A program open to children, including the handicapped, moving hands and bodies in a laid-back, mind-expanding encounter with art. Participants remain the same through all six sessions to create a secure and enjoyable experience.
The program will be conducted in Japanese.
Program open to children, including the handicapped, of elementary school age. (Limited to 20 participants who are able to attend all sessions)
Parents/caregivers are asked to accompany children to the museum; they may stay with children if necessary, but in general the event is “children-only.” Staff and art communicators will be on hand to provide support.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Intercommunication Building 2nd Floor Art Study Room
Takahiro Sugiyama, Associate Professor of Developmental & Clinical Psychology, Shiraume Gakuen University
Museum Start “i-Ueno” Operating Team (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum & Tokyo University of the Arts)
Tel: 03-3823-6921 (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum office)
Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo Culture Creation Project Office (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Tokyo University of the Arts