Kiyoharu Jomon Exhibition: Art in the Age of Invisibility – Akira Wakita and more.
2022.3.15(sun) - 2022.4.3(sun)
The Hokuto Art Programme has closed.
The Hokuto Art Programme has opened.
HOKUTO ART PROGRAM ed.1
2021.10.30(sat) - 2021.12.12(sun)
‘Love is the greatest refreshment in life.’ ── Pablo Picasso / David Douglas Duncan
2021.8.7(sat) - 2021.12.12(sun)
2020.10.24(wed) - 2022.5.9(sun)
Shigeo Miyagi, Ryukyuan dancer (Kumi Odori) performed at Kiyoharu Art Colony produced by the filmmaker, Naomi Kawase (Act 2)
Shigeo Miyagi, Ryukyuan dancer (Kumi Odori) performed at Kiyoharu Art Colony produced by the filmmaker, Naomi Kawase (Act 1)
The front garden of the restaurant, “stove”, which is placed next to Kiyoharu Art Colony was featured in the April 2022 issue of Fujingaho (Japanese Women Magazine) published by Hearst Fujingaho.￼
Notice of Extension of the exhibition “Kiyoharu Jomon Exhibition -Art in the age of invisibility”￼
A book review of Hiromi Yoshii’s “Art Thinking: Starting from <Question>” was published (Sankei Shimbun News, February 27, 2022).
2072 Nakamaru, Nagasaka-cho, Hokuto-shi, Yamanashi
10:00-17:00 Last Admission 16:30
New Year Holidays and Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a national holiday)
Adult ¥1,500 (¥1,400)
High School & College Students ¥1,000 (¥900)
Elementary & Middle School Students Free
*Adults with disabilities ¥1,000 (900)
Admission is free for students with disabilities.
Both require certification when buying tickets.
Accompanying care giver ¥500 (400)
*The fees in parentheses are for group tickets (for party of 20 people or more).
*Admission fee includes entrance to the Kiyoharu Shirakaba Museum and the Museum of the Light.