kita University of Art Master’s first-year student Masahide SAKAGUCHI will participate in ARTAOTA STUDENT ART PROJECT, which will be held from Thursday, November 4 to Sunday, November 7 at “Kujoyu” in Kyoto.
ARTAOTA is an art market for students based in the Kyoto area. In addition to providing a venue for art experts to discover new talent, this event aims to provide an opportunity for students who were forced to alter their creative styles due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This autumn, the event will be held at “Kujoyu,” a public bath and coworking space.
Date/Time: Nov. 4 (Thur.) – Nov. 7 (Sun.) 11:00-19:00
*Last admission to the baths is 18:30 (15:00 on Nov. 7)
Admission: 500 yen
*Free for elementary school and younger, as well as patrons with valid student IDs or Art Collaboration Kyoto (ACK) passes.
Venue: Kujoyu (5 minutes’ walk from the #3 exit of Kyoto Municipal Subway, Kujo Station)
*ACK will run a shuttle bus from Nov. 5 (Fri.) to Nov. 7 (Sun.)
Address: 65 Higashikujo Nakagoryocho, Minami Ward, Kyoto 601-8027
Nov. 5 (Fri.) @ Kujoyu 1st floor café space
- 17:00〜18:15 Career development course (for young artists)
- 18:30〜20:00 Introduction to art collection (for general public)
Guest speakers: Testuya SHIBAYAMA (representative director, AG Holdings Corporation); Sae CARDONNEL (MUZ ART PRODUCE)
Nov. 6 (Sat.) 14:00-15:30 @ Kujoyu 1st floor café space
*Both of the above events are free of charge (There is an admission charge to enter the venue; please see above.)
Coordinator: Art Collaboration Kyoto
Sponsors: Kyoto City, Kyoto City Board of Education, The Kyoto Shimbun
With support from: Kujoyu
Exhibition management: AG Holdings Corporation
With cooperation from: DMG Mori Seiki Co.
Host: MUZ ART PRODUCE