Los Alamos-Japan Institute Director Dr. Judith Stauber with Masahiro Sasaki of Hiroshima. Courtesy photo
Join the Los Alamos-Japan Institute for Culture On Tap Monday, Dec. 10. This event is part of the On Tap series presented by the Los Alamos Creative District and takes place at 5:30 p.m. at UnQuarked Wine Room, 145 Central Park Square in downtown Los Alamos.
The discussion, “Pearl Harbor and Paper Cranes,” is an interactive informal community conversation led by Los Alamos-Japan Institute Director Dr. Judith Stauber and Institute 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 group working to bridge communication across atomic history in Los Alamos, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Kyoto and beyond. Through art, science, history and culture the Institute promotes communication, embraces complexity, fosters intercultural exchange and develops relevant community programs for teens and adults about our shared atomic legacy. Bring your cultural curiosity to this event!
The Los Alamos Creative District is a program of Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation (LACDC); a private, not-for-profit economic and community development organization serving the Los Alamos area since 1983. LACDC serves as the umbrella organization for the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos MainStreet, Discover Los Alamos, Los Alamos Small Business Center, Los Alamos Creative District, projectY cowork Los Alamos, and the Los Alamos Research Park.
The Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation’s mission is to build a vibrant community through a thriving economy by leveraging public and private sector investment to achieve sustainable economic development. LACDC works to drive economic progress by providing services to businesses using its broad portfolio of programs and initiatives.