Teacher Workshop: Cultural Legacies: Transmitting Knowledge and Preserving Traditions

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When: Nov 2 2018 (All day) until Nov 3 2018 (All day)
Where: John A. Burns Hall, 1601 East-West Road (corner Dole St. & East-West Rd.)
What:

A workshop for K-12 teachers will be held on Friday, Nov. 2, 5:30-8:30pm and Saturday, Nov. 3, 8:30am-5:30pm at East-West Center, John A. Burns Hall. 

Following the theme, Cultural Legacies of Hawai‘i, programming will include: presentations by practitioners/scholars; curriculum lessons; a guided East-West Center Gallery tour; a performance-demonstration; and a historical/cultural fieldtrip of Chinatown. The workshop is connected thematically to the current East-West Center Gallery Exhibition: “Capturing a Legacy: Four Generations of Nepalese Photographers.” The exhibit tells the story of the legacy of the Chitrakar family as artists and visual documentarians, who have captured key moments in Nepal’s history through the lens of four generations of photographers. 
 
Support for neighbor island teacher airfare and lodging available. Space is limited.
 
Register by October 19th.  Fee: $10 
The Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (PAAC) is handling workshop registration. Click here to find out how to register.
 

Co-sponsored by the East-West Center Arts Program and the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (PAAC)