It’s hot and very sunny in Itoshima! If only all this sunlight could be turned into electricity… So, we installed solar panels on the second residence house! All further artists will be welcomed by ecologic energy.
We are happy to announce from little things big things grow, an exhibition by Mia Mala McDonald, in which she will show work she did during her residence at Studio Kura. Mia Mala McDonald is an Australian freelance photographer/video artist based in Melbourne. Her work investigates our psychological connection to places and, in particular, how […]
We are happy to announce Shibuya, dreams and scapeshifts, an exhibition by Philippe Caron Lefebvre, in which he will show work he did during his residence at Studio Kura. Philippe Caron Lefebvre is a Canadian artist based in Montréal. His art has been shown in Canada and Mexico. Philippe Caron Lefebvre Shibuya, dreams and scapeshifts […]
We are happy to announce 地衣類と, an exhibition by Liliane Zumkemi, in which she will show work she did during her residence at Studio Kura. Liliane Zumkemi was born in the Swiss Alps. From 2000 until 2009 she lived and worked in South East Asia. In 2007 she exhibited her Bangkok Smell Project in Yokohama, […]
When one firsts comes to Studio Kura from Fukuoka Airport or from JR Hakata Station, the recommended means is by train. Riding the subway is not too hard, and the train will take you to Ikisan Station, a 20 minute walk to Studio Kura. Most of this is explained on our guide from the Airport […]
Hiro made sliding doors for the atelier at Residence House 1.