A collage of squares each with a different photo of a Japanese person, a traditional Japanese paper, or text about Japanese American incarceration camps
DELATED | NI DO TO (Never Again): A Creative Reflection
A space for contemplation and action.


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Tue, Sep 26, 2023 - Fri, Oct 27, 2023

  • Upcoming
    • Tuesday, Sep 26, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Wednesday, Sep 27, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Thursday, Sep 28, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Friday, Sep 29, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Saturday, Sep 30, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Tuesday, Oct 3, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Wednesday, Oct 4, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Thursday, Oct 5, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Friday, Oct 6, 2023, 9am - 6pm
    • Tuesday, Oct 10, 2023, 9am - 6pm

Event Details

This work is one of four installations that comprise NI DO TO: never again. Learn more on our website.

Due to recent flooding in the Ferst Center for the Arts lobby, the opening of NI DO TO and Out of the Dust has been delayed. We are working closely with our operations team to determine a new opening date, and will post updated information here as it is available.

Free and open to the public in the Ferst Center lobby. September 18-October 27, Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed September 30 and October 21.

NI DO TO translated from Japanese to English means “Never Again.”  Please reflect on all that you have experienced and taken in from your journey through this exhibition on the lived experiences of Japanese Americans during World War II. Given what you know, how might you draw from your own experience, introspection, and wisdom to ensure that “never again” will these tragedies, these wrongs of justice, repeat themselves?

Write your reflection on a tag and hang it on the art installation wall as a symbol of your commitment to ensure that these tragedies and injustices will NI DO TO “Never Again” happen.



Ferst Center Lobby
NI DO TO (Never Again): A Creative Reflection Team

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