Gallery on the Hill - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Gallery on the Hill. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Koichi Uchida “Sarugaku Continued”

    Koichi Uchida “Sarugaku Continued”

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    • Media: Painting - Ceramics - Party
    • 2019-02-15 - 2019-02-24

    Displaying and selling two-dimensional works incorporating ceramics and other materials. These works are based on the artist’s aesthetic studies on travels around the world.More »

  • poster for The Taiichi Kirimoto You Don’t Know

    The Taiichi Kirimoto You Don’t Know

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    • Media: Product - Crafts
    • 2017-04-11 - 2017-04-16

    Introducing designer Taiichi Kirimoto’s personal collection of design merchandise. More »

  • poster for Ellie Omiya “Emotional Journey”

    Ellie Omiya “Emotional Journey”

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    • Media: Painting - Drawing
    • 2015-02-03 - 2015-02-15

    Venues: Hillside Terrace, HIllside Forum [Related Events] Mini-Concert and Live Drawing Date: Feb. 3 (Tues) 20:30 Performers: Ellie Omiya and Yuichi Ohata Talk and Mini-Concert Date: Feb. 13...More »

  • poster for Koichi Uchida “In Sarugaku”

    Koichi Uchida “In Sarugaku”

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    • Media: Ceramics - Party - Talks
    • 2014-07-28 - 2014-08-10

    Displaying and selling around 400 works by the contemporary ceramicist Koichi Uchida, including tableware, tea sets, and objects d’art made with clay from the Sarugaku area, where Daikanyama Hillside Terrace...More »

  • poster for “In the Rainbow”

    “In the Rainbow”

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    • Media: Fashion
    • 2014-06-25 - 2014-06-29

    Mamelon creates nature-themed accessories from silver and ten-karat gold, while artist Michiko Fujita compiles cloth, wood, silk thread, and other materials in her works. Their installation art transcends...More »

  • poster for “Toshinoichi”

    “Toshinoichi”

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2013-10-29 - 2013-11-04

    “Toshinoichi” was the name given to the end of year market during the Edo period, a place in which to gather all the tools and accessories needed for the new year celebrations. This exhibition features...More »

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