Shusoku-Convergence Web Project

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Shusoku-Convergence is an online art project with two components, which are a website (www.shusoku-convergence.com) and online workshops that bring together Japanese and Filipino artists with the audiences/participants in the Philippines and Japan.  The project aims to connect the people from both countries through art during the new normal.  

The website www.shusoku-convergence.com was launched on December 30, 2020, and then two workshops were conducted with Japanese artists Oruha and Ayaka Yasukouchi on two separate dates via Zoom. 

 

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On January 11, Mandala Artist Oruha (Yuko Murakami) taught the participants to make a mandala on Black Paper, using colored gel pens. The session ran for almost two hours. 

On January 29, Ayaka Yasukouchi conducted a workshop on collage. Many children participated in this workshop and enjoyed the process of making a collage from paper works and collaborative storytelling weaving the works into one story. 

 

 

Balud Art Network

Balud Art Network

Balud Art Network

Balud Art Network