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Japan has a rich storytelling legacy that has entertained and shared important lessons to generations of Japanese people. Join us at CMOM for a weekend full of activities that explore different forms of storytelling such as puppet performance, woodblock print making and traditional Kamishibai story telling.
Design your own mechanical puppet and work together like traditional Bunraku puppet performers to create your own story!.
Sing, move your body and use your listening ears to hear special stories.
Watch as the story unfolds before your eyes in this traditional form of Japanese storytelling, which dates back to the Twelfth Century. Storyteller Dr. Tara McGowan will take you through an exciting tale, and help you create your own story.
* Due to limited space, this program requires you to sign-up for entry. Sign-up in the lobby one hour before the event.
Blue and green, yellow and red. What colors can you find over head?
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