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  • Youth
    Studio Program
    June 10, 2013
    10 am–3 pm

    Against the backdrop of SVMA's summer exhibitions, youth ages 10–15 spend a week at SVMA blending two artistic disciplines: visual art and creative writing.

    Notes:

    Tuition per workshop: $350

    $295 (SVMA family members)

     

  • Public
    Educational Program
    May 28, 2013
    2–4 pm

    Ann Wiklund leads this small-group seminar, which examines the full range of Roger Shimomura’s paintings and lithographs dealing with his family’s incarceration at Minidoka, Idaho during World War II.

    Notes:

    $45 SVMA members

    $55 General Public

    Shadows of Minidoka book ($25) included

  • Public
    Educational Program
    April 23, 2013 | May 21, 2013 | June 25, 2013
    April and May, 2–4 pm; June, 10 am-3 pm

    Join us for this three-part series as Ann Wiklund looks at artists who consider the natural environment. Series concludes with an excursion to Paradise RIdge Winery and Sculpture Garden.

    Related Exhibitions:

    Notes:

    SVMA members $80

    General Public $95

    includes lunch on June 25

  • Public
    Event
    May 17, 2013
    5–7 pm

    Don't miss the opening reception for Minidoka on Young Minds, this year's exhibition of works from the Art Rewards The Student program!

    Related Exhibitions:

    Notes:

  • Public
    Educational Program
    May 9, 2013 | May 16, 2013
    5:30–7 pm

    Award-winning poet Jodi Hottel will offer a two-part writing workshop, using Roger Shimomura’s imagery as a touchstone.

    Notes:

    $35 SVMA Members

    $40 General Public

  • Public
    Educational Program
    May 9, 2013 | May 16, 2013
    5:30–7 pm

    Award-winning poet Jodi Hottel will offer a two-part writing workshop, using Roger Shimomura’s imagery as a touchstone.

    Notes:

    $35 SVMA Members

    $40 General Public

  • Public
    Educational Program
    April 27, 2013
    2 pm

    Members of the Sonoma County Japanese American Citizens League share historical accounts and personal experiences about life in the Japanese American concentration camps during WWII.

    Notes:

    $7 SVMA and JACL members

    $10 General Public (includes museum admission)

  • Public
    Educational Program
    April 24, 2013
    7 pm

    Join director Eric Paul Fournier and Ken Korematsu for a special screening of this award-winning documentary that tells the story of Oakland, CA native Fred Korematsu’s long, remarkable journey from being a fugitve from justice to the recipient of the 1998 Medal of Freedom, awarded by President Bill Clinton.

    Notes:

    $10 SVMA members

    $15 General Public

  • Public
    Educational Program
    April 23, 2013 | May 21, 2013 | June 25, 2013
    April and May, 2–4 pm; June, 10 am-3 pm

    Join us for this three-part series as Ann Wiklund looks at artists who consider the natural environment. Series concludes with an excursion to Paradise RIdge Winery and Sculpture Garden.

    Related Exhibitions:

    Notes:

    SVMA members $80

    General Public $95

    includes lunch on June 25

  • Public
    Educational Program
    April 15, 2013
    6 pm

    Ann Wiklund examines Shimomura’s career and its many other twists and turns as he delves into the history of art and in particular the anti-Asian sterotypes in American visual culture.

    Notes:

    $15 SVMA members

    $20 General Public

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