「Tribal Kids’Eyes」のお知らせ 11月24日〜11月30日まで

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One of minority tribal groups of Thailand called'Karen'is living in North Thailand. Karean villages are widely located around mountains in north Thailand. There is one of villages called 'Musekee' which Karean people confront issues like poverty, discrimination to tribal people, HIV/AIDS and human trafficking.
This summer, two artists Nao MURAKAMI and Miwa TOSAKI visited there, and took many photos and recorded scenes of lives of Musekee. And also, they helped kids living there to take photos with cameras by themselves. MURAKAMI×TOSAKI recommended and advised kids to find out something favorite of them and take those as photos.
This exhibition is composed by professional artists’ photos and kids’ ones. Please come and enjoy close-session of each style of photos and natural senses of kids.

「Tribal Kids’Eyes」のお知らせ 11月24日〜11月30日まで

Open Days
24 November(Mon)-30 November(Sun)
 
2 p.m.-7p.m.
Places
Latitude☆P(3 minutes walking from No.2 exit of Yotsuyasanchome Station Marunouchi metro-subway line)

300 YEN
Entrance Charge
 
Contact
tenohira_ycatip@hotmail.co.jp
Co-presented
by NPO Prism Scope Film×Tenohira-action against trafficking in persons
Sponsored
Think Net Pro Inc.

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Title
Activities of Baan Sabaay– A shelter for AIDS patients in Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand
 
 
Day
29 November(Sat) 3p.m.-5p.m.
Place
Latitude☆P
Guest Speaker
Ms. Ayano Hayakawa(Director of NGO Baan Sabaay)
 
 
Participate Fee
800 YEN(Including Drink Charge)

I am sorry, the text posted in the gallery is not translated into English. Moreover, there is not a simultaneous interpreter in the talk show either.