Distance Learning

Spotlight on Asian American Art: Toshiko Takaezu

Wednesday, May 1, 2024
12:10 pm–12:40 pm

Recommended for Grades 6–12

Multimedia artist Toshiko Takaezu created ceramics, bronzes, textiles, and paintings that combine American and East Asian traditions. Students learn about the artist’s unique perspective on the relationship between art, craft, and daily life, and then consider how Takaezu’s work engages with her multicultural identity as an Asian American.

Follow the link to preregister for the program with the MFA’s partner Streamable Learning. Teachers wishing to enroll their students may register with their e-mail address and distribute the registration confirmation to students to ensure student privacy. A Streamable Learning account is not required to register for these programs.

*Livestreamed programs utilize Zoom. Attendees are not visible, cannot be heard, and cannot share questions/comments publicly. Questions/comments can be shared with the MFA educator via chat. To access you will be required to download Zoom, which can be done at zoom.us/download.

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