Online registration for this event is now closed. We do have a few spaces available. If you are interested in attending, please email the SAA office. Thank you.
We will visit the unique premises of Guillermina in Point Richmond, a beautiful antique shop run by Guillermina Emy LaFever since 1997. The gallery’s focus is on Japanese mingei, tansu, pottery, and baskets, as well as many lovely pieces and artifacts from Southeast Asia and China.
Emy travels extensively to acquire her pieces as well as being entrusted with pieces from many important collectors. Recently she acquired the collection from the estate of Ted Cohen, which will be on display. Her gallery has a truly eclectic collection of Asian arts and antiques, which members of the Society will greatly enjoy.
After the gallery visit, attendees can stay on for a no-host lunch at a nearby restaurant.
The Society for Asian Art's cancellation policy requires at least one week's advance written notice in order to receive a refund of registration fees. This excludes our Travel programs, which have separate cancellation policies, as well as any programs where a specific refund policy is stated on the event page. Your fees will be returned to you through a check in the mail. To cancel, please contact us.
For programs located within the Asian Art Museum, the museum entrance fee must be paid separately and is not included with your registration fee.
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