【Event】HERALBONY #ZoomArtMuseum 2nd -JINENJO CLUB-
HERALBONY #ZoomArtMuseum -JINENJO CLUB- exhibition will be held from June 6 (Sat.) to June 28 (Sun.).
The HERALBONY #ZoomArtMuseum has already had more than 700 people come to the exhibition.
HERALBONY #ZoomArtMuseum -JINENJO CLUB- is a collaboration with JINENJO CLUB in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, and the cast of HERALBONY will continue to bring you 40 minutes of real time stories and artworks by the artists. We hope you’ll enjoy the variety of artworks on Zoom.
In addition, on Saturday, June 20, from 3:00 p.m., the artists introduced in this exhibition will also appear in real time and talk about their artworks to celebrate the exhibition.
About JINENJO CLUB
Tai Museum, operated by JINENJO Club, was established in December 2001 after renovating a local rice warehouse made of stone. It has two rooms, a theater and an atelier, and is a place of expression for people with intellectual handicaps.
In addition to the “Expression Workshop” held every Tuesday and Thursday morning, they have a wide range of creative activities, including exhibitions of grass and wood dyeing and painting, music, drama, dance, recitation, and drumming. Each year, they hold an arts festival in the spring and fall.
Through performances in Europe, they have deepened exchanges with art organizations that practice Art Differencie (the art of different talents), and in 2009, he was awarded the Global Citizen Award by the Japan Foundation.
About the exhibition
Dates: June 6 (Sat) – June 28 (Sun), 2020
Part 1: 10:00 – 10:40
Part 2: 15:00 – 15:40
Part 3: 20:00 – 20:40 (Weekdays, Part 3 only)
Closed: Wednesday and Thursday
Place: Zoom (Upon completion of your application, you will receive the Zoom URL for the exhibition along with an automatic booking confirmation email.)
Art Direction : Atsushi Morita (Paper Parade)
Admission : Free
Capacity: 20 people each time
Note: On Sunday, June 28 from 8:00 p.m., an exhibition will be held in conjunction with Sign Language Interpretation and UD Talk.
Details : Click here （in Japanese)