Edo Avant Garde: How Japan Invented Modern Art – Workshop at SAM

Program Start Date: Jan 20 2020

Location: Seattle, WA

On Monday, January 20, 2020, participants attended a screening of Edo Avant Garde: How Japan Invented Modern Art with director Linda Hoaglund. Following the screening, art historian Melanie King and Linda led a workshop for K-12 teachers, which covered strategies for using the material presented in the film and Japanese art into usable curriculum materials for

Write About Asia Winter 2020

Program Start Date: Mar 7 2020

Location: Seattle, WA

Write about Asia was offered by the East Asia Resource Center at the University of Washington in conjunction with the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s Gardner Center for Asian Art and Ideas.  This series was titled “What is Precious?” and explored arts that revealed ideas of what is precious, as well as precious ephemera and areas of

Catching Your Students with Pokemon: Japanese Popular Culture in the Classroom using NCTA Curriculum

Program Start Date: Nov 25 2019

Location: Missoula, MT

Comments from Participants “One of the strongest points of the program was how we were engaged with online resources, lesson plans, authentic images, great resources and how they connected us back to the classroom.” — anonymous participant “It was nice to learn a little bit about Japan along the way! I really appreciate the context

The Japanese Garden

Program Start Date: Oct 19 2019

Location: Seattle, WA

Comments from Alumni “The presentation were very informative and matched by very thoughtful responses by participants. I have so much materials to pass on to my art teachers colleagues – you have provided so many excellent resources!” — anonymous participant “Pat is a delightful, intelligent, relaxed, kind and flexible presenter. She allowed for contributions and