FREE ALL-AGES WORKSHOP!
Saturday, January 7: 2 – 5 PM at Echo Park Lake (Corner of Park Avenue and Lemoyne Street)
Time After Time Capsule is a global participatory art project in which contemporary artist, Sebastian Masuda, invites people to share their love of kawaii. The project will demonstrate how kawaii can be a means of personal expression beyond age, gender,religion or nationality, and as a tool to bring people together.
Sebastian Masuda is celebrated for his film, theater and fashion designs. He also speaks at museums and conferences across the world about the impact of kawaii on pop culture in Japan and other countries.
Masuda’ s Time After Time Capsule art project was launched in 2014 and has traveled through 10 cities so far. The project invites participants in different countries to write and decorate messages to their future selves, and to deposit them in a giant capsule inspired by Domo, NHK World’s official mascot. Once full, the capsule will return to Japan to be displayed during the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
The EPFC Filmmobile is delighted to partner with NHK Japan and LA City Council District 13 to present this FREE, all-ages workshop. Everyone welcome!
NOTE: WORKSHOP LOCATION IS OUTDOORS AT NORTH END OF ECHO PARK LAKE, CORNER OF PARK AVENUE AND LEMOYNE STREET. LOOK FOR THE BIG BLUE FILMMOBILE!