Workshop “Etsu Egami: Did you get it?”
Date(s) : Sunday, October 16, 2022
Time : 13:00 - 15:00
In this workshop, the artist Etsu Egami will lead participants in a “misunderstanding game” during which they will be asked to describe or give some impression of something to the next person who then passes along their impression to the next person until it comes to the last person to draw a picture based on the information passed to him or her. In this process of conveying information, there will be much fun shared among the participants regarding the final results produced, as well as the miscommunications that arise. Through interaction with the artist and her work, they will also experience new approaches towards artistic expression.
*This event is being held as part the Education Program of the 2022 AIR Art Project organized by Gunma prefecture.
Venue: Hara Museum ARC
Artist: Etsu Egami
Capacity: 20 people (reservation required) *Children with their parents are also welcome.
Target: Elementary school aged and older
Fee: Free (includes admission to Hara Museum ARC)
Admission fee is required for accompanying persons. Adults: 1,100 yen, Students: 700 yen (high school and university) or 500 yen (elementary and junior high).
What to bring: Beverage, face mask, casual clothing that is okay to be soiled.
Application: Please apply with the form at the following website: https://forms.gle/1UPebYTruthDftJ89
https://seaoftime.org/ *Reservations will be closed when the capacity has been reached.
*Measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus will be taken. We ask that participants cooperate by wearing an appropriate mask, disinfecting their hands, and taking their temperature in advance.
*Please note that photos and videos of the event may be taken and published on YouTube or the websites of the prefectural government and organizing bodies, etc.
Sponsored by: Gunma Prefectural Education and Culture Foundation, Gunma Prefecture, Hara Museum ARC
Supported by: Gunma Prefecture Board of Education
Inquiries: Cultural Division of the Gunma Education and Culture Foundation / TEL. 027-224-3960
In 2021, Egami was the youngest person ever to be included in the art category of Forbes Asia’s 30 UNDER 30. Representing the third generation of post war contemporary Japanese artists, she was invited to give a talk at Pennsylvania State University. She is an internationally active contemporary artist whose recent activities include participation in VOCA Exhibition 2020 (The Ueno Royal Museum), solo exhibitions in Germany, Paris, and New York, and a solo exhibition currently on view at the Woodone Museum of Art in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima.