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Gasa Gasa Girl Goes to Camp: The Watercolors and Words of Lily Yuriko Nakai Havey
In this newly published memoir, Lily Havey combines storytelling, watercolor and personal photographs to recount her youth in two Japanese American prison camps during World War II. Through short vignettes (snapshots of people, recreated scenes and events) she shares her memories of becoming a teenager inside these camps. Vintage photographs reveal the historical, cultural and familial contexts of that growth and of the Nakai family's dislocation.
This lecture is sponsored by the Utah
Free; $3 suggested donation
650 North 1100 East, Logan, UT 84322
NEHMA has a limited number of free parking spaces located just north of the Performance Hall. Please park in stalls labeled “Museum Visitor” and notify visitor services upon your arrival. See the map below for additional parking options and note that USU lots are strictly enforced until 5PM. With few exceptions, USU lots are generally open to all on weekends. Public Transportation: ride Cache Valley Transit routes 1, 4 or CVN to visit NEHMA. Use the Fine Arts stop (eastbound) or Richards Hall (westbound) on E 700 N and walk toward the Performance Hall. Visit www.cvtdbus.org for more information.