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ART QUAKE — INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION

ART QUAKE — INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION.

WE CREATE TO INSPIRE! WE INSPIRE TO CREATE PEACE!
ART QUAKE IS AN INITIATIVE TO PROVIDE A PLATFORM FOR ARTISTS FOR GLOBAL EXCHANGE OF CREATIVE TALENTS AND IDEAS. INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS WILL DISCOVER AND INTERACT WITH THE RICH CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC HERITAGE OF KYOTO, WHICH IS ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE AND INTERESTING ART CAPITALS OF THE WORLD. LIKEWISE, IN ATTRACTING DIVERSE WORKS OF ART FROM KNOWN AND RESPECTED ARTISTS WORLDWIDE, THIS EVENT ALSO BRINGS TO KYOTO AND ITS RESIDENTS A MULTI-CULTURAL EXPERIENCE AS WELL AS SHOWCASE KYOTO AND ITS MYRIAD ARTISTIC TREASURES TO THE WORLD THRU A JURIED INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION.

Date: 26 August — 1 September 2019.

Applications for the İnternational Art Exhibition ART QUAKE are open.
Applications for participation will only be accepted through the official website or email art.quake.kyoto@gmail.com
www.artquakekyoto.com

CAMI MAH. PAPAZ CESME SK,
SARAY SITESI 34/2
TUZLA, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
art.quake.kyoto@gmail.com
Tel: +90 216 446 40 74
Gsm: +90 535 820 07 33

KYOTO
ABOUT THE MUSEUM OF KYOTO

The Museum of Kyoto which was designed as a general cultural facility plays an important role in introducing the culture of Kyoto. This cultural facility presents the history and culture of Kyoto with a permanent exhibition divided into three sections: 1)a historical museum introducing history and culture, 2) an art gallery displaying works of painters of Japanese painting and Western painting, sculptors and artisans associated with Kyoto, and 3) a hall for showing films associated with Kyoto. Special Exhibitions, giving unique and fascinating displays on many different topics are also held year round.

The annex, which once served as the Kyoto Branch of the farmer Bank of Japan, and was designated as an important cultural property, represents one of typical western-style buildings in the Meiji Period (1868-1912). At the tearoom located in the annex, which was used as a large safe back then, people can enjoy refreshments amid a nostalgic atmosphere.

In addition, artists and groups put their works on show in a special gallery space.

Visitors can enjoy shopping and dining in the Mercantile Street «Roji Tempo», where a scene typical of streets and houses of Kyoto in the latter part of the Edo era was reproduced.

LOCATION

The Museum of Kyoto is located in Nakagyou-ku one of Kyoto’s lively, central wards. It is one of the great centers of tourism, shopping and entertainment in Kyoto encompassing all of the Kawaramachi area, as well as the Nijo Palace district to the east. Kawaramachi is a well-known shopping district within Kyoto, with subway and street level boutiques, retail outlets and traditional craft stores. All three of Kyoto’s major festivals take place here: the Aoi Matsuri, Gion Matsuri and Jidai Matsuri. There are also many places of interest, including the Honnoji Temple, Nijo Palace and Nijo Temple, as well as the Kaleidoscope and International Manga museum. The Kamogawa Odori is also held in this ward at the Ponto-cho Kaburencho Theatre. Ponto-cho is in its own right a famous area, where glimpses of geisha can be caught as they make their way to by-appointment only teahouses in the early evening.

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