This year marked the 4th time conducting the EGAKU Program with grade 3 senior high school students at Denenchofufutaba Senior High School. 

The integration of EGAKU in their graduate project presentation on "The 26 Year-Old Me" was originally proposed by their teacher as a way to help students engage in deeper introspection and self-examination. The program is split into two parts to fit their class schedule with the first session taking place at school and the second part at 9201 Gallery.

Over the given time, students had dialogues with themselves and others and thought about "The 26 Year-Old Me" through creative practice. We can only imagine what kind of thoughts and feelings are imbued in the 26 year old heart that they expressed through reflection.

Theme: "The 26 Year-Old Me"
Program overview: EGAKU Program
Participants: 12 participants - grade 3 senior high school students, teaching staff 
Venue: Denenchofufutaba Senior High SchoolWhite Ship -Office & 9201 Gallery-
Host institution: Denenchofufutaba Senior High School
Instructor: Kunihiko Yazawa
Facilitators: Hiromi Ito
Staff: Yoshino Kuwahara
※ This program was run by White Ship’s non-profit arm, ELAB.