FUKUSHIMA CHILDREN - Charity Art Event

FUKUSHIMA CHILDREN - Charity Art Event

 

Charity Event for the children and family refugees of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Creative arts of ceramics, painted driftwood sculptures, healthy local food, and fun games.

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COSMIC SEED - Community Art

COSMIC SEED - Community Art

Cosmic Seed – Wa & En, is a public commissioned park sculpture commemorating the village of Misato in Mei-prefecture, Japan. Hand formed concreted encircled with river rocks that were painted by the public participants.

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ANIMAL SPIRITS - Kid's Club Clay Day

ANIMAL SPIRITS - Kid's Club Clay Day


Animal Spirits – Kid’s Club Clay Day. Finished ceramics created by a group 4 to 6-year-olds from Kosei Elementary school, Yasato, Japan.

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PAINTED DREAMS - Illuminated totems

PAINTED DREAMS - Illuminated totems


 On this adventure, large sheets of cotton cloth were painted on by groups of little artists at a local kindergartner. The Children’s paintings were stretched onto 4-meter columns and illuminated from the inside for a Children’s Summer Festival in Japan.

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KODOMOEN - Children's Art Workshop

KODOMOEN - Children's Art Workshop


This is what happens when you place a group of preschool children on the floor with large sheets of vinyl cloth paper together with handfuls of colorful crayons and markers.

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CLAY DAY - Kids Art Club

CLAY DAY - Kids Art Club


See what fun can be had when you give a group of elementary kids and their parents playing together with clay. Koisei Elementary School, Japan.

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KURISU DESU - Kosei Elementary School

KURISU DESU - Kosei Elementary School


This week’s Kids Club art session, we challenge this group of 1st graders at the Koisei elementary school to draw Chris. Kurisu Desu (this is Chris), what a laugh we all had!

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HISEI-YAMA - Community Arts Support

HISEI-YAMA - Community Arts Support


For the physically and mentally challenged, a blank white canvass can be a little scary. So for this session of community arts support, we had the residents of Hisei-Yama paint on yellow canvases.

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PAINTED DREAM CATCHER - Children's Summer Festival

PAINTED DREAM CATCHER - Children's Summer Festival


A group of 88 elementary school and kindergarten children was asked to paint their dreams on cotton sheets for a large illuminated dream catcher commissioned for a summer festival in Japan.

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PAINTED MASKS - Little Sensei

PAINTED MASKS - Little Sensei


Sunday art fun at xenovision’s studio. Today’s creative play session, this group of Little Sensei (little teacher) designed and painted their own masks.

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