ARCUS Studio

Community centre in The Kanto: others area

poster for ARCUS Studio

The ARCUS Project is an artist-in-residence program organized by the Ibaraki Prefectural Government that was launched in 1994 with a focus on nurturing young and mid-career visual artists and on fostering grounds for international exchange in the arts as well as in the local community. To date, 97 artists from 31 countries/regions have been invited to participate and engage in creative work, research, and cultural exchange programs. This year, which marks the 24th year since the inauguration of the project, 4 artists from 4 different countries/regions - namely Mexico, Belgium, Romania, and the United States - will participate as 3 separate artists/artist units and develop their artistic activities while based at ARCUS Studio located in Moriya City, Ibaraki. The Artist-in-Residence Program, which concentrates on the development of the artists, is complemented by ARCUS Cafe Program, which focuses on promoting exchanges and interactions between artists and the community through workshops and lectures.

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No shopHas a parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Permanent Artists/Collection

Julieta Aguinaco&Sarah Demoen, Daniel Nicolae Djamo, Curtis Tamm

Opening hours


Note:Depends on each event.

Fee

Free

Access

Address: Moriya Manabinosato, 2418 Itatoi, Moriya-shi, Ibaraki 302-0101
Phone: 0297-46-2600 Fax: 0297-46-2600

Take a bus towards Shin Moriya Station from Moriya Station on the Tsukuba Express and get off at Moriya-koko-mae.The venue is 5 minute walk from there.

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