Globalization has progressed at such a rate that society has become an ever increasingly smaller place in which to live. From overseas travel, foreign study, to working abroad, international exchange between cultures is now a part of our daily lives.
On the other hand, the divide between Japan and the many countries around the world afflicted by issues of terrorism, public security, and hygiene couldn’t be stronger.
This exhibition is a collection of photographic works taken by Waseda university staff dedicated to relaying images of people and landscapes from 51 countries and regions around the world, including Syria, Namibia, Tuvalu, Colombia and Cuba.
Many of the works feature the smiles of children, which are certain to bring a joy to anyone`s face.
It should be noted that this exhibition follows on from previous exhibitions held at Shimokitazawa in April 2014 and November 2015. This latest exhibition will be the third exhibition of its kind.
We urge all Waseda students, faculties and visitors to show your support by participating in the exhibition.
Administrative staff in Academic & Student Affairs Section in the Center for Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Contact: [email protected]
Photographer’s schedule during this photo exhibition
Flyer (more details)
DATE, TIME & PLACE
Ⅰ. May. 6th – May. 19th 9:00 – 20:00
Waseda Gallery at Building 27 B1 floor
* Main Exhibition
* Closed on Sunday.
Ⅱ. Apr. 29th – May. 19th
Display window at Building 27 1st floor
* Selected photos are displayed.
Tokyo Metro Tozai line, Waseda station (5 min walk)
Streetcar, Arakawa line, Wasoeda station (5 min walk)
Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin line, Nishi-Waseda station (17 min walk)
JR rail Yamanote line / Seibu Railway Seibu Shinjuku line, Takadanobaba station (20 min walk)
Toei Bus service between Takadanobaba station and Sodai-seimon (Waseda University Front Gate), 2 min walk from Sodai-seimon Stop
Cultural Affairs Division,Waseda University
International Community Center, Waseda University