From July 1st to September 3rd, 2017, the Kyoto Aquarium (Kyoto City Shimogyo Ward) and the Kyoto National Museum (Higashiyama Ward City) will collaborate with KCG groups such as The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG). The event of “Suizokukan and Hakubutsukan” will be held “Draw! We are pleased to cooperate with the "Drawing Workshop.On the day of the event, student staff and faculty members will fill the Aquarium's "Exchange Plaza," where they will make full use of cutting-edge information technology (IT) to help create summer memories for the children.
Draw it and take it!" In the "Drawing Workshop," children who visit the aquarium will have their drawings of fish scanned and placed in original frames created by KCG students, which will then be projected on the wall for commemorative photos.In addition, a photo mosaic of fish pictures submitted by children from all over Japan is also displayed on a poster.
In addition to workshops conducted by KCG, various other events will be held at the "Aquarium and Aquarium," which aims to let children learn about the background of the artworks by comparing the creatures that appear in the Kyoto National Museum exhibition with those that swim at the Kyoto Aquarium.For more information, please see below.
Kyoto Aquarium and Kyoto National Museum to Collaborate on "Aquarium and Museum" Event｜Kyoto Aquarium