Seeking participants for “Immigration Museum TOKYO”
How are Japanese cities and the lives of Japanese people reflected in the eyes of foreigners living in Japan?
What is the most difficult while adapting to a new life in Japan?
Have you ever wondered such things above?
“I’ve acquired some new living habits in Japan.” “This one custom from my country, I am not willing to give up.” “Japanese are very interesting in some ways but also strange and amusing in other…”
Has any of these thoughts occurred to you?
“Immigration Museum TOKYO” (abbreviated IMM) is a project for introducing and sharing different cultures of foreigners living in Japan. How would you like to take part in the creation of artworks using interesting firsthand accounts of experiences and difficulties faced by foreigners in Japan?
We invite anyone to join us who are interested in how foreigners express little moments of uneasiness or awkwardness.
If you would like a chance to share your thoughts on Japan with Japanese people,
or wish to witness your own story being made into an artwork,
or just would like to participate because you are intrigued,
you are welcome to join!
Over the age of 16
able to attend monthly meetings after August
Able to attend kick off meeting on Saturday, August 2, 2014
<Participant information session >
Friday, June 20, 2014
at 18:30 – 20:30 / OPEN 18:00
Tokyo University of the Arts Senju campus, Lecture room 4(1-25-1 Senju, Adachi-ku, Tokyo)
Access: 5 minutes walk from Kitasenju Station
Admission Fee: Free
<Kick Off meeting>
Saturday, August 2, 2014
at 13:00 – 15:00 / OPEN 12:30
Tokyo University of the Arts Senju campus, Lecture room 1
Admission Fee: Free
July 31, 2014
<How to apply / Contact>
[Call] 03-6806-1740 (Between 13:00 and 18:00, except on Tuesdays and Thursdays)
[Email] Please write “IMM Application for participation” or “IMM Participant information session” in the subject heading and email the following information to email@example.com: Your name, phone number, and your native language
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