The Castellani Art Museum's art history series "Meet Me at the CAM" continues Wednesday, April 16, with "Dream Windows: An Exploration of the Japanese Garden," a presentation by Robert Poczik. The program runs from 10 a.m. to noon at the museum on the campus of Niagara University. Admission is free for museum members/$5 for non-members. To register, contact Susan Clements at 716-286-8201.
At this session, participants will come to understand some of the principles that underlay Japanese garden design. The session will feature a slideshow that highlights several exquisite gardens in Kyoto through photographs taken by Poczik on his journeys there. The session will also include views of four Japanese gardens outside Japan: in Philadelphia, Vancouver, Seattle and Buffalo.
"Meet Me at the CAM" programs feature films, guest speakers and facilitated discussions. Each session starts with coffee, tea and light refreshments, and participants enjoy the chance to socialize with old and new friends.
Parking is available in the Gallagher Lot, directly across Varsity Drive from the museum, adjacent to the Gallagher Center. Spaces have been reserved with orange cones for people attending the program.