Created and conceived by artist Ryotaro Muramatsu, the Dandelion art pieces are planted (installed) at specific locations. Exhibit attendees use their smartphones to simulate blowing on the dandelion, sending its fluff in real-time to specific exhibit locations around the world. A symbol of peace, the dandelion fluff travels to destinations, spreading the seeds of peace all over the world.
The Dandelion Project December 3, 2021 – January 21, 2022 Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays | Noon to 7pm Japan Center Mall, 1737 Post. St., San Francisco – next to Mochill Mochi Donut FREE
Space is limited to 15 people at a time in the exhibit
The experience takes about 10-15 minutes
Event is indoors
No RSVP or tickets necessary
Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
After a private launch on December 2nd, The exhibit will open to the public starting Friday, December 3rd. The exhibit is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday only from Noon to 7pm, for a limited 8 week run.
December 3 (Friday) 12:00 pm - January 21 (Friday) 7:00 pm
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