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When Rabbit Left the Moon: Stories of the Past and Present
Film & Video, Talks & Lectures
Free with museum admission
In remembrance of the 75th anniversary of the
incarceration of Japanese Americans in internment camps across the U.S. during
World War II, the museum presents a weeklong exhibition featuring When
Rabbit Left the Moon, the video artwork of filmmaker Emiko Omori. We
welcome Omori, her sister Chizu Omori, psychiatrist Satsuki Ina and artist
Masako Takahashi to share their stories and memories of the past, and what it
means for us in the present day. Deputy Director of Arts & Programs Robert
Mintz will moderate the discussion. We’ll also screen the documentary “9066 to
9/11: America’s Concentration Camps, Then…and Now?” to bring the discussion to
what’s been happening in America since 1942. Stay after for light refreshments
and mingle with the presenters to keep the conversation going.
*Please note time changed to 2 PM.*
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