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Thursday, February 2, 2017
7:00 PM—7:30 PM

Common Ground Conversations—SOLIDARITY

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FREE

JANM presents a four-week series of public conversations taking place within our core exhibition, Common Ground: The Heart of Community. Each conversation, which will be facilitated by a member of our education staff and follow a guiding theme, is intended to generate meaningful dialogue among guests, utilizing Japanese American history to delve into contemporary issues and concerns. Portions of the exhibition will serve as jumping-off points for each conversation.

Common Ground incorporates hundreds of objects, documents, and photographs to chronicle 130 years of Japanese American history, beginning with the first generation of immigrants to the United States (Issei) and including prominent coverage of the World War II incarceration as well as the military service of Japanese Americans during the war.

All are welcome to attend and no tickets or RSVPs are required. Common Ground Conversations are free and coincide with JANM’s free admission on Thursdays starting at 5 p.m.

January 12: Compassion
January 19: Transparency
January 26: Speaking Out
February 2: Solidarity

In conjunction with the exhibition Common Ground: The Heart of Community
Thursday, January 26, 2017
7:00 PM—7:30 PM

Common Ground Conversations—SPEAKING OUT

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FREE

JANM presents a four-week series of public conversations taking place within our core exhibition, Common Ground: The Heart of Community. Each conversation, which will be facilitated by a member of our education staff and follow a guiding theme, is intended to generate meaningful dialogue among guests, utilizing Japanese American history to delve into contemporary issues and concerns. Portions of the exhibition will serve as jumping-off points for each conversation.

Common Ground incorporates hundreds of objects, documents, and photographs to chronicle 130 years of Japanese American history, beginning with the first generation of immigrants to the United States (Issei) and including prominent coverage of the World War II incarceration as well as the military service of Japanese Americans during the war.

All are welcome to attend and no tickets or RSVPs are required. Common Ground Conversations are free and coincide with JANM’s free admission on Thursdays starting at 5 p.m.

January 12: Compassion
January 19: Transparency
January 26: Speaking Out
February 2: Solidarity

In conjunction with the exhibition Common Ground: The Heart of Community
Thursday, January 19, 2017
7:00 PM—7:30 PM

Common Ground Conversations—TRANSPARENCY

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FREE

JANM presents a four-week series of public conversations taking place within our core exhibition, Common Ground: The Heart of Community. Each conversation, which will be facilitated by a member of our education staff and follow a guiding theme, is intended to generate meaningful dialogue among guests, utilizing Japanese American history to delve into contemporary issues and concerns. Portions of the exhibition will serve as jumping-off points for each conversation.

Common Ground incorporates hundreds of objects, documents, and photographs to chronicle 130 years of Japanese American history, beginning with the first generation of immigrants to the United States (Issei) and including prominent coverage of the World War II incarceration as well as the military service of Japanese Americans during the war.

All are welcome to attend and no tickets or RSVPs are required. Common Ground Conversations are free and coincide with JANM’s free admission on Thursdays starting at 5 p.m.

January 12: Compassion
January 19: Transparency
January 26: Speaking Out
February 2: Solidarity

In conjunction with the exhibition Common Ground: The Heart of Community
Thursday, January 12, 2017
7:00 PM—7:30 PM

Common Ground Conversations—COMPASSION

events/CommonGround-HtMtnBarracks-exterior-detail-300px.jpg

FREE

JANM presents a four-week series of public conversations taking place within our core exhibition, Common Ground: The Heart of Community. Each conversation, which will be facilitated by a member of our education staff and follow a guiding theme, is intended to generate meaningful dialogue among guests, utilizing Japanese American history to delve into contemporary issues and concerns. Portions of the exhibition will serve as jumping-off points for each conversation.

Common Ground incorporates hundreds of objects, documents, and photographs to chronicle 130 years of Japanese American history, beginning with the first generation of immigrants to the United States (Issei) and including prominent coverage of the World War II incarceration as well as the military service of Japanese Americans during the war.

All are welcome to attend and no tickets or RSVPs are required. Common Ground Conversations are free and coincide with JANM’s free admission on Thursdays starting at 5 p.m.

January 12: Compassion
January 19: Transparency
January 26: Speaking Out
February 2: Solidarity

In conjunction with the exhibition Common Ground: The Heart of Community
Saturday, August 2, 2014
11:30 AM

Perseverance Gallery Talk

Join Perseverance photographer/designer Kip Fulbeck and curator Takahiro Kitamura as they lead a gallery tour with special insight on the exhibition. RSVP early, 30 participants max.

Read an article about curator Takahiro Kitamura on Discover Nikkei>>

Read about photographer/designer Kip Fulbeck on Discover Nikkei>>

Saturday, July 12, 2014
11:30 AM

Dodgers Gallery Talk

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11:30 A.M. & 1 P.M.

Curators Mark Langill and Koji Steven Sakai will lead a family-friendly gallery tour through Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game, giving the insider scoop about the exhibition and how it was put together. Mark Langill is the Dodgers Publications Editor & Team Historian. Koji Steven Sakai is the Programs Manager at the Japanese American National Museum.

RSVP early, 30 participants max.

In conjunction with the exhibition Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game
 

 

 

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