Workshop: Youth from Multicultural Backgrounds and Self-expression

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Workshop: Youth from Multicultural Backgrounds and Self-expression


An instructor from the Immigration Museum in Melbourne, Australia, will introduce practical examples of how cultural and artistic expression has been used to encourage diversity in multiethnic Australia. In addition, an artist (novelist) from an immigrant background will discuss, from personal experience, how self-expression can contribute to the empowerment of young people of ethnic minorities. An artist will also present a workshop on self-expression for multicultural youth. Limited to 50 places, determined on a first-in, first-served basis.

When: Sun. 21 Apr. (13:30 – 17:30)

Where: Nagoya International Center 5F Conference Room 1

Cost: Free

Applications: Visit, or contact the NIC Exchange and Cooperation Division by e-mail, phone, or via the online form here, by Thu. 18 Apr.

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