Special Events Past Events
Beliz Brother, Mei-ling Hom, and Kim Yasuda: Celebrating U.S. - Japan Creative Artists Exchange Fellowship Program Exhibition Opening Reception
Celebrate the opening of this exciting exhibition. Enjoy inspiring works of art and special live performances by Kinnara Taiko, costumer and performance artist Sha Sha Higby and Christopher Yohmei Blasdel performing on the shakuhachi (Japanese wooden flute). By invitation only.
Aloha Weekend Activities
Saturday–Sunday, March 14–15
11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Experience a little bit of the Aloha spirit as we celebrate the opening of our latest exhibition. Join us as we explore the evolution of Japanese American identity in multicultural Hawai'i through performance, dance, and art. Fun for the entire family.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department.
Becoming a Family Detective
Workshop for Girl Scout Council Badge Requirement
Instructor: Karen Yonemoto
Learn how to trace down your family history and engage in an interactive search to learn about your experiences in an ethnic community. The Museum is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Angeles Girl Scout Council as we will explore the themes of identity, family, and community in a fun and exciting way. A tour of the Museum and scavenger hunt in historic Little Tokyo will add to the adventure while uncovering the impact of minority family struggles in the United States.This workshop is designed specifically for Girl Scout requirements for both the Family Tree and Local Lore badges. Reservation required, fee involved. Please contact the Angeles Girl Cout Council for information and reservations at (213) 933-4700, ext. 119.