Create Virtual Tours to Share the Hiroshima Panels Create Virtual Tours to Share the Hiroshima Panels Checking the sound - at the museum shop People who have crossed paths with the Gallery

Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels Foundation

Org #71840
Vetted since 2020
1967
year founded
$12,342
raised on GlobalGiving
5
months fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The activities of the Maruki Gallery For the Hiroshima Panels Foundation center around the permanent preservation and exhibition of the Hiroshima Panels by Iri and Toshi Maruki. These historically and aesthetically significant works are a means of passing down the bitter legacy shared by all humanity. The Gallery advocates for peace and social justice and enriches community life by preserving and exhibiting the paintings of Iri, Toshi and Suma Maruki, and facilitating socially engaged cultural and artistic programming.

Project Leaders
Yumiko Iwasaki
Yumiko Iwasaki
Team
Yukinori Okamura
Organization Information
1401 Shimogarako
Higashimatsuyama, 355-0076
Japan
+81 (0)493-24-8371
Organization Information
1401 Shimogarako
Higashimatsuyama, 355-0076
Japan
+81 (0)493-24-8371

Project Reports

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Nov 24, 2020
Message from the Director and a Sneak-peek of the Virtual Tour!
Greetings from the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels! Today, we would like to share a message from the director, Takashi Arai. He has been working very hard to create this Virtual Tour film. He...
Nov 18, 2020
Introducing Our Virtual Tour Film & Video Project to Gather More Supporters
Greetings from the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels! We hope this finds you well! Throughout this year, we have been meeting with the architects and the art restorer to discuss how to save the...
Oct 6, 2020
Progress Report - Most of the filming is finished!
We are happy to share our progress with you! Our film crew has finished most of the shooting. It was carried out from the end of August until the end of September, mostly at the Maruki Gallery grounds...
 
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