Fortunate New Year
Fortunate New Year

Fortune cookies are often found in Chinese restaurants in the United States, but are not a original tradition in China. They were the product of Chinese culture through the lens of consumerism in U.S. Children made paper fortune cookies of their own to wish their loved one's the best luck.

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Rose' Dinner Party
Rose' Dinner Party

Art Alive at MWPAI: Kids work on arts and crafts during the Art Alive event on Oct. 8 at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. This Dinner table was from the still life photography of Rose Marasco who is the first photography instructor in the late 1970s at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute School of Art. Soojin designed the dinner plate craft concept for children as a part of MWPAI Artist in Residency program.

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Sweeticon: Workshop, 2013
Sweeticon: Workshop, 2013

Commonly used emoji expressions were introduced to children before making sweet faces. Children combined sweets from many different cultures to make human facial expressions.

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Fortunate New Year
Fortunate New Year

Fortune cookies are often found in Chinese restaurants in the United States, but are not a original tradition in China. They were the product of Chinese culture through the lens of consumerism in U.S. Children made paper fortune cookies of their own to wish their loved one's the best luck.

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