Teaching Staff (Liberal Arts Core)

大関智子
Title Assistant Professor
Research Fields Japanese painting / Art education
Education
2007
Master’s (Art and Design), University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki
2005
Bachelor’s (Art and Design), University of Tsukuba
Selected Professional Experience
2019-Present
Assistant Professor, Akita University of Art
2017-2019
Teaching Assistant and Adjunct Lecturer, Akita University of Art
2010-2017
Instructor, Kamagaya Municipal Junior High School No. 3, Chiba
Recent Activities <Selected solo exhibitions>

2018
Yamanami to osore no muko ni [Beyond Fear and Mountains]. BIYONG POINT, Akita
2017
Mawatte, omou [Turn and Think]. cocolaboratory, Akita

 

<Selected group exhibitions>

2019
Dessan no ondo: Fujita Tsuguharu to Akita no gaka-tachi [The temperature of sketching: Tsuguharu Foujita and the artists of Akita]. Akita Museum of Art
2016-2017
Kamikoani Project. Kamikoani Village, Akita
2015, 2017
Furusato no fukei-ten [Landscapes of Home Exhibition]. Kitakata City Museum of Art, Fukushima

 

<Selected awards / prizes>

2015, 2017
Special Prize, Akita Arts Exhibition
2015
Honorable Mention, Landscapes of Home Exhibition. Fukushima
2014
MEXT Minster’s Prize, 29th National Cultural Festival: Akita 2014

 

<Other>

2019
Moja-moja dobutsuen [Shaggy Zoo] (Workshop). Akita Senshu Museum of Art
2019, 2010
Judge, 75th / 76th Association of Minamiakita Senior High Schools Art Exhibition. Akita City
2018
Judge, Chokoku sukecchi kontesuto in Nihon Kokkaen [Sculpture Sketching Contest in National Flower Park]. Ikawa Town, Akita
2017-2018
Illustrator, The North Face Kids catalogue
Courses Taught History of Japanese Art
Japanese Painting
Principles of Museology
Museum Collections
Practicum (Museum Curation)

 

Example Works
「視線」2017 「営みの標本」2018 「山なみと恐れのむこうに」展示風景 「山なみと恐れのむこうに」教育プログラム WS風景
Shisen
[Line of sight]
(2017)
Itonami no hyohon [Sample of activity] (2018) Yamanami to osore no muko ni [Beyond Fear and Mountains] (exhibition; 2018) Beyond Fear and Mountains (educational workshop; 2018)

Further details (in Japanese) can be found at the following link: OZEKI Tomoko (Japanese page)