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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Earlier today I received my email from Mr. Paul Kikuchi, who answered my questions which I interviewed him about. For those who do not know him, he is a professional artist who works with percussion styled instruments to create music. To … Continue reading
I’m baaaack~ I asked Mugi 7 questions and if you scroll down, you’ll see it. I have to tell you, you’ll be interested in how she answers them. They are word for word and before I forget, here’s ANOTHER link! … Continue reading
By Michelle News Alert! I’ll be working along side (actually, learning from) an artist, Mugi Takei. From what I know, we’re going to have some kind of poetry and/or drawing unit. She’s an exceptional artist who has experimented with various … Continue reading
By Michelle Earlier this week, my friends and I went to check out a store named Momo back in china town. I’ve never once set foot in there, although I did know that Momo meant Peach in Japanese! Alas, there … Continue reading
By John. YouthCAN is proud to introduce one of the teaching artists for YouthCAN’s 2011 Summer Studio: Paul Kikuchi. Mr. Kikuchi was born in Indianola, WA, where there as a youth, played in his own rock band. He decided to … Continue reading
The Seattle Youth Commission application is now online at http://seattle.gov/syc*. The Commission exists to represent the interests of teenagers directly to local elected officials, and it presents a great opportunity for young people to engage directly with decision-makers on issues … Continue reading
By Brian. On April 15th, 2011 Mike O’ Brien visited Youthcan to talk about his life as he went through high school, becoming a city council member, and what he did to help out the environment of Seattle. Mr. O’ … Continue reading