We are happy to announce an American visual artist Gwynessa Balvanz’s felting workshop at Studio Kura in the end of this January. Gwynessa lives and works in San Francisco, where the temperature is around 10-15 degrees in this period, so she seemed to enjoy to see snow although the coldness here might be tough for […]
We are happy to announce Abandoned Wishes, an exhibition by Gwynessa Balvanz, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura. Gwynessa Balvanz is a visual artist specialised in painting and scupture. Living and working in San Francisco, she received her BA degree at University of California Santa Cruz, and then her […]
We are happy to announce FAMILY MOUNTAIN, an exhibition by Rob Ball, as a result of his activity during his stay at Studio Kura. Rob Ball is a Melbourne-based artist and community cultural development producer working in sculpture, socially engaged art practice and creative place-making. He completed graduate studies in visual arts at the Victorian […]
We are happy to announce YUKI NO KO, an exhibition by Betty T Doll, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura. Betty T Doll is an Australian artist specialized in painting. She got a MFA from The University of Western Australia, and a Master of Visual Arts from The University […]
We are happy to announce The Path to the Ginger’s Spirit, an exhibition by Sarah Bertrand-Hamel, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura. Sarah Bertrand-Hamel is a Canadian artist based in Montreal, specialized in papermaking, drawing and installation. She got a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Laval University, and a […]
Studio Kura had individual exhibition by Jessica Skupa, who were participated in our Artist in Residency program, on December 24-26th in 2015. On the closing day, we had an artist talk as well as mochi-pounding (mochi-tsuki).
Here is a photo report about Jessica Skupa’s ’s Paper Snowflakes Workshop held on December 19(Sat)! The workshop went successfully and Jessica taught children by showing how to hold paper in a certain way, cutting to make some snowflake patterns and decorating the surfaces on!
Studio Kura had individual exhibitions by three Australian female artists who were participated in our Artist in Residency program in the end of November 2015. On the opening day, the Talk Tour took place in several places; the gallery, a studio and a residence house. The tour began by Sarah Webber from Sydney, who exhibited […]
We are happy to announce Meet you at 3, an exhibition by Jessica Skupa, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura. Jessica Skupa is an American footwear desiner based in Alaska. Studing at the University of the Arts, London College of Fashion for footwear design and development in England, Skupa […]
We are happy to announce an American footwear designer Jessica Skupa’s paper snowflakes workshop at Studio Kura in this winter season. Jessica came from Alaska where the temparature is below 40 degrees Celsius in a severe winter. Her workshops will be held twice on Dec 19(Sat).