Deaf students' works exhibited at Kuraray Tokyo office

January 16, 2012

The Kuraray Tokyo head office, as a part of philanthropy activities, is exhibiting the art works of students of the School for the Deaf, University of Tsukuba (Ichikawa-shi, Chiba) in the Kuraray Tokyo head office from January 16 till January 27.

Modeling works, such as pictures, posters, textiles, etc. which the students made, are exhibited in the visitor space.

The school is the only national school for the deaf in Japan that attracts Deaf students across the country who completed the high school program in order to study more technical knowledge.

The school had an idea to provide the chance with the students to contact with society ready to work as well as present themselves in the public, while the company had groped for the philanthropy activities in the metropolitan area efficiently.

Since 1999 the students' work exhibit and the company tour has been carried out in the company's Tokyo head office. The latter is scheduled for January 20, 2012.

Japanese source:

Kuraray official site (English):

School for the Deaf, University of Tsukuba official site (English):

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