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The EYE SEE Serbia Photo Exhibition

The EYE SEE Serbia photo exhibition was held at Global Festa JAPAN 2013, which took place on October 5 and 6, 2013, in Hibiya Park, Tokyo. 
 
In this photo exhibition, a number of the photographs taken by the 19 children who participated in the EYE SEE workshop was held in Serbia in May 2013 were exhibited. Messages to the children who took the photos were also collected, and were shown together with the photos. Thus, the photographer and the visitors were connected through photos in this exhibition. There were messages from many people, and some of them were directly handed to the children who took the photos on the occasion of the photo exhibition held in Serbia on October 17. 
 
There were many visitors at the exhibition. We received messages to the children and donations to the EYE SEE project. The contributions will be donated in full to UNICEF to be utilized as a part of the operational fund for the future EYE SEE projects.

  • Sony booth at the Festa

  • Touch-screen digital photo books, using five VAIO® Tap20, are exhibited.

  • It provided an occasion for experiencing digital photo books to people of all ages.

  • Some visitors were looking for nearly ten minutes.

  • Messages to the children who took the photos were collected and shown next to the photos.

  • There were so many messages that we almost ran out of space.

  • Expressed their impressions of the photos taken by the children to encouragement.

  • Some visitors wrote messages in English.

  • Message cards are shown beside the favorite photos of the visitors.

  • There were so many warm-hearted comments.

  • Some of the messages were compiled in an album with translations.

  • The moment the messages from Japan were delivered, the children of Serbia became so excited.

Report on the result of donations

We received contributions to the project from the visitors who saw the photos at this EYE SEE Serbia photo exhibition.
The total amount of donations was 9,441 yen . The full amount will be donated to UNICEF to be utilized as a part of the operational fund for the future EYE SEE projects. The photo book which compiled some of the photographs taken by the children was presented to those who donated 500 yen or more.  

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