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Special Workshop by Hirofumi Adachi “I’m Picasso! And I Am Too!”

Sat., May.12.2018

During this event, participants draw one another’s faces, starting with nothing but a blank canvas and colored markers. Artist Hirofumi Adachi provides commentary. After the participants finish their spontaneous works of art, they are placed on display in the 1F Gallery of the museum.

Date/Venue
Sat., May.12.2018 / Soka Seminar Room, 1F Mori Shusui Museum of Art
Co-Organizer: The Kitanippon Shimbun
Number of Participants: 15 pairs* (selected through ticket lottery applications mailed in beforehand)
*Each pair consists of one child age 6 or older and one adult guardian (parent or otherwise).
Fee: ¥1,500 per pair (includes materials and museum admission)

How to Apply: Applications accepted via double postcard with pre-paid return postage. One application per pair. To apply, send in a double postcard with your postal code, address, names (child and adult guardian, and phonetic readings), ages, and telephone number clearly written on it.
Send Applications To: Person in Charge of Hirofumi Adachi Special Workshop
Mori Shusui Museum of Art, 1-3-6 Sengoku-machi, Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture 930-0066
Application Deadline: Must arrive by Mon., Apr. 30
Lottery Results: Notification of lottery results will be provided on or around Wed., May 2

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