Kyoto City University of Arts “KCUA Transmit Program : ART OSAKA Version”
ART OSAKA, in collaboration with Kyoto City University of Arts, will hold a special exhibition to introduce promising young artists. For our seventh installment, we will exhibit the works of four artists; Gaku Kurokawa (sculpture), Haru Teraoka (environmental design), Yukari Motoyama (painting) and Mamie Yamamoto (ceramics). Please come and feel the bursting energy of the young artists.
- Gaku Kurokawa / Haru Teraoka / Yukari Motoyama / Mamie Yamamoto
- Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
- Kyoto City University of Arts Career Design Center
To Think about the Future of Art Centers (Japanese only)
Many art centers have been established throughout Japan. Art centers are multi-cultural institutions, whose functions differ from museums. There are various art centers in the Kansai region; the Kobe Art Village Center (opened in 1996), Kyoto Art Center (opened in 2000), and Enokojima Art, Culture and Creative Center, Osaka Prefecture/enoco (opened in 2012). Takarazuka Arts Center which will be open in Hyogo Prefecture in April 2020, will be added to the list. We will invite organizers of these art centers to come together and hold a symposium to discuss ideals and dreams for the future art centers.
- Hotel Granvia Osaka, 20th floor, Crystal room
- Guest Speaker:
Masaki Hayashi (Chief director of general affairs at Kobe Art Village Center, managed by Kobe Cultural Foundation)
Mayumi Yamamoto (Chief program director at Kyoto Art Center)
Reiko Kohsaka (Chief Director in the Planning Department at Enokojima Art, Culture and Creative Center, Osaka Prefecture/enoco)
Mitsuko Koh (Project director at Takarazuka Arts Center ＆ Garden Planning Office)
- Yoshio Katoh (Guest professor at Osaka University of Arts・Director of Association for the Promotion of Contemporary Art in Japan)
- Free (The fair entrance,1800yen, is needed.)
- 40 people