Event schedule

Kyoto Art Center

10:00-22:00

546-2 Yamabushiyama-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 604-8156
www.kac.or.jp
Information:Tel. 075-213-1000
Access:5 minute walk from exit 24 at Shijo Station on the Karasuma subway line.

[Auditorium]
16:00-17:30
KAC Performing Arts Program2016 / Music

Listening to the Voice of Feng Shui
Musical Performance: Yannick Paget

This is a small group ensemble concert, using Feng Shui as a theme of design for time and space where voices are the predominant feature.
Performers; Yannick Paget, Denys Vyshnia, Maki Ota
*Reservation Available
                                                                                                                                              

[Multi-purpose Hall]
19:30-20:30

A.lter S.essio『LOSS (solo) 』 & 『ENSEMBLE -version Kyoto - 』

From the Kyoto Art Center’s Artist in Residence Program selected artist A.lter S.essio comes a dance performance titled 『LOSS (solo) 』, which will be performed along with the Kyoto based work 『ENSEMBLE - version Kyoto - 』.
Performers: A.lter S.essio (Fabrice Planquette, 2006VK), Yum Keiko Takayama)
*Reservations Available


[Japanese-style Room “Meirin”]
12:00 -22:00

Exhibition: Kyoto Contemporary × Les Ateliers de Paris

This exhibition features innovative new products realized through a collaboration between skillful craftspeople in Kyoto and cutting-edge designers in Paris.
Exhibitors: Nishimura Yuzen Chokoku, Kumagaisoushoten Co. Ltd., Maruwa Co., Ltd., Yoshiha Yohei, etc.

Exhibition Period: 10/1-10/9 (After 10/1 the entry time changes to 12:00-20:00)
*Open every day during the exhibition period
*10/1 (Sat) is open until 22:00

[North Gallery & South Gallery]
10:00 -22:00

Whom Hole Travel- a journey through fluctuating space-time

DOMANI- The Art of Tomorrow Plus x Kyoto Art Center
First showing of works created through the Domani-the Art of the Future program outside of Tokyo. The program hosted by the Cultural Affairs Agency sends up-and-coming artists to receive training overseas. The theme of this exhibition is travel and viewers will see what great strides each artist has taken in their works completed in Japan after returning from their overseas training.

Artists: Aiko Miyanaga, Takehito Koganezawa, Kengo Kito, Aki Nagasaka
Exhibition Period: 9/17-10/16* (10:00-20:00 except on 10/1)
*Open every day during the exhibition period

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