Seisen International School had the pleasure to host a Life Drawing Master Class last Saturday afternoon. Fourteen students from various International Schools in Tokyo had the opportunity to refine their drawing skills working with DILARY SANCHEZ, professional dancer working and living in Mexico city. Dilary modelled for well known artists such as Pedro Diego Alvarado, son of Diego Rivera. The workshop was given by Amelie Lamy, art teacher at Seisen International School.
Seisen International School had the pleasure to host a Life Drawing Master Class last Saturday afternoon.
Seisen is one of the schools featured in this article from the American Chamber of Commerce Japan Journal.
"With the advent of Internet-based and mobile technologies, a new generation of innovators in education technology—or EdTech—is disrupting the education sector."
Several of Seisen’s Grade 8 students have had their original tutorial videos assessed and uploaded to the Next Vista for Learning website.
ten Model United Nations students traveled to Singapore for the 12th Annual The Hague International Model United Nations conference