Onoyama Kazuyo's Exhibit- Expressing the hidden emotions in fabric-
Ayanasu Art Exhibition Small Works -Tabletop Landscapes- Onoyama Kazuyo is a textile artist on a mission -- to "show the hidden emotion of fabric". Enjoy the etherial, sunlit space of the art center, along with the exhibition of artworks from the graduate students and teachers of the Osaka University of the Arts (Textiles). The small pieces are displayed in groups on 60 cm displays, but each seems to come from its own universe. There are several events planned during the exhibition as well, and workshops for children as well as talk sessions with the exhibitors and critics will be provided.

The display will run for 24 days from January 9th (Monday) 2017 ~ February 5th (Sunday) excluding
buisness holidays Time: Open 10:00 AM ~ 6:00 PM (Reception open until 5:30 PM)
Buisness Holidayy: Every Monday (On holidays the museum will be closed the next day instead)
Exhibition Location: Itami City Art Center Planning Exhibition Room / Exhibition Room B Miyanomae 2-5-28
Itami City Hyogo Prefecture
Tel: 072-772-5557
Fax: 072-772-5558
http://mac-itami.com


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