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Saturday, February 1, 1997
11:00 AM—5:00 PM

Woodblock Printing Workshop: Part 1

Kona Coffee Story Exhibit Series Special Workshop

Instructor: Hiroke Morinoue. The first of a two-day intensive workshop (February 1 and 2) on moku-hanga, the art of woodblock printing. Students will learn the technique of cutting, printing, and preparing the paper. Members $55, non-members $65 for both days. Fees include materials and use of tools. Limited to 15 adult students. Reservations required by January 29.

In conjunction with the exhibition The Kona Coffee Story: Along the Hawai'i Belt Road
Saturday, February 1, 1997
12:00 PM—2:00 PM

Clay Pottery for Children

Kona Coffee Story Exhibit Series Workshop

Instructor: Setsuko Morinoue. Ceramic artist, Setsuko Morinoue of Kona, Hawai‘i conducts a fun and educational workshop in clay pottery for children of all ages. Ms. Morinoue, originally from Japan, has been creating works of art in clay for exhibitions in Japan and Hawai‘i. Members $5, non-members $9 includes Museum admission. Reservations required by January 29.

In conjunction with the exhibition The Kona Coffee Story: Along the Hawai'i Belt Road
Thursday, January 23, 1997
2:00 PM—3:30 PM

Discover Your Family Tree

Instructor: Chester Hashizume. Become a family detective and discover those long-lost relatives. Learn how to create your own family tree, then find out how to enter your family tree in the Museum’s National Family Registry.

Members $5, non-members $9 includes Museum admission. Reservations required.

Sunday, January 19, 1997
1:00 PM—3:00 PM

Making Manju Rice Cakes

Japanese American Cuisine Series Lecture/Demonstration

Third generation confectionary store owner, Brian Kito of Fugetsu-Do in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles will show visitors how to make manju or wagashi (traditional Japanese rice cakes). Although manju is originally from Japan, it has become a Japanese American tradition to serve manju on special occasions.

The business that Kito’s grandfather and father ran is the oldest one in Little Tokyo, having been established in 1903. A visit to the store will be included in the program. Members $5, non-members $9 includes Museum admission. Reservations required. Limited seating available.

Saturday, January 18, 1997
1:00 PM—3:00 PM

Any Occasion Thank You Cards

Craft class with instructor Ryoko Shibata. Make thank you cards for any occasion using the art of origami (paper folding) and kiri-e (paper cutting).

Members $5, non-members $9 includes Museum admission. Reservations required by January 15.

Sunday, January 12, 1997
1:00 PM—3:00 PM

Nature Prints: Winter Designs

Craft class with instructor Kimiyo Miura. Create original designs on fabric using real flowers and leaves. Bring in a pre-washed t-shirt, apron or other clothing and an assortment of leaves and flowers.

Members $5, non-members $9 includes Museum admission. Reservations required.

 

 

 

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