eco japan cup 2007 showcase

Merry Project will be featured in the exhibition "eco japan cup 2007 showcase" which will be held at GEIC (Global Environment Information Centre) mainly featuring the Eco-art Awarded works.
Please visit with your family and friends.

eco japan cup 2007 showcase
-Let's create the Guernica of ecology!-

Part of the artworks awarded in "eco japan cup 2006" will be exhibited as the examples of artworks for application for the "eco japan cup 2007"'s culture category. "Eco japan cup 2007" will be held to nurture the culture that values ecology and drive forward the ecological movement and to contribute to the eco-friendly economy and society.

■ Exhibition Period
June 5th (Tue) - 30th (Sat), 2007 (Closed on Sundays and Mondays)
10:00 - 19:30 (Tue - Fri)
10:00 - 17:00 (Sat)

■ Venue
The Global Environment Information Centre (GEIC)
5-53-70 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo 150-0001, Japan
Tel: +(81-3) 3407-8107
Fax: +(81-3) 3407-8164

GEIC is situated on the ground floor of the UN House. It is a five minute walk from Omotedando station (Chiyoda line, Ginza line, Hanzomon line: Exit - B2) or an eight minute walk from JR Shibuya station. Nearby landmarks include the Kodomono Shiro and the Aoyama Gakuin University.

■ Entrance Free

■ Exhibitions
"re-identity" by Io Takemura (Eco Art Award)
"ReCoPlant" by Reco・Cycle (Eco Design Award)
"Merry Project" by Koji Mizutani (Eco Communication Award)
"Dan・Dan・Ondanka" by Shizuoka Kankyo Caravan Tai "Aoi Jitensha" (Special Award)
"Tyrannosaurus made of driftwood" by Yasuyuki Sato (Special Award)
"card bag" by Ryuta Ohashi
"SUN" by Yoichi Kajima
"Make furnitures from a year's worth of newspapers"
"The Earth's Limit" by Shinichi Sakuratani
"Green Biz" by Yoko Hayakawa
"Kirei Mobil" by Keigo Honda
"ShoukaU" by Kouhei Matsushita

■ Sponsored By:
Global Environment Information Centre (GEIC) and Fukase Memorial Visual Art Preservation Plan

■ Supported By:
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Cooperation, Ministry of the Environment, Kankyo Business Women

■ Contact
eco japan cup



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