This guide is intended for use by teachers of upper elementary, middle and high school students in preparation for visiting KYOTOGRAPHIE 2017. Please use this education program to prepare your students for visiting the exhibitions at KYOTOGRAPHIE and to build upon their learning after your visit.
KYOTOGRAPHIE School Competition 2017 is open to all schools in Japan and to students of all ages. Through this competition KYOTOGRAPHIE invites the children to explore their own interpretation of our theme “LOVE” in a photograph.
What I love? Who I love? How I love?
Love & Peace, Love & Tolerance, Love & Difference, Love & War, Love & Family, Love & Hate
Love of Place, Love of Nature, Love of Country, Love of Culture, etc…
Saturday May 13th, Two grand winners were awarded FUJI’s new digital camera, the FUJIFILM FINEPIX XP120.
Reiou Tada “Friendship forever”
(Takakura Elementary school, Class 2, grade 5)
Yumi Hirooka “Til death do us part”
(Doshisha International School Kyoto, grade 9)
2017 KYOTOGRAPHIE School Competition Jury is composed of:
Lucille REYBOZ: Co-Founder / Co-Director of KYOTOGRAPHIE.
Sae SHIMAI: Director of KG+.
Laura DORTMANS: IB MYP-DP Visual Arts Educator, Head of Fine Arts at Canadian Academy.
Lauren HADLER: Exhibition Production & Education Program Director at KYOTOGRAPHIE.