Presented by Nikkei Australia With Cowra Musical & Dramatic Society & Cowra Council
Produced by Mayu Kanamori
EVIDENCE: The fate of an Okinawan Internee from New Caledonia
Opening Reception March 6th Thursday 5:30
Exhibition continues until 23 March. Daily 8:30-5 pm
Location: Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre, Binni Creek Road, Cowra
Performed with Ria Soemardjo, Graham Apthorpe and Peter Reeves
Fri March 7th, 5:45 pm
Location: Cowra Civic Centre, Upstairs Theatre, Darling St, Cowra
Performed with Shigeki Sano and Community Youth Artists
Sun March 9th Immediately following Civilian Internment Interpretive Board Unveiling & Commemorative Service (10 – 11 AM) Location: Japanese War Cemetery, Doncaster Drive, Cowra
Guinness Book Record Holder for origami crane folding, artist Hiromi Ashlin from the Happy Bird Project visited Cowra in March 2014 as part of the Cowra Canowindra Community / Civilian Internment Arts Project and conducted a series of origami crane folding workshops.
* Gamelan Man and Ceremonial Performance are results of community arts workshops: Cowra Canowindra Arts Project.
AI, Chaco Kato, Cheryl Speechley, Chie Muraoka, Colin Menzies, David, Dik Mayhew, Emi Otsuji, Frederic Dart, Hiroe Swen, Hiromi Ashlin,Hugh Cann,Ian Glass, Junko Hirabayashi, Kazuyo Kitada, Kikuko Ota, Linda Luke, Lisa Gervasoni, Michele Elliot, Midori Furze, Sala Sawada, Tokiko Kiyota, Tony Lewis, Tracey Callinan, Yumi Umiumare, and many others who have chosen No Rewards or to be Anonymous.