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Current Workshops

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Please book your visit at least two weeks in advance using our online form or by contacting our School Art Program Coordinator, Melanie Devoy at

Sept 29 – November 17, 2019 (closed Nov 11-15 for rehearsals)
Cindy Mochizuki: Cave to Dream
Jon Sasaki: We first need a boat for the rising tide to lift us

These two exhibitions explore the artists’ connection to Japanese culture. Cindy Mochizuki’s interactive installation examines the passage of time and the power of dreams through four stories drawn from Japanese folklore. Jon Sasaki references the experiences of his Japanese-Canadian grandparents through a performance piece in which he attempts to build a boat while immersed in the waters of Steveston harbor.

Gallery Tour & Art Workshop
Using traditional Japanese techniques and mixed media materials students will create an artwork that explores personal histories, family stories, and shared cultural mythologies such as fairy tales and folklore. Tour and workshop adapted for age and grade level.

Curriculum Connections: Art, Applied Design, Skills and Technology, Language Arts, Social Studies

Above: Jon Sasaki, We First Need a Boat for the Rising Tide to Lift Us, performance still, 2019