Japan Workshops in 2017

In 2017, Japan Desk Scotland will run workshops on Japan at various places in Scotland and beyond.  The workshops from January to March were supported by the grant from the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

● 23 January: ‘Japanese Club’ at Cumbernauld Academy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, on ‘Japan’s monkeys enjoying open-air hot springs’;

● 30 January, 6 February, and 27 February: Hillhead Primary School, Glasgow, Scotland, with Taiko workshops for four P5 classes (twelve workshops in total);

● 8 February: Japan@Strathclyde 2016/17 at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, on ‘Equality and Diversity in Japan’;

● 20 February: ‘Japanese Club’ at Cumbernauld Academy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, on ‘Japan’s traditional arts’;

● 22 February: Japan@Strathclyde 2016/2017 at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, with ‘Glasgow Chai Party’;

● 8 March: Japan@Strathclyde 2016/17 at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, on ‘Fukushima’ with the screening of ‘Fukushima: 2011-2015‘;

● 13 March: ‘Japanese Club’ at Cumbernauld Academy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, on ‘Japan’s architecture’;

● 17 March: New Monkland Primary School, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, for two P7 classes, including the screening of ‘Yawata Primary School‘;

● 3-5 April: Department of Japanese Language and Literature, University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania, for undergraduates and postgraduates, including the screening of ‘Japanese isn’t English‘ (the first-year, the second-year, the third-year undergraduate students and the second-year master’s students) and ‘Fukushima: 2011-2015‘ for the first-year and the second-year master’s students); [Romania]

● 19 April: Japan@Strathclyde 2016/17 at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, on ‘Inclusive Glasgow’ with the screening of ‘Our Scotland: A Japanese perspective‘ and ‘Equality and Equity at Scottish School - Andrew Robson‘;

● 20 and 27 April: Hillhead Primary School, Glasgow, Scotland, with origami workshops with three P1 classes; and

●26 April: Japan@Strathclyde 2016/17 at University of Strathclyde Chaplaincy Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, on ‘Inter-cultural understanding’ with the screening of ‘Japanese isn’t English‘, ‘Equality and Equity at Scottish School – Andrew Robson‘, ‘Hope – Rev Dr Norman Shanks‘ and ‘Christianity is about relationship, hope…Rev Bruce Keeble‘.