We interviewed Max Nalevansky, one of our current artists in residence. We heard this is your first artist in residence program. Why did you choose Japan for such an important milestone? I was interested in Japan’s countryside landscapes and environment. I just wanted to take a movie in Asia. After Studio Kura I’m going to […]
Hi! This is Ale translating Hiro’s blog post. Kenji Makizono, the hope of Itoshima’s art scene, just came back from a two-month residence in Bangladesh. And he will be talking about it at Studio Kura. Please come and meet the new, powered up Kenji! I think he will tell us a lot of interesting things, […]
We had current resident artist Kerry Lessard (USA) show us her workplace. It’s been a while since we last had an artist that does oil painting all day, so we’re looking forward to her work!
Hi! This is Ale translating a blog post from Hiro. Happy new year! I hope this will be a great year for everyone. My aim for this year is to become a master scheduler. I know it’s against my nature, but I’m going to give it a try. If you ever see me underprepared, please […]
Hi! This is Ale translating Hiro’s Japanese post. Today I’m writing about Thomas Hadland’s exhibition, which took place at the end of last month. There, he showed photographic works capturing Shinto shrines at night in a magical light.
Let’s spend a post sharing Antariksa’s Indonesian translation for one of our posts. We really appreciate this, Antariksa! Akhir penghujung tahun 2013 akan segera tiba. Di tahun 2013, sebanyak 16 seniman telah datang dan mengikuti program residensi di Studio Kura. Mereka tidak hanya enerjik dan fantastis, namun mereka juga membagikan semangat mereka kepada kita semua. […]
2013 is almost ending. In 2013, 16 artists stayed at Studio Kura and took part in the Studio Kura Residence Program. They are all fantastic and energetic, and they shared their energy with us. Many things happened through 2013. I am so thankful to all neighbors, Studio Kura staff, Studio Kura students and Itoshima Arts […]