Report 1 "General Meeting"
With only 13 people, attendance at the 2006 General Meeting was
a bit low. Nevertheless, we were able to complete all matters without
Kyoto-This exhibit, held at the Miyako Ecology Center, proved to be
quite popular. We are so grateful for all the volunteers who so passionately
assisted in putting on this exhibition. At the opening event, about
fifty participants listened to the poetry and words of Kumiko Yokoi
and touched a real land mine, brought in by Fusako Yanase.
Kanazawa City- The International Exchange Salon used an old, traditional-style
mansion, and, reconfiguring the storehouse, setup a gallery to display
the work of High Moon. This gallery, along with the tokonoma of the
tatami room, were decorated with twenty-six drawings (from the J.E.E
.Eco-Calendar) and thirty pieces of ceramics. The works suited the
house nicely, and it turned out to be a stunning exhibition. Everyone
from foreign exchange students to businessmen came to see the exhibition,
participating in a rewarding cultural intercourse. We also formed a
connection with a Kanazawa citizen's group.
(Translator: Jordan Walerstein)