Japanese Folklore & Pop Culture: Sharing Stories Through Comics

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Students will learn about Japanese Folklore & Pop Culture through the exploration of narratives and folk art.

Description

Students will learn about Japanese Folklore & Pop Culture through the exploration of narratives and folk art. Students will create their own zine comic inspired by tales and stories shared by their families or community.

The program includes a discovery exercise using 3-6 folk art objects, discussion (Q & A), and art activity demonstration.

Program Duration: 45 minutes

This program can be presented in Spanish/Bilingual – If you would like a presentation in Spanish/Bilingual, please note this on the additional comments when requesting the program.

 

Photo Credit: The Earth Spider Conjures up Demons at the Mansion of Minamoto no Raiko, woodblock print by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Asia, Japan, 1843. International Folk Art Foundation Collection, Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe.

 

Additional information

Topic

Art, Culture, Folk Art

Age Group

6th – 8th Grade, Homeschool

Presenter

Museum of International Folk Art

Subject

Art, Language Arts, Social Studies