This film is one of three events that comprise Sankei. 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.
Out of the Dust is told through ghosts of Manzanar Detention Camp who come to life through the poetry of Janice Mirikitani, the music of Miles Lassi and Paul Chihara, and the Japanese American folk dance “Ei Ja Nai Ka” (lit., “Ain’t it good?”) written by PJ Hirabayashi. After the closing of the camps, who and what memories were left behind in the windy dust-laden desert of Manzanar?
Out of the Dust is a film dedicated to the memory of our friend and collaborator, Japanese American concentration camp survivor Janice Mirikitani.