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What is the "Young Historians, Living Histories" Grant?
The Riverside Metropolitan Museum has been chosen as one of ten recipients of the Young Historians, Living Histories Grant funded by the Smithsonian Institution. The grant is a collaborative educational program drawing on an exhibit at the Smithsonian’s Asian Pacific American Center to work with underserved youth from Asian Pacific American communities. The goal of the program is to encourage young historians to explore and better understand the history and culture of the Asian Pacific American community while learning to utilize new technology. Program partners include: Center for Asian American Media, Riverside Chapter of Japanese American Citizens League,and professors and undergraduate students of Cultural Anthropology at University of California, Riverside.
December 5th Arts Walk will
feature projects created as a result of the Asian Pacific
American "Young Historians, Living Histories" Program
|Young Historians, Living Histories is funded by the Smithsonian Institution's Youth Access Grants program managed by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access. The project is led by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, in partnership with Smithsonian Affiliations|
3580 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 826-5273
|Closed for Innovation|
8193 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92504
Open Sept (1st weekend after labor day) to June.
***PLEASE NOTE*** Heritage House will be closed for summer early this year starting June 18, 2018. The house will reopen on its normal date on September 7, 2018.
|Monday - Thursday||Closed|
|Friday - Sunday||Open at 12:00 pm -
Last Tour at 3:15 pm
|Closed Major Holidays|
|Not Open to the Public|