Vernissage of an Exhibion called School Diaries of Seta 1944 – 1945

Vernissage of an Exhibion called School Diaries of Seta 1944 – 1945

Photographs taken at the opening of the mutual exhibition project of the Department of Arts of the Faculty of Education and the Institute of Far East of the Faculty of Philosophy called School Diaries of Seta 1944 – 1945. The project presents a unique artistic document about children everyday experience covered by the shadow of the World War II. The Diary shows and expresses 190 days written and artistically expressed by seven girls, pupils of the Japanese basic school of a village named Seta. Exhibition curator Anna Fraser has chosen 35 basic topics characteristic for the five diary authors lead by a young teacher. The artistic and evidence quality of the project is remarkable and extraordinary.


The exhibition was arranged with the support of Museum of History in Óco (Japan), where original works are kept, and Oxford Brookes University. Translation was ensured by doc. Ing. Jan Sýkora, M.A., Ph.D. of the Institute of Far East of the Faculty of Philosophy (Charles University in Prague).  The ambassador of Japan, Mr. Tetsuo Yamakawa participated in the ceremonial opening.








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