The Showa Women's University (SWU) Cosmos Festival, which took place on the weekend of November 11th and 12th, saw TUJ LEAD deciding to set up an art gallery-style display showcasing artwork by fellow TUJ Owls. This exhibition highlighted their artistic prowess, transforming the room into a kaleidoscope of talent and imagination.
On the opposite side of the exhibit space, infographics depicting prominent women from Japan’s history and LEAD's work in the pride parade were displayed to showcase our values as LEAD members.
Spectators marveled at the intricate details and vivid colors of the art pieces, as well as the informative installations that adorned the exhibition spaces. The festival not only spotlighted the artistic achievements of individual students but also fostered a sense of unity and appreciation for the rich tapestry of creativity woven by the collaborative efforts of different clubs and groups on campus.