Heather C. Lindquist

Heather C. Lindquist grew up in the Pacific Northwest not far from the Bellevue blueberry fields that Japanese American families had to abandon when they were removed from the West Coast during World War II. After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in American Studies, Lindquist discovered a love of exhibit planning and writing while serving as an intern at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History. Later applying this experience to developing interpretive exhibits for Manzanar National Historic Site and other National Park Service venues, Heather Lindquist collaborates with her husband, Mark Lindquist, in their media production and exhibit planning company, Harvest Moon Studio. She is a contributing author to Freedom in My Heart, edited by Cynthia Jacobs Carter and published by the U.S. National Slavery Museum in association with National Geographic. Lindquist lives in Los Angeles.

Past Events

San Fernando Valley Japanese American Citizens League: Children’s Day

Sunday May 06 2012   1:00 PM
San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center  12953 Branford St., Pacoima, CA  map

43rd Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage

Sunday Apr 29 2012   10:00 AM
Manzanar National Historic Site  5001 Hwy 395, Independence, CA  map