MAY 29th, SATURDAY, 11 am -5 pm
A Community Benefit for the Japanese American National Museum

Join us in celebration of Asian, Pacific Island, and Native American cultures through performance, documentary, and more! This event is free with museum admission. $9 general admission, $5 for students, youth, and seniors. Children under 5 are free.

Event in the Aratani Central Hall includes:
Film ‘From Bento to Mixed Plate’, Japanese dance group LA Beat, Native American film ‘Crossing the Rainbow Bridge: Our Story’ with a lecture by Kat High (Filmmaker and Director of Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center), Film ‘Reaffirmation and Discovery: The First Pow-Wow on Hawaii’, Kawalea Polynesian Dance Group (Eagle Rock), and many more!

Other activities in Central Hall
Ruthie’s Origami Corner
Lei making activity

12pm to 2pm Food samples by Aloha Café
2pm Tateuchi Forum: Korean War Veterans Panel

All day activities- Last chance to see our Textured Lives exhibit
Tour the Mixed Kids exhibit
Take a guided tour of Common Ground with museum docents

More info coming soon!

After the month of May the film series will be taking a hiatus, due to major funding restraints.