• Welcome, circa 2000
    Monotype with chine cole 14 x 11 inches
    by Iku Nagai

  • Tenacity, 2013
    by Mark Kitaoka


August 28 – October 30

Rippling through Generations - Stories of the Japanese American Internment

In a world where racial and gender discrimination is widespread, there is a danger of repeating the past. Judy Shintani’s art illuminates family memories and repressed emotions concerning the unjust Japanese American incarceration during WWII. She offers a way to heal and understand historical trauma through art installation, sculpture, and interactive engagement.


Peninsula Museum of Art

Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Korean, Southeast Asian, Himalayan & Central Asian, Islamic & Middle Eastern

The Peninsula Museum of Art enhances the community and enriches lives through art and education, featuring outstanding artists of the Greater Bay Area with exhibitions, art classes for children and adults, special events, and working artist studios.



(650) 692-2101
United States
1777 California Drive, Burlingame, CA 94010


Wednesday – Sunday
11 am–5 pm