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

NI DO TO: a Creative Reflection is installed as part of NI DO TO, one of three components of the Sankei project, presented by Georgia Tech Arts and created in collaboration with a team of partners led by KAMBARA+. Learn more about the Sankei project.

NI DO TO: a Creative Reflection was created by a team of designers: Karin Myint, Jerushia Graham, Yayoi Kambara, Courtney Ozaki, and Onur Topal-Sümer.

Japanese American Stories and History - A Student Reflection Project, a component of the Creative Reflection, was created in collaboration between Ida Yoshinaga, assistant professor at Georgia Tech School of Literature, Media, and Communication, students from professor Yoshinaga's class LMC 4813/8803 “Special Topics: Oral Traditions to Screenplay,” and Yayoi Kambara.  Design consulting from Jerushia Graham and Japanese paper designs from the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.  Georgia Tech undergraduates and graduate students who contributed fortunetellers for this exhibit, based on their research into the Densho Digital Archive: Kara Kanter, Ian Campbell, Brianna Brown, Bryan Rocha, Alexis Mellott, Charles Key, and Anjelica Jones.

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