The “Last Samurai” exhibition in Cyprus

The Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR), the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Camera Industry Institute present the photographic exhibition entitled, “Last Samurai: Tokugawa Shogun Missions Overseas”, which opened its doors on February 18th in Cyprus.

Within the framework of this temporary exhibition, museum educators are holding a special educational programme, which includes activities like: treasure hunt, narration of Japanese legends and an “Oregami” workshop.

By their participation in this programme the students will have the opportunity:

  • To learn about the history of Japan
  • To learn about the cultural , religious, political and social background of Japan
  • To study the Japanese traditional costumes
  • To understand the importance of visual arts in the study of a historical period in time
  • To enjoy themselves in the museum

All the above activities have a playful character and are free of charge. The programme will take place from February 18th until 5th of March, 2016 at the CVAR premises on 285 Ermou street in Nicosia-Cyprus.
SOURCE: Embassy of Japan/CVAR
PHOTO: Embassy of Japan