Denchu Hirakushi House, Tani House, Ichida House
During the period 11:00-17:00
The Global Art Collaboration Project, which kicked off in April 2016, is an innovative new program bringing together students and lecturers from the Tokyo University of the Arts brand-new Global Arts Practice course with those from Paris’s École des Beaux‐Arts. Forming a unit, participants have been travelling between their two countries and creating work together. Shinji Ohmaki, Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Hidenori Sonobe, Elsa Cayo, Clélia Zernik lead the project.
Ⓐ Denchu Hirakushi House
Ⓒ Tani House
Ⓓ Ichida House ※11/14（Tue）Closed
The Global Art Practice Masters’ Course at the Art Research Faculty of Tokyo University of the Arts
The Global Art Practice Masters’ Course at the Art Research Faculty of Tokyo University of the Arts was newly established in April 2016 to focus on social practice and employee training for contemporary art in a global context.
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux‐Arts
The École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux‐Arts was established in its current location on Rue Bonaparte, Paris in 1816 by Louis XVIII (the school opened in 1819). It offers a range of courses in subjects such as sculpture, painting, printmaking, metalworking, architecture, and so on, and is aimed at producing art practitioners of the finest quality.