Tokyo University of the Arts 130th Anniversary "Gai Daichakai 2017"
Tokyo University of the Arts Waiting & 130th Anniversary Exhibition Space Design

Hashimoto was in charge of the space design of the waiting space for the large seats of the arts and the exhibition design of the materials related to the Tokyo Fine Arts School, which is the event for the 130th anniversary of Tokyo University of the Arts.

The waiting room for the large seats is a space where you can wait while watching the exhibition of the chashaku made by the teachers of the Graduate School of Fine Arts. The forest in the Ouchi area, commonly known as the Oku no Hosomichi, is scanned by Professor Risaku Suzuki of the Department of Advanced Art and Expression, and printed on kraft paper, which is an inexpensive material, on the entire wall. I thought I would feel it. I exhibited it with respect, imagining that it was a tree that had been watching over the land for over 130 years. On the front of the room, the title "Therefore" written by Dean Katsuhiko Hibino was printed on kraft paper and arranged. Beside that, we had you decorate the wind furnace front sword and jujube of Professor Yuji Tezuka, a professor of Japanese painting who is also the founder of this tea ceremony.

If you are a university student, you should sit in a drawing chair (box chair) where the waiting people sit, and be aware of the connection with the large plaster room, which is the next large seat in the arts. did.

It became a space created by collaboration with many teachers' works, and we made a luxurious collaboration.

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Tokyo University of the Arts "Therefore" Overview

The Book of Tea (1906) by Tenshin Okakura, the second principal of Tokyo Fine Arts School, the predecessor of Tokyo University of the Arts, is still being read as a masterpiece that conveys the heart of Japanese tea.
At Tokyo University of the Arts, we are aiming to inherit the spirit of Japanese culture and create new artistic expressions. In 2017, which marked the 130th anniversary of its founding, a tea ceremony was held by the tea ceremony Iemoto, the Kyoto Art Club, the Tokyo Art Club, and the University Tea Ceremony Club.

At the same time, an exhibition of creative tea ceremonies and concerts by teachers were held at the exhibition hall.

Planning details

Iemoto Seat Tokyo University of the Arts Masaki Memorial Hall

In commemoration of the achievements of Naohiko Masaki (1862-1940), the 5th principal of the Tokyo Academy of Fine Arts, also known as a tea master, at the Masaki Memorial Hall built in 1935, a four-school house An original tea ceremony was held.

October 7, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Omotesenke Suspicious Tea Dark Tea October 8, 2017 (Sun) 10: 00-15: 00 Urasenke Kyoan Dark Tea 2017 10 Mon 14 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Mushakojisenke Kyouan Dark Tea October 21, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Enshu Chado Souya Dark Tea

Art Club Seat Tokyo National Museum Okyokan

The Okyokan, which was built as the Shoin of the Tendai sect temple and Myogenin and was relocated to the residence of Masuda Takashi, who was known as a modern tea master, was donated to the Tokyo National Museum. The ink painting by is drawn.
A tea party with masterpieces was held by the Kyoto Art Club and the Tokyo Art Club.

October 7, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Kyoto Art Club Seat Light Tea October 8, 2017 (Sun) 10: 00-15: 00 Kyoto Art Club Seat Light Tea October 14, 2017 Sunday (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo Art Club Seat Light Tea October 21, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo Art Club Seat Light Tea

Tokyo University of the Arts Faculty of Fine Arts Large plaster room

The large plaster room, where many plaster statues such as Samothrace's Nike are exhibited, is used to educate students who want to become artists. This time, an installation by Professor Tsuyoshi Ozawa (advanced artistic expression), tea utensils by professors in the Department of Crafts, and a waiting room by Professor Kazuyuki Hashimoto (design) have appeared.

October 7, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo University of the Arts Urasenke Tea Ceremony Club Light Tea Ritsurei October 8, 2017 (Sun) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo University of the Arts Urasenke Tea Ceremony Club Light Tea Ritsurei October 14, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo University of the Arts Urasenke Tea Ceremony Club Light Tea Ritsurei October 21, 2017 (Sat) 10: 00-15: 00 Tokyo University of the Arts Urasenke Tea Ceremony Club Urasenke

● Session: October 7th (Sat), 8th (Sun), 14th (Sat), 21st (Sat), 2017
● Venue: Tokyo University of the Arts Masaki Memorial Hall Large plaster room, Faculty of Fine Arts Tokyo National Museum Okyokan