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August 21, 2011

EGAKU Workshop for Children and Adults

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July 16, 2011

EGAKU Workshop for Teach for Japan


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March 15, 2011

EGAKU Workshop for Teach for Japan


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June 18, May 14, 2011

EGAKU Workshop for Global Health Leadership Program


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May 3, 2011

Art for Wish : EGAKU Workshop for Children


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April 29, 2011

Art for Wish Supporters EGAKU Workshop


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April 16, 2011

Art for Wish Supporters EGAKU Workshop


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January 22, 2011

One-day art/dialogue workshop on Japan-China Relationship


Organized a one-day art/dialogue workshop targeting
Japanese college students and Chinese students studying in Japan.
 
They drew pictures of "Origin" and then had discussions on
themselves, their countries, and Japan-China relationship.

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2011.1.15

EGAKU Workshop @Takaban elementary school of Meguro ward


Organized an art workshop at MeguroTakaban Elementary School in Tokyo.
24 children, from the first year to the fourth year at the
school, drew pictures of "their hearts."
 
At the end of the two-hour workshop we had 24 pieces of
wonderful artworks, each of which was someone's "heart".
 
An artist Kuni, today's teacher, said hello - For most of
the children, it was the first time to meet an "artist"...
The children learned from Kuni how to appreciate a picture.
They then wrote down what they felt about the picture in
small papers and posted them.
 
The children then learned from Kuni, "None is better or poor
at drawing pictures." They also learned how to use pastels
and how to have images on their "hearts."
 
They thought about how to expand their images on their
"hearts" using shapes and colors. The children then drew
pictures freely using their figures...
 
What is the color of my heart? What is the shape of my
heart? All of them were so focused....shaping and coloring "their hearts".
 
Once completed, the pictures were framed.
The pictures in the frames looked different!
The children appreciated their own pictures and gave titles.
 
Then they appreciated the pictures drawn by their friends
and wrote down what they felt.
 
All the comments were read out.
Each of the participants raised his/her hand when asked "Who drew this picture?"
 
They looked a bit shy but so proud of themselves.
There are various types of "hearts." They are all different, but beautiful and fun.

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