A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, “Why I HATE ‘How-to-Draw Cartoons’ Books…”
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Mike Saijo vividly recalls the day art changed his life.
“After college I went on a road trip as a ‘carnie,’ a carnival worker, to ...
“Through the power of art, we can connect, share, make sense of our community - and find joy. The art gallery is an essential component providing ...
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He produced an incredible amount of work in the camps. There were two different paintings that I wanted to ask you about ...
“I think that as a child, I feel that I was protected because my parents and their friends and my grandparents never really spoke about ...
I had a chance to sit down and talk with filmmaker Tad Nakamura about his newest documentary Mele Murals and its L.A. Premiere, co-presented ...
At the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto there is a rare exhibition of tattoo art by the late artist and teacher Aba Bayefsky (1923 ...
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EDITOR’S NOTES: In the 1930s, a group of Japanese immigrants settled in an area of Brazil called Aliança with the intention of establishing ...
Fifteen years after its 2001 release, the award-winning documentary film Toyo Miyatake: Infinite Shades of Gray will be screened at the Japanese American National Museum ...
His gaze conceals a reality that he has transformed into art. Eduardo Tokeshi, born in Lima in 1960, emanates a sense of imperturbable calm that ...
Japanese American National Museum
World War II
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