Make an Identity Accordion-Zine
Pen a Pantoum
Learn about the form of poetry called the pantoum and then write one of your own!
Space Sculpture Inspired by Afruz Amighi’s My House, My Tomb
In this activity, you will create your own “space sculpture” out of found objects, light, and shadow.
Pattern Recognition: Activity Packet
In this packet, you will engage with Wofford’s mural, learn about different Asian cultures and identities, and celebrate Asian American artists from the San Francisco Bay Area. With what you’ve learned and researched, you will then create your own patterns in a digital collage art project.
Ernie Kim: Korean Americans and World War II
To understand the contributions of Korean American soldiers during World War II.
Kay Sekimachi: Incarceration Camp and Identity
Lesson: Compare and contrast experiences between Kay Sekimachi and the characters of When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka during Relocation and the Internment Camps to draw themes about the treatment of American and Japanese cultures and the erasure of individuality during World War II.
Kay Sekimachi and Family Traditions
Lesson: Students will take inspiration from Sekimachi and write a short essay on the cultures, celebrations, and traditions that represent them. They will then create a poster, slideshow, or video that illustrate your essay.