• EXHIBIT 
Long before Hello Kitty made her appearance on everything from backpacks to cookware, the craft of Japanese tea service—known as chanoyu—encompassed teacups, related utensils, clothing, paper screens (above), and tearooms themselves. Yale University Art Gallery traces the evolution of chanoyu from its antecedents in the ninth century to the present day. Through April 26.
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    EXHIBIT
    Long before Hello Kitty made her appearance on everything from backpacks to cookware, the craft of Japanese tea service—known as chanoyu—encompassed teacups, related utensils, clothing, paper screens (above), and tearooms themselves. Yale University Art Gallery traces the evolution of chanoyu from its antecedents in the ninth century to the present day. Through April 26.
    artgallery.yale.edu