Reading Together 2010 Exhibits

Featured exhibits of artwork and historic photographs that help deepen our understanding of themes presented in Snow Falling on Cedars.

Historic Photographs and Artwork

Exhibits are free and open to the public during normal open hours.

February 5 - 20, Portage District Library

Children’s Art from Shiga, Japan 

art-from-shiga-0039-72.jpgThis traveling exhibition features artwork by children in Shiga, Japan: 17 paintings, 11 ceramic works, 11 photo panels of children and 5 posters of scenes from Shiga.


March 5 - April 14, Central

For the Sake of the Children (Kodomo No Tame Ni)  

sake-72See the exhibition that inspired David Guterson to write Snow Falling on Cedars. Four generations of Japanese Americans on Bainbridge Island are documented in photographs.


March 5 - April 14, Central

“Go for Broke!” — Images of the 442nd    

442nd-2008-v03-p09-01-72.jpgImages of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team from the National Archives. The largest Nisei unit during WWII, the 442nd is the most decorated combat unit of its size in the history of the United States Army.