The Los Angeles Nagoya Sister City Affiliation (LANSCA) Children’s Art Exchange is a program for children of elementary and middle school ages in which art is produced and exchanged with Los Angeles’ sister city in Japan, Nagoya.

Every year, 80-100 pieces of art are collected from children in Los Angeles and sent to the City of Nagoya for exhibition at the Nagoya Festival, an annual event that takes place in October. In this exhibition, children’s art from Nagoya’s sister cities is exhibited. In 2012, 38,299 people attended this exhibition.

Art from the children of Nagoya is exhibited in Los Angeles.

Exhibition of Nagoya children’s art at USC IGM Art Gallery with Art Chair Miriam Stenshoel