Culture On Tap: Pearl Harbor And Paper Cranes Oct. 29

LAJI News:


The community is invited to attend the Los Alamos-Japan Institute—Community Conversation, 5:30-7 p.m., Oct. 29 at UnQuarked at 145 Central Park Square.


Culture on Tap: Pearl Harbor and Paper Cranes is an interactive community conversation hosted by Los Alamos-Japan Institute Director Dr. Judith Stauber, LANL Scientist John Hopkins and LAJI Advisory Board Members Anita Barela, Katy Korkos, Betsie Miller-Kusz and Leia Roach.


Los Alamos-Japan Institute is a nonpartisan Los Alamos-based, global community working to bridge communication across atomic history in Los Alamos, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Kyoto and beyond. Through art, science, history and culture, LAJI fosters intercultural exchange and develops interactive community programs for teens and adults.


The Los Alamos-Japan Institute values many voices—scientists, survivors, veterans, peacemakers, artists, and educators to better communicate the complex cultural intersections of shared atomic legacy. Join the conversation! On Tap is an informal discussion series sponsored by Los Alamos Creative District.