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FEATURE: Afterschool workshops commission infirm children drawn to art in Japan

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14:25 23 Aug 2016

By Chihiro Maeyama
TOKYO, Aug. 23, Kyodo

Kentaro Hayashi is a weekly unchanging during atelier incurve jr. in Osaka city, a secretly run afterschool seminar where art specialists watch over children with mental or earthy disabilities.

On a revisit in late June, a 13-year-old with a training incapacity cascaded orange paint onto a canvas, widespread it with his fingers and combined layers of immature and aqua blue.

Kentaro was aided by staff in opening a paint containers though he was differently left to his possess devices. After about half an hour, he constructed an strange streaked pattern.

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  • Afterschool workshops commission infirm children in art in Japan
  • Afterschool workshops commission infirm children in art in Japan

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