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Hiroshima International Peace Culture Festival Executive Committee Announcing the “2nd Hiroshima Award” wi nners!

Hiroshima International Peace Culture Festival Executive Committee Announcing the winners of the “2nd Hiroshima Award”!
~Three categories: music, media arts, and street dance~
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The Hiroshima International Peace Cultural Festival Executive Committee has announced the winners of the 2nd Hiroshima Award in three categories. The award ceremony will be held on August 1st (Thursday) at the JMS Aster Plaza Large Hall. free entrance. The Hiroshima Award is an award given as part of the Hiroshima International Peace Culture Festival, and is given to individuals or organizations that have contributed to the cultivation of a culture of peace in three categories: music, media arts, and street dance. 【Winner】
●Music Division Winner: Keyaki Narisawa
…The students were recognized for their efforts to create a sustainable society by creating musical instruments using bamboo and waste materials and holding concerts with children, striving to build community bonds and revitalize the town.
●Media Arts Category Winner: Director Shinnosuke Yakuwa and the production team of “Totto-chan at the Window”
…The film was praised for appealing to the preciousness of peace by portraying the daily life and atmosphere during wartime from the perspective of a child who is unaware of the world situation and the reality of war.
●Street dance category winner: s**t kingz
…It was recognized for its great contribution to improving the status of dancers by broadly conveying the meaning of expression through street dance and the desire for a peaceful daily life. Please see the press release materials below for details on the reasons for selection and the selection process.
https://prtimes.jp/a/?f=d133760-4-c33a8f77811153d49061282ef29d473e.pdf 【Awards ceremony】
The award ceremony will be held as part of the Hiro Festival Opening Event. August 1st (Thursday) Doors open at 17:45 Performance starts at 18:30 Venue: JMS Aster Plaza Large Hall
Winners will receive trophies, certificates, and cash prizes. free entrance. Numbered tickets will be distributed to those who wish to view on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you would like to view the event, please apply through RCCCLUB. https://club.rcc.jp/campaigns/b0aede61-af72-475c-af1f-72afccce0c79 [Philosophy of “Hiroshima Award”]
Culture is a source of fun, excitement, peace, and thought. It nourishes the human soul and creates the strength to live. Various cultural activities that forged bonds between people, gave them the strength to live, and fostered compassion for others played an important role in the reconstruction of Hiroshima, which was destroyed by a single atomic bomb.
There are places in the world that are headed for destruction. Conflicts and discrimination due to differences in values ​​have not yet disappeared. Now is the time to support cultural activities in Hiroshima, which has recovered from the ruins of the atomic bombing, and which will serve as a source of respect for each other’s values ​​and a desire for peace.
The Hiroshima Award recognizes organizations and individuals whose activities are expected to contribute to the promotion of a culture of peace in Hiroshima, which has recovered from the ruins of the atomic bombing. We hope that these activities will create bonds between people, give them the strength to live, foster compassion for others, and ultimately lead to the realization of a fair and sustainable world.
Eligible candidates will be evaluated for their past activities and works (mainly from the past two years) in the “Music,” “Media Arts,” and “Street Dance” categories of the Hiroshima International Peace Culture Festival, and their future achievements will be evaluated. An organization or individual that is expected to
[Inquiries regarding this matter]
Hiroshima International Peace Cultural Festival Executive Committee Management Headquarters
(Chugoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd. TV station planning promotion department) 21-3 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-8504
Contact: https://hiroshimafest.org/inquiry.php
Phone: 082-222-1104
Person in charge: Hidaka hidaka@rcc.co.jp
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000004.000133760.html