Morag Myerscough, the award-winning and acclaimed British artist, will be exhibiting in Japan for the first time. The artwork ‘Clean Power’ is an eye-catching sculpture bursting with Myerscough’s signature bold and colourful style, and will be showcased together with Myerscough-inspired artwork, by art students from The British School in Tokyo.
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The British School in Tokyo (BST) officially started its ‘Artist in Residence’ project with esteemed Japanese artist Satoru Aoyama. This is the first time that BST students will work directly with the world renowned Japanese artist.
Today marks the beginning of a one-year countdown (subject to approval) to the opening of The British School in Tokyo’s new Primary campus (BST), located in Azabudai Hills, Tokyo.
The British School in Tokyo (BST) opens its new Senior School Study Centre for Year 12 and Year 13 students. The new multipurpose space will provide an enhanced learning environment for BST’s senior students as they prepare for transition to university and life beyond BST.
The ‘Exchange Month’ project will consist of a series of programmes for students from the three schools across June, focusing on joint collaboration, language development, experiencing the difference between British and Japanese education, and working together on sustainable development.