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"Miracle Kutchie Experience 3" Exhibition In Singapore

Between August 6th and 21st, the exhibition  of "Miracle Kutchie Experience 3" with artworks created through various workshops in Singapore during the Art Retreat Exchange Program was held at Singapore Airlines Theatre Lobby in LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.

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"Miracle Kutchie Experience 3" Exhibition In Singapore

July 23 - August 6 2017

Organized by Today is the Day, the program is an art initiative incorporating art therapy to heal children who are experiencing trauma and radiation effects in Fukushima. In collaboration with Children Are Our Future in Tokyo, LASALLE College of the Arts and New York University, the program is held here in Singapore, in addition to 5 follow-up sessions of Art Therapy treatments between the end of August to February the following year at Hirono-town, Fukushima.

Highly recognized and supported by the local Fukushima community, the Art Retreat Exchange Programme has garnered international attention, and rising demand has enabled us to expand the initiative into a sustainable art therapy program with a strength of 20 participants. We aspire towards being able to offer unique art therapy programmes continually for a more secured future of the children in Fukushima.

This humanitarian project has only been made possible with the continuous support from Singapore Red Cross, LASALLE College of the Arts, SJI International, STPI, Keppel Centre for Art Education, etc. as part of their commitment in empowering lives and nurturing communities.

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Art Retreat Exchange Program "Miracle Kutchie Experience 2"

2016/10/15 Sat - 11/6 sun


Art Retreat Exchange Program "Miracle Kutchie Experience 2"



The traveling exhibition of TODAY IS THE DAY - The Proposition of Our Future -  in Bangkok.

March 30th - June 30th (open 11 am to 7 pm everyday except Monday)


Soi Mahadlek- Luang 3, Rajdamri Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan

Bangkok Thailand tel. +66 90 910 6863

Please help us by donating towards the Miracle Kutchie Experience, benefiting children of Fukushima.

Your donatIONS for TODAY IS THE DAY will be tax exempted as TODAY IS THE DAY is 501(c)(3) in US.



TODAY IS THE DAY will host an inspiring evening of special performances, speakers, and a signature fine art auction to raise critically needed funds to continue and expand its important humanitarian programs. 

CHANGE OF SCENERY 2015 ushers in a new year of growth for TODAY IS THE DAY.  Join us to celebrate our fourth year of art programs & exhibition in a special evening to include an array of musical, choreographed, and video performance, speeches by luminaries in the art, culture, and humanitarian fields, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, traditional tea ceremony, guest DJ's, luxury raffle offerings, and a live fine art auction by an accomplished charity auctioneer to engage, delight, and entertain guests throughout the gala event benefitting TODAY IS THE DAY.


From July 25h to August 5th, 15 children attending its second annual art retreat program "Miracle Kutchie Experience" in Singapore from Hirono-machi, a town located less than 30km from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Founder + Artist : Noritoshi Hirakawa


"Reveal consciousness as the starting point of every person's awareness."

TODAY IS THE DAY is a visionary foundation based in Hiroshima Japan. It's goal will be to reveal consciousness as the starting point of every person’s awareness. Through its activities using the forms of art, music, dance, performance, lecture, video, film, and workshop, the foundation will pursue its purpose: to inspire an art of free will and autonomy.

The Foundation’s purpose, in addition, is to create and put into practice an ontological vision that transcends the structures and workings of existing systems. This follows from a belief that it is in art’s nature to explore the function of free will and to transcend contrivance in order to construct a social model that allows human existence to stand on its own.