“Kyoto Traditional Art & Craft Research Institute Exhibition” is held from Tue, Mar 14 to Sun, Mar 19.
ARCHI-DEPOT Museum will collaborate with Kyoto Traditional Art & Craft Association and hold “Kyoto Traditional Art & Craft Research Institute Exhibition” from Tue, Mar 14 to Sun, Mar 19, 2017. During the exhibition, we will open a shop for an only limited time and sell goods that embody present Kyoto craft mixing tradition and innovation. In addition, gallery talk “Future of Architecture and Traditional Craft – Building Materials Came out of Urushi Makie Research” is held by Mr. Yutaro Shimode, who is a Kyoto makie craftsman and the first person that got a doctor’s degree as a traditional craftsman. Moreover, he is the third generation of Shimode makie-studio that engages in high technology, the development of materials, and the restoration research for Momoyama period.
Date: Tue, Mar 14, 2017 – Sun, Mar 19, 2017 11:00-20:00 (Last day is until 17:00)
Venue: Architectural Model Workshop
(Warehouse TERRADA 1F, 2-6-10, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002, Japan)
Exhibiting company: Gomei Gold Leaf Arts and Crafts, Unohara, UNSODO, KAWAHITO ZOUGAN, Koshuntoen, SATOKIYOMATSU-SHOTEN, Shimode makie-studio, Nakajima Zogan, Nakamura Rousoku, NANASAI KOBO, Hiromi-Art, MERCROS
Organizer: Kyoto Traditional Art & Craft Association
Cooperated by: NPO Kyoto Traditional Art & Craft Information Center, ARCHI-DEPOT Museum, AMUSE MUSEUM
Date: Tue, Mar 14, 2017 19:00-20:15
Guest Speaker: Yutaro Shimode (Kyoto makie craftsman, PhD, the third generation of Shimode makie-studio)
Ticket Price: Free
Limited to 30 tickets (First come, first served basis).
Offered in Japanese only.
How to Apply: Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including your name, company name, and the number of applicants.