【Press Release】NORA HAIR SALON｜”HERALBONY ART EXHIBITION – JINENJO CLUB -” is now being held in conjunction with Autism Awareness Day.
The art exhibition “HERALBONY ART EXHIBITION – JINENJO CLUB -” was held at NORA HAIR SALON (Minami Aoyama) in conjunction with World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. This page introduces carefully selected works of art released from the “JINENJO CLUB”, a welfare facility in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture. In the midst of the call for self-imposed restrictions on going outside due to the new coronavirus, the online museum has been opened to the public at the same time so that it can be seen by a wider audience.
●Online art museum opens with ‘NOTE’
With the spread of the new coronavirus, it has become difficult to actually get people to come out and see the work and hold events. In order for as many people as possible to enjoy the works of art, we have opened an online art museum on “note”, where you can enjoy the works on display at NORA HAIR SALON along with the artist’s story. 【NOTE | Online Art Museum】
●What is World Autism Awareness Day?
Every year, April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, which is designated by the United Nations. Each Member State is required to raise awareness of children with autism so that their families and society as a whole can better understand them. In Japan, the period from April 2 to April 8 has been designated as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Week, and efforts are being made to help people understand autism. The symbolic color for World Autism Awareness Day is “blue,” which represents healing and hope. To coincide with World Autism Awareness Day, “Light It Up Blue” events are being held around the world to light up landmarks and other landmarks in blue.
●HERALBONY ART EXHIBITION -JINENJO CLUB-
Monday, March 30, 2020 – Saturday, May 30, 2020
@ NORA HAIR SALON (Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
・About 40 works of art from Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture’s Natsuna Club (available for purchase)
・HERALBONY’s art handkerchief, art scarf