Join this teen-run community for otakus to watch your favorite anime, enjoy Japanese snacks and learn about Japanese language and culture. Appropriate for teens in grades 7-12. No registration required.
Explore other cultures through food. This month, we’re cooking Moroccan chicken, a healthy and flavorful dish. Appropriate for kids ages 5-12. Space is limited; registration requested. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Young or old, everyone has worries. Learn about the colorful culture of Guatemala through textiles. Participants will learn about weavers, the importance of Huipils and the legend of the worry doll. Make your own worry doll, adding a Huipil, to take home and tell your worries to before you go to sleep. Appropriate for kids ages 4-12 and their caregivers.
Space is limited; registration is requested. Please visit our online calendar to register.
No passport needed for this inter-continental journey. Join us as we kick-off a new series that explores cuisine and culture from around the globe. Each month we’ll be “traveling” to a new country. First up: India. Come prepared to whip-up some delicious eats, learn new things and make new friends.
Explore the intricate and colorful history of mandalas while you make one of your own to take home. Using bright string, pins and corkboards we’ll partake in the meditative art of mandala creation. Part of the new "Taste the World" series!
Learn about the 5,000 year-old practice of mehndi, a body art using dye made from the henna plant. From ancient India to Anythink Perl Mack, j explore the history of mehndi and receive your own henna tattoo from local artist Atisha Pisaña.
Explore other cultures by cooking a new cuisine. This month we’re off to Ecuador, cooking up Locro de Papa, a delicious cheesy potato soup that’s perfect for cold November weather. Appropriate for kids ages 5-12. Space is limited; registration requested. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Learn about the zine medium and its roots, and make a small handmade publication of your own. Come with an idea, story, or strongly held opinion in mind to work from, or collaborate with others to write, draw, collage, and remix something totally different. In this workshop, we will explore the wide variety of uses for this type of self-publishing and see some examples of how others have used it.
Navajo weaving has captivated people for generations, and it’s no wonder why! Join us as we use looms to weave our own symmetrical mini-rugs in the fashion of the Navajo tradition.
Museo de las Americas presents a cultural workshop about the deep-rooted traditions of Día de los Muertos. Join us for this interactive program to celebrate and honor your ancestors and passed loved ones and decorate a sugar skull as a personal remembrance. Appropriate for all ages. Space is limited; registration is required. Please visit our online calendar to register.