Events & News

2019

JAGDA Outreach Exhibition Part 2 Charity Art Tumbler

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February 1(Fri) - March 10(Sun)

From 2018 to 2020, Japan Graphic Designers Associtioan (JAGDA) uses the power of design to connect to support artists with disabilities and Paralympians over three years. The second round of this initiative features tumblers, an everyday product, created by designers from works by artists with disabilities from the Able Art Company (with some exceptions). They will be exhibited and sold for charity over the course of the year at Tokyo Midtown Design Hub and other locations throughout Japan. Making use of their skills in this field, JAGDA designers will participate as volunteers. A usage fee will be paid to the artists. All proceeds from sales minus manufacturing costs will be donated to the Paralympians Association of Japan. Come see the exhibition and find something you like.

Wearable Art Stole by Seiko Adachi

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December 26(Wed) - January 17(Thu)

ART MEETS PEOPLE VOL.031 is featuring new original stoles in silk organdy by Seiko Adachi for this holiday season. Seiko Adachi lives and works in Kagawa. Adachi treats silk organdy fabric as her canvas in expressing her creativity in colors and lines. Each stole is unique and original, and one-of-a-kind for the wearer to enjoy as a wearable art.

In the Country of Fans, Japan

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November 28(Wed) - January 20(Sun)

These fans, which have broad and deep roots in Japanese life, appearing in religious festivals, daily life, performances, and games, have evolved a rich decorativeness. In this exhibition, we introduce the enduring world of the fans so long beloved by Japanese.

MINGEI - Another Kind of Art

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November 2(Fri) - February 24(Sun)

"Mingei" is folk arts and crafts made by anonymous craftspeople. The exhibition will feature over 100 MINGEI items primarily from the Japan Folk Crafts Museum's collection selected by Naoto Fukasawa.

MIDTOWN ICE RINK in Roppongi

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January 7(Mon) - March 3(Sun)

The limited time outdoor ice skating rink will open from 7th January to 3rd March of 2019.

MIDTOWN ICE RINK in Roppongi

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January 7(Mon) - March 3(Sun)

The limited time outdoor ice skating rink will open from 7th January to 3rd March of 2019.

JAGDA Outreach Exhibition Part 2 Charity Art Tumbler

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February 1(Fri) - March 10(Sun)

From 2018 to 2020, Japan Graphic Designers Associtioan (JAGDA) uses the power of design to connect to support artists with disabilities and Paralympians over three years. The second round of this initiative features tumblers, an everyday product, created by designers from works by artists with disabilities from the Able Art Company (with some exceptions). They will be exhibited and sold for charity over the course of the year at Tokyo Midtown Design Hub and other locations throughout Japan. Making use of their skills in this field, JAGDA designers will participate as volunteers. A usage fee will be paid to the artists. All proceeds from sales minus manufacturing costs will be donated to the Paralympians Association of Japan. Come see the exhibition and find something you like.

In the Country of Fans, Japan

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November 28(Wed) - January 20(Sun)

These fans, which have broad and deep roots in Japanese life, appearing in religious festivals, daily life, performances, and games, have evolved a rich decorativeness. In this exhibition, we introduce the enduring world of the fans so long beloved by Japanese.

MINGEI - Another Kind of Art

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November 2(Fri) - February 24(Sun)

"Mingei" is folk arts and crafts made by anonymous craftspeople. The exhibition will feature over 100 MINGEI items primarily from the Japan Folk Crafts Museum's collection selected by Naoto Fukasawa.

Wearable Art Stole by Seiko Adachi

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December 26(Wed) - January 17(Thu)

ART MEETS PEOPLE VOL.031 is featuring new original stoles in silk organdy by Seiko Adachi for this holiday season. Seiko Adachi lives and works in Kagawa. Adachi treats silk organdy fabric as her canvas in expressing her creativity in colors and lines. Each stole is unique and original, and one-of-a-kind for the wearer to enjoy as a wearable art.

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