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17th Kanagawa Biennial World Children’s Art Exhibition
The UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines in cooperation with the Japan Overseas Cooperative Association (JOCA) invites the Filipino children to participate in the 17th Kanagawa Biennial World Children’s Art Exhibition sponsored by the Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan in July 2013.

The Exhibition aims to:
  • cultivate children’s dreams and creativity; and
  • help them appreciate each other’s cultural differences through artworks.
The participants to this activity are children aged 5-14 years old (as of April 1, 2012) from both public and private schools nationwide. The entry period is from September 1 to November 30, 2012.

The conduct of this activity must not disrupt classes as stipulated in DepEd Order No. 9, s. 2005 entitled "Instituting Measures to Increase Engaged Time-on-Task and Ensuring Compliance Therewith.”

For more information, interested individuals may contact any of the following:

UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines
G/F Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Building
2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
Telephone Nos.: (02) 834-3447; (02) 834-4818 (02) 834-4887; (02) 834-4843
Fax No.: (02) 831-8873
E-mail Address: unescoph@mozcom.com
Website Address: www.unesconatcom.ph

The Secretariat
17th Kanagawa Biennial World Children’s Art Exhibition
Japan Overseas Cooperative Association
c/o Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship
1-2-1 Kosugaya, Sakae-ku, Yokohama 247-007, Japan
Telephone No.: (+81) 45-896-2121
Fax No.: (+81) 45-896-2299
E-mail Address: k-biennial@earthplaza.jp
Website Address: http://www.earthplaza.jp/biennial/English/index.html
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