Online JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT ART

Online JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT ART

During WWll Japanese American internees endured with perseverance and dignity, and created beautiful objects from limited resources.  Our virtual field trip combines history with artifacts and asks what would you bring with you if interned, and how and what would you make -- with what is in the room?

Best for ages 9 years +
70-90 minutes


WHAT YOU NEED:
Internet connection

Scissors

Masking, packing, scotch tape

Household objects and rescued recyclables like:

Food containers, egg cartons, cereal boxes, twigs, leaves, old toys or parts, whatever you can gather easily inside and outside, and that can be attached using glue, tape, string, yarn, wire, pipe cleaners, twine...

 

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