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Lantern Making Workshop Friday

June 23, 2017

Friday, June 23, 1:30-4pm 
Registration is limited to 12 attendees. 

Last day to register is June 16

Cost is $28

Class Location:

Henry Madden Library

Located in: California State University, Fresno

Address: 5200 Barton Ave, Fresno, CA 93710

​Shining the Light on Remembrance

Third-generation Japanese-American artist Judy Shintani uses art as a process and meditation. As a daughter of a father incarcerated at the Tule Lake Segregation Camp, Shintani has focused much of her art career on researching and creating works that give voice to memories and hidden stories about this time. Using her own story as a catalyst, Shintani offers a lantern-making workshop focused around celebration and remembrance of loved ones. Participants may want to honor ancestors, friends, or even pets. The workshop is open to adults and children (10+, with parental supervision). No art making experience necessary. Please bring copies of photos (not larger than 3.5x3") that you may want to use in your lantern. 

Judy Shintani currently exhibiting in the Henry Madden Library show, 

9066 | Japanese American Voices from the Inside

Class subject to cancellation if less than 8 registered.

refunds for class if cancelled 7 days ahead

For questions: judyshintani@yahoo.com

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Lantern Making Workshop Saturday

June 24, 2017

Saturday, June 24,9:30am - noon

Registration is limited to 12 attendees. 

Last day to register is June 16

Cost is $28

Class Location:

Henry Madden Library

Located in: California State University, Fresno

Address: 5200 Barton Ave, Fresno, CA 93710

​Shining the Light on Remembrance

Third-generation Japanese-American artist Judy Shintani uses art as a process and meditation. As a daughter of a father incarcerated at the Tule Lake Segregation Camp, Shintani has focused much of her art career on researching and creating works that give voice to memories and hidden stories about this time. Judy Shintani currently exhibiting in the Henry Madden Library show, 

9066 | Japanese American Voices from the Inside.

Using her own story as a catalyst, Shintani offers a lantern-making workshop focused around celebration and remembrance of loved ones. Participants may want to honor ancestors, friends, or even pets. The workshop is open to adults and children (10+, with parental supervision). No art making experience necessary. Please bring copies of photos (not larger than 3.5x3") that you may want to use in your lantern. 

Class subject to cancellation if less than 8 registered.

refunds for class if cancelled 7 days ahead

For questions: judyshintani@yahoo.com

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