Hi! This is Ale. Yesterday, a writer from Asahi Shimbun came all the way to Studio Kura to interview Belgian photographer currently in residence France Dubois. His article was printed in this morning’s edition of the newspaper (that’s fast!), and we were very happy that he wrote about France, her upcoming exhibition, and Studio Kura. […]
This is Ale translating Hiro’s blog Ryuichi’s talk and workshop were a success. First we made Mexican curry with all the attendants. Ryuichi had brought many spices and chili peppers from Mexico.
We are happy to announce a new exhibition from one of the artists in the Studio Kura residence program. Belgian photographer France Dubois will show the results of her stay at Studio Kura. France is based in Brussels but travels all over the world taking pictures. She has worked in Japan before, having been invited […]
Here are some pictures from Justin Lee’s exhibition Dragon landed in Itoshima, which was held from the 5th to the 7th of April. Children were playfully participating in the exhibition at the opening party.
Last month we held our fourth exhibit of student art.
These are some pictures from Thane Lund’s exhibition Not just us, which was held at Studio Kura on March 29 and march 30. The opening party saw many more people coming than expected for a rainy day!
This is Ale translating Hiro’s blog Ryuichi Yahagi, one of the best masters I’ve had in my life, will be at Studio Kura on April 19 to talk about Mexican art and teach a Mexican curry workshop. He’s a really interesting person. He runs a Japanese restaurant at Xalapa, México, and an artist in residence […]
Justin Lee cooking delicious Singaporean sa po fan Hi! This is Ale. I have some good news for you today. We have been keeping all residence slots closed in August every year, especially in mid August because of Bon Festival, but we are ready now to open two four-week slots in August every year. Feel […]
This is your third time to Studio Kura, right? Why did you choose to come to Japan again? This is my third time coming to Itoshima, and I still feel like I have a lot to explore in Itoshima. The first time I visited, everything was new to me. It was my first residence ever, […]
Justin Lee, current residence artist, will have a exhibition called “Dragon landed in Itoshima” at Studio Kura(Itoshima City) He is based in Singapore and is one of the leading artist in Asia. In Singapore, he does not only a large scale of installation but also focus on workshop working with children and exhibit the project […]