreach with local schools and organizations, and special events. The principal museum building opened in 1993 and in 2001, 16-acres that surround the Morikami’s two museum buildings was developed to include an expansive Japanese garden with strolling paths, resting areas, our world-class bonsai collection, and six gardens that reflect major periods of Japanese Garden design, from the 8th to the 20th century, and serves as an outdoor extension of the museum. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, with its unique gardens and collections, is one of Palm Beach County’s most treasured cultural attractions. Located in a tranquil natural setting, Morikami invites visitors to explore its many facets and discover Florida’s heritage and its connection with Japan. To learn more, visit

Morikami Museum

About Wendy Lo

Wendy Lo is the Curator of Education at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. She graduated from Florida International University with a Masters in Asian Studies and a B.A. in Business Administration in International Business and Marketing, with a focus on Asia. At the Morikami, she is responsible for managing the Education Department, the museum docent program, the management of the classes, lectures, and workshop, as well as other special educational programs. She is a presenter for Morikami’s adult outreach programs and the project director of the Stroll for Well-Being program. She is active in the South Florida Japanese cultural community as a member of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) Miami Chapter, the South Florida Regional Representative of the Florida JET Alumni Association (JETAA-FL), collaborating with Japanese cultural associations and the Japanese Consulate in Miami.


Register: This program is free and will stream live via Youtube and Facebook. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation. A reminder email will be sent 24 hours before the virtual program, along with a link to watch live.
Watch Later: This program will be recorded and will be available here soon after.
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