Lifelong Learning Past Events
Craft Class with Ryoko Shibata: Pop-Up Card Making
Give that special someone a card they will remember. Participants will learn how to make three-dimensional cards that pop-up when opened. Members $5, non-members $11, includes National Museum admission.
Craft Class with Ryoko Shibata: Sumi-e
Participants will learn the art of sumi-e (ink brush painting) flowers. Members $5, non-members $11, includes National Museum admission and supplies
Friday Night Dance Lessons
Get ready for the 2001 Annual Dinner, "A Sentimental Journey", to be held on March 3 at the Hollywood Palladium! Brush up on your ballroom, swing and Latin dance steps. Dance classes will feature steps for the beginner as well as the more experienced dancer. Please wear dance shoes with felt bottoms or soft/rubber soled shoes. Classes are free to current National Museum members, volunteers and staff. RSVP to Leticia Rodriguez at (213) 830-5686.
Craft Class with Ryoko Shibata: Hinamatsuri (Girls Day) Doll-Making Series, Part II
Please see February 10 for more information.
Little Tokyo Walking Tour
The Little Tokyo community in Los Angeles was once the residential, business, and cultural center of the largest Japanese American community in the United States until World War II. Relive history and learn about present day Little Tokyo with National Museum Docent, Bill Shishima on this historical walking tour through the Museumâ€™s neighborhood. Comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended. Members $5, non-members $11, includes National Museum admission.
Craft Class with Ryoko Shibata: Hinamatsuri Doll-Making Series, Part I
Enjoy a two-part doll making class in celebration of Girls Day. Participants will learn how to construct delicate Hinamatsuri (Girls Festival) dolls out of Japanese fabric. Members $5, non-members $11, includes National Museum admission and supplies.