22. Scars: The Path Toward Healing

March 8, 2021Roger W. Lowther

This week, I had the honor of talking with Peter Bakelaar, founder of Gallery NANI (Nagoya Arts Network International), about his exhibit at the Aichi Arts & Cultural Center in downtown Nagoya. To remember the terrible disaster that struck Japan 10 years ago and bring healing, he is running “Scars: The Path Toward Healing” from March 2-14, 2021. Listen in as we talk about some of the works of art.

Aichi Art & Culture Center, Art Space X (B2F)
1-13-2 Higashi Sakura, Minami Ku, Nagoya, Japan
[email protected]
www.nanijapan.org

Light at the end of the tunnel
Light in the midst of the tunnel

Thank you for remembering Japan with us during the month of March. 3/11 is as important in Japan as 9/11 is in the U.S. Everyone who lived through the earthquake will never forget this day for the rest of their lives. Many we know lost someone. This 10th anniversary helps continue the process of healing.

On March 10 and March 11, the ebook versions of my two books about 3/11, “Aroma of Beauty” and “Pippy the Piano and the Very Big Wave,” are available for free from Amazon. They are available in both English and Japanese, so please make sure to pick them up! Even if you can’t read Japanese, would you be willing to go ahead and download a copy of the Japanese version as well? Who knows? You might be able to share it with your Japanese friends later! May more and more people hear about the hope that comes in really dark times.

Click the books below to download your free copies (March 10 & 11 only)!

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