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Traveling Exhibition of International Ceramics Festival Mino

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2018.05.23

Traveling Exhibition of International Ceramics Festival Mino
We are pleased to announce that a traveling exhibition of International Ceramics Festival Mino '17 will be held at SOGO Museum of Art, Yokohama.
It is a great pleasure to have such an opportunity to introduce the beaty of ceramic arts created in or related to Mino.

International Ceramics Festival Mino
― From the Momoyama Period to the Present ―
Heritage of Shino and Oribe and its developments

Period: June 15th Friday through July 8th Sunday, 2018
No closing day during this period

Open hours: 10:00 a.m. to 08:00 p.m.

Venue: Sogo Museum of Art
5-minute walk from the Yokohama station, Kanagawa Prefecture.
20-30 minute train ride (appx. 30km) from the Tokyo station.

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Address:
6th floor of Sogo Yokohama
2-18-1, Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, 220-8510
Phone: (81)-45-465-5515
Admission:
1,000 (800) JPY for adults
800 (600) JPY for high school and university students
Free admission for middle school students and under
( ) : Advance tickets or a group of 20 people or more.

Related events:
Reservation: 045-465-5515, Sogo Museum of Art

Tea ceremony sessions hosted by tea ceremony club students of Tokyo University of the Arts
Dates: June 24 (Sunday), July 1 (Sunday)
Time: 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. (three sessions a day)
Capacity: 20 for each session (first come first served / reservation recommended)
Fee: 500 JPY
Place: An exhibition room, Sogo Museum of Art

Appreciation and lectures of old ceramic pieces of Kizeto, Setoguro, Shino and Oribe
Date: June 17 (Sunday)
Time: Session 1 starts at 11:00 a.m. / Session 2 at 1:00 p.m.
Capacity: 40 for each session (first come first served / reservation recommended)
Lecturer: Mr. Kyosuke Hayashi, Ceramist, President of Mino Ceramic Art Association
Fee: 500 JPY
Place: An exhibition room, Sogo Museum of Art

Special Gallery Talk
Date: June 16 (Saturday)
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Lecturers:
Mr. Masahiro Karasawa, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Mr. Kei Wakao, Ceramist
Mr. Akio Niisato, Ceramist
Admission: free, reservation not required
Place: An exhibition room, Sogo Museum of Art

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