Education

Education

The Morikami Museum offers a variety of educational programs for all ages, providing informative and unique experiences in learning Japanese culture through classes, workshops, lectures, family programs, cultural demonstrations, and educational outreach. In addition, gallery talks, discussions, videos and film showings are held in conjunction with the lecture series and exhibits, enhancing and adding a new dimension to the educational programming. For a complete listing of programs, please click here for our calendar of events.
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CLASSES   WORKSHOPS   SPEAKER SERIES
       
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 FAMILY PROGRAMS   EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH   CULTURAL DEMONSTRATIONS
         
         
EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS

Create something fun with the family! Join us for Family Fun Kirigami on August 9, 2014, and learn the art of kirigami, paper decoration that you cut with scissors. FREE with paid museum admission.

Join us for Family Fun Day - Fish Printing on Saturday, September 13, 2014. Learn to make gyotaku, or traditional Japanese fish print using real fish! FREE with paid admission.

Learn how to read and write Japanese with our 2-day intensive Japanese Reading and Writing Workshop on September 20 & 27, 2014. This workshop covers the two Japanese alphabets Hiragana and Katakana, greetings and basic phrases. More information here.

How do you where a kimono? Learn how to wear the casual cotton kimono, yukata, often worn to festivals. Sign-up for this hands-on workshop, Kitsuke: The Art of Kimono Dressing on September 27, 2014. Find out more here.