Tsukishima Art School teams up with Da Vinci House to hold the "Poem exhibition by Marc Chagall" - the Great East Japan Earthquake Children Support program-. This special exhibition was curated to raise money and provide aid for the children who survived from the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Museum at Tamada Project is making humanitarian assistance through art. This project, named ‘Sunshine Art Project’, aims to support victims of 3.11 earthquake, as well as artists and therapists working with children in earthquake afflicted areas.
When the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown struck northern Japan on March 11, 2011, resulting in 15,000 deaths and 8,200 people still missing, I felt powerless to do something to help my homeland. Sending money was the only thing I could think of, through a relief fund set up by the Japan Society in New York.
As a mean of bridgeing fine art and society, we planed to donate 50% of admissions to "Medecins du Monde" and "TOKYO ART BEAT". We are donating 285,475 JPY as total, and hosting "Donors' Night"on Auguest 4th