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Intercultural Eye for Art to Become a Global Citizen
Kazuyo Nakamura, Hiroshima University
Hye-Seung ‘Theresa’ Kang, Indiana University
The Indiana-Hiroshima Intercultural Eye for Art Project, which was initiated by
Indiana University’s East Asian Studies Center in 2015 in collaboration with local schools in Indiana, the United States, and in Hiroshima, Japan, is a curriculum development project to promote educational theory and practice that facilitate children becoming global citizens in connection with their local communities through arts-based exchange across borders.
Sixteen schools from the two communities have participated as of 2021. This
project explored a transborder perspective to develop a global community using newly available information technology. Participating teachers and children together have constructed a virtual global community through meeting and interacting in cyberspace and have built relationships with those living in foreign countries.