Kiyoshi Yamamoto on Sadako Sasaki and Cranes for Peace

Presentation and Origami Folding
Wednesday, Oct. 25th 6pm
Leidecker Center, Farmer 107B
Paper Provided
The Leidecker Center for Asian Studies presents, “Sadako Sasaki: Cranes for Peace” 2nd Annual Origami Folding Workshop, led by Origami artist and UMW alumnus Kiyoshi Yamamoto. This event is in recognition of the UN International Day of Peace and the Gardens for Peace Initiative. Kiyoshi Yamamoto will discuss the story of Sadako Sasaki, who lived through the Hiroshima bombings and, at age 12, inspired the world via her peace symbol of the origami crane. Fold your own origami crane with instruction. Origami paper will be provided. Wed. Oct. 25th, 6:00 p.m. in James Farmer 107 B (The Leidecker Center for Asian Studies).