Shannon Gee, Randy Eng, Stephen Thomas Cavit, and Lawrence Matsuda won Emmy Awards from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). They won for the Seattle Channel feature, “An American Hero: Shiro Kashino,” for excellence in the historic/cultural program category. The piece, about a World War II veteran who […]
University of Washington alumnus and poet Lawrence Matsuda recently released, “Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner,” in collaboration with artist Roger Shimomura. The book contains 38 poems about Minidoka, a Japanese concentration camp during World War II where Matsuda was born, after the war, friends and family, and the Fukushima disaster. There are four existing paintings […]
The Executive Development Institute (EDI), in partnership with Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), is sponsoring the fourth annual Leadership Together Conference on Oct. 12. The conference is a one-day leadership training program targeting APA professionals, but open to all.
The Cornish College of the Arts Board of Trustees confirmed four new trustees, Jody Cunningham, Donna James, Lawrence Matsuda, and Marc Schwarz. Matsuda has a doctorate in education from the University of Washington. He has been a junior high language arts teacher, university counselor, state level administer, K-6, K-8, and middle school principal, assistant superintendent, […]
The Day of Remembrance is an annual observance of the signing of Executive Order 9066 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt