Saturdays With MAM November

November 21

A monthly bundle of new activities to explore and experience the museum from home! Includes an art-making activity and a new Embodied Engagement video. In November, the focus exhibition will be Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii.  This powerful show features a comprehensive visual record of Takuichi Fujii ((1891–1964), a Japanese man forcibly incarcerated during World War II at the Minidoka Relocation Center in southern Idaho. 

[image: Takuichi Fujii (1891–1964), Minidoka, mess hall abstraction, n.d., ink on paper, collection of Sandy and Terry Kita, image courtesy of Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, copyright the artist.]


1. Embodied Engagement

 Kate Crouch from Mind Your Self will lead us through a mindful movement and observation of a piece featured in the exhibition Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii.  



2. Saturday Family Worksheet

In lieu of MAM's popular Saturday Family Workshops, we are providing an easy-to-follow art-making worksheet. These are designed to use materials found at home like paper, pencils, and pens. Click here to download!


3. FREE tour of MAM!

If you feel comfortable coming to the museum, we welcome you to join us for a socially-distanced FREE tour of the galleries at 11 AM! Led by a MAM staff member. Registration requested. Learn more here.


**BONUS** Watch this exclusive interview with Barbara Johns, the curator of the exhibit!

See past Saturdays with MAM:

Price: Free!