Brea features her 3 favorite Japanese crafts: boro & sashiko, kogin, and shibori with examples and resources.
Shintani explores her identity as an artist, Japanese American, daughter & woman by focusing on the history of American Concentration Camps.
Ano addresses justice, racial prejudice & civil rights in her art to keep internment camp stories alive & highlight their relevance.
Discover the many steps & delicate process of installing art exhibits we borrow.
Nakashima’s work for this exhibit was influenced by his extended family being sent to Minidoka and Tule Lake American Concentration Camps.
Artist Maruyama transitioned from making traditional craft objects into the realm of social justice with a focus on Japanese incarceration.
Fujii’s art is based on her life experiences, with an emphasis on an ongoing inquiry into her Japanese American roots.
Takigawa uses historical family photographs with natural artifacts, objects & documents to create still-life images.
Roger Shimomura talks about the Japanese American experience, his life & his artwork.
Discover artists who have elevated quilting to an art form creating quilts that tell stories with imagery.
Brea suggests a variety of artsy crafty ways to beat the winter blahs & draw inspiration from nature.
Delve into the coziness and creativity of artsy crafty fiber projects.