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Contents
Main activity after April 2006 to March 2007.
Summery activity in 2005
Summery activity from the establishment to 2004
Main activity after April 2006 to March 2007.
The international exchange regarding the fine arts and culture
(1)
The artist dispatch program was executed aiming of international exchange and contribution of fine arts with Leiden University in the Netherlands. "Japanese art program"

We conduct the second project, "calligraphy". For understanding promotion for Japanese art in foreign countries, we dispatch lecturer and have the lecture that covered history, theory and practice comprehensively. The implementation of this project will cooperate with our foundation and Leiden University.
 
Period March to April, 2007
Place Leiden University, Netherlands
Dispatch lecturer Tohshu OGAWA (calligrapher)
Contents Lecture in Leiden University, the personal exhibition and workshop outside the university.
(2)
Supporting to "Korea Japan contemporary art exhibition".
November 11(Sat.) to 14(Tue.), 2006 SEJONG MUSEUM, Korea Seoul.
"The third Japanese art program" spring in 2008. (scheduled)
The exhibition of wooden print by Student in Autumn. (scheduled)
The sponsorship and support to the international exchange exhibition.
Summery activity of 2005
Holding of the exhibition of art and culture.
(1)
Host "Artist Impression of An Ancient Belguim" and held the exhibition at the following place.

Hiroshi OKUTANI and Eibin OHTSU, Western style painter.
Tomoyuki TAKIZAWA and Izuru SEKI, Japanese style painter.

April 13(Wed.) - 19(Tue.), 2005 Art gallery in Takashimaya Tokyo store
April 27(Wed.) - May 3 (Tue.), 2005 Art gallery in Takashimaya Osaka store
May 11(Wed.) - 17(Tue.), 2005 Art gallery in JR Nagoya Takashimaya
June 1(Wed.) - 7(Tue.), 2005 Art gallery in Takashimaya Kyoto store


To "Artist Impression of An Ancient Belguim"
 
(2)
The support to "KYOTO print 2005, Japan and Thai International print art exhibition"

This exhibition is held to invigorate the woodblock printing field in western Japan and to provide stimuli to young artists. It is an international exchange exhibition in the Biennale format. In 2005, we cooperated in an international woodblock print exhibition with Thailand, which has in recent years shown important activity in the field.

September 27(Tue.) - October 2(Sun.), 2005 Kyoto municipal museum of art (Annex)
December 8(Thu.) - 18 (Sun.), 2005 Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

The international exchange regarding the fine arts and culture
(1)
Implementation of "Japanese art program the 1st woodcut "

For understanding promotion for Japanese art in foreign countries, we have the lecture that covered history / theory / practice side comprehensively in some traditional fields of Japanese art in Leiden University
.With the cooperation our foundation and Leiden University, the first dispatch program held the lecture of woodblock print.

The 1st dispatch lecturer:Akira KUROSAKI (woodblock artist, Professor of Kyoto Seika University)
Period: September - November, 2005
Place Leiden University, Netherlands
Dispatch lecturer Akira KUROSAKI (woodblock artist, Professor of Kyoto Seika University)
Contents A lecture at Leiden University and Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague, personal exhibition, workshop outside the university.

To the activity contents of "The 1st Japanese art program"
Summery activity from the establishment to 2004
1,Award to artist is as follows.
(1)
Founded "Commemorative Award of Saburo Miyamoto" in 1981.

In commemoration of the achievements of the artist Saburo Miyamoto, a noted western style painting, outstanding examples of representational western style painting are selected, the artists are given an award and a retrospective exhibition for the artists is held.

Award-winning Artist is as follows.
 
Award year Award-winning Artist
1981 Yoshika FUJITA
1982 Tsunero KOKURYOU
1984 Hiroshi OKUTANI
1986 Katsumi UKITA
1987 Rojin MATSUKI
1988 Teruo OHNUMA
1989 Takashi YAMASHITA
1990 Shozo SHIMADA
1991 Kunio KOMATSUZAKI
1992 Fumihiko YAMAMOTO
1993 Hidetoshi OHTSU
1994 Hiroshi NODA
1995 Hiroshi ASADA
1996 Kan IRIE
1997 Tei YAMAMOTO
(2)
1982 Founded "Foundation for the fine arts Award". It select the winner and award the trophy.

Award-winning Artist is as follows.
  The 1st time award, section of Japanese style painting
Akira KAHO, Matazo KAYAMA, Kojin KUDOU, Ryonosuke SHIMOMURA, Ikuo HIRAYAMA

The exhibition, “Looking toward the future Five Artists in Japanese style paintings”
was held at Ginza Matsuzakaya and Osaka Daimaru.
  The 2nd time award, section of Western style painting
Toshio ARIMOTO, Keiji USAMI, Koji KINUTANI, Kozo MIO, Sadamasa MOTONAGA

The exhibition, “Looking toward the future Five Artists in Western style paintings”
was held at Ginza Matsuzakaya and Osaka Daimaru.
(3)
1992 Founded "Yukei Memorial Award". It select the winner and award the trophy.
In recognition of the artistic achievements of Yukei Teshima, and to contribute to the advancement of calligraphic art, the artists active in the field of calligraphic were given an award.

Award-winning Artist is as follows.
 
The 1st Tohka SUZUKI
The 2nd Ichijo UEMATSU
The 3rd Hogyu KOBAYASHI
 
2,The international exchange regarding the fine arts and culture
(1)
We introduced Japanese art and artistic culture abroad through sending artists and art historians to Harvard University in the US, and conducted lectures and taught techniques there.
Implement from 1982 to 1990.

◎The dispach lecturer is as follows.
8 Artists, Tohshu OGAWA (calligrapher), Akira KUROSAKI (print),
Taiho YAMAZAKI, Suzuhiko KAWASAKI, Shuji TAKASHINA, Nobuo TSUJI,
Keizaburo MIZUNO, Kaori CHINO
 
(2)
Sponsoring to the international exchange exhibition of art.
Sponsoring and participate to "the international art exchange exhibition" which held by the international fine-arts council in Kurashiki, Nagoya and etc..
 
(3)
Japan, China International print art exhibition
The Japan-China International Woodblock Exhibition, hosted by the Woodblock Print Kyoto Executive Committee, was held in Kyoto in 2001. In 2002 we sponsored and participated in the event held in Xian and Nanjing in celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the normalization of relations between the People's Republic of China and Japan.
 
(4)
We supported a concert with twelve cellists participating as a pre-event for
inviting Cassado International Violoncello Competition to Hachioji will be
scheduled to be held in 2004.(2002)
 
3,Donations of Japanese art objects (Japanese painting, calligraphy, and craftwork) to foreign art gallery and other museums.
 
 

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