Hi! This is Ale. I was reading Mainichi Shinbun like I like to do every morning and I was surprised to find an article about Studio Kura’s Artist in Residence program! You can see Peter Granser, Hiro and Bernhard Sitompul on the picture. Read the article in Japanese at Manichi Shinbun’s site. (Or try to […]
Hi! This is Hiro. Last weekend we gave a workshop that was the third collaboration between Studio Kura and children’s clothes shop Kids Again. We recycled old clothes and cardboard boxes to make an all new house! Mothers joined too, and the imagination of every family gave birth to a beautiful house.
Hi! This is Ale. An artist from Indonesia, Bernhard studied at 3dsense Media School in Singapore. There, he won the 3dsense-Kura Artistic Residency Award which sent him right here.
Peter Granser’s exhibition: „Schattenfelder“ We are proud to announce that Studio Kura Gallery will be exhibiting the work Peter Granser did while while in residence at Studio Kura. Peter is an internationally known Austrian photographer based in Germany’s Stuttgart, and he is here thanks to the help the Austrian Cultural Forum granted him. He was […]
Hello, this is Hiro. Today I am writing to you about Peter Granser’s talk event which took place yesterday at konya2023.
Hi! This is Hiro. Our current artist in residence, photographer Peter Granser, will be talking this Wednesday the 15th of May at konya2023. It will be about his past projects and his work in Itoshima. You can expect a detailed talk, about what the internationally acclaimed photographer who gave birth to books like Sun City […]
Let’s spend a post sharing Antariksa’s Indonesian translation for a blog post. Paul Nicholson / UK Animator 2D dari Inggris. Dia mulai membuat animasi pada 2007, dan telah terliat dalam banyak proyek, di berbagai tempat, seperti Shanghai dan London. Beberapa di antara karyanya adalah The Amazing World of Gumball dan Scooby Doo. Residensi di Studio […]
Hello! This is Hiro. This is what Paul Nicholson’s exhibition looked like on the opening day, April 28th. Paul was very happy because many people came to the party. He even said it in Japanese: meccha tanoshikatta!
Two friends from Itoshima Arts Farm interviewed English 2D animator Paul Nicholson, who is currently in residence at Studio Kura. You can read the original Japanese version at the Ito Arts Farm website. This is Ale’s translation, so even though the interview on this post is in English it may not be exactly his words. […]
Hi! This is Ale bringing you good news again. Fukuoka International Association Rainbow Plaza is an organization doing great efforts in the area of international exchange, giving information and helping out both Japanese and foreigners. And you may want to have a look at this month’s Foreign Language Newsletter Rainbow (No. 325), as the Itoshima […]