A Japan-themed afterschool club for Year 7 students in Blyth for the Spring Term, with Japanese language and arts and craft activities. Alongside a special afternoon of raku firing with an expert potter.
E. A. Hornel From Camera to Canvas Exhibition Events Programme
A series of online workshops and talks to coincide with the exhibition 'E. A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas' at the Edinburgh City Art Centre.
The Spider’s Thread
A filmed paper theatre piece complimented by online workshops and a talk, based on a short story by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, created by Puppeteer and Theatre Maker, Aya Nakamura.
Rabbit Miners and Coal-Picking Women: The Mining Art of Sakubei Yamamoto
A unique exhibition of ink drawings and watercolour paintings by Sakubei Yamamoto displayed around the coal mine at the Big Pit National Coal Museum in Pontypool, Wales.
Promoting Culture & Diversity through STEAM & Digital
Activities enabling a group of young people in Belfast to try new things and learn about both traditional and contemporary Japanese culture.
A Celebration of Pontypool and Japan
A week of events introducing the local community to aspects of Japan and Japanese culture, celebrating the unique relationship between Japan and the town of Pontypool and the world-famous Pontypool Japan tinware.