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KCUA transmit program 2021
Bodachi, installation view at Samegai, Maibara, Shiga, 2019.
KCUA transmit program 2021

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS

KCUA transmit program 2021

The annual KCUA Transmit Program features emerging artists selected from BFA, MFA, or PhD degree holders who graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts (KCUA) within the past three years. Through this program, @KCUA introduces artists emerging from the Japanese cultural capital and provides support for these artists throughout the school year (April to March). This yearʼs artists are Yudai Kitaura (2020 MFA in Urushi Lacquering), Shu Okamoto (2020 MFA in Nihonga), and Takuya Otsuki (2020 MFA in Nihonga).

Artists
Shu OkamotoTakuya OtsukiYudai KitauraBodachi
Venue
Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
Rooms
@KCUA 1, 2
Dates
2021.4.17 Sat.2021.6.6 Sun.
Open on May 3, Closed on May 6 instead
Hours
11:0019:00
Closed on
Mondays
Admission
Free admission
Curated by
Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
Organized by
Kyoto City University of Arts
Contact

Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
Phone: +81-(0)75-253-1509
Please send your inquiry from the form.

Artist Profiles

Takuya Otsuki
1989 Born in Nara
2020 MFA in Nihonga, Kyoto City University of Arts
Shu Okamoto
1995 Born in Nara
2020 MFA in Nihonga, Kyoto City University of Arts
Yudai Kitaura
1994 Born in Nara
2020 MFA in Urushi Lacquering, Kyoto City University of Arts

Artworks/Photos

Takuya Ostuki, Hanuke no Jikki, 2020.
  • Takuya Ostuki, Aima wo watatte iku, 2019.
  • Takuya Ostuki, Fukei, 2020.
Shu Okamoto, Ghosts dawn, 2019.
  • Shu Okamoto, Vertical flatbed E-1, Tomb raider, 2019.
  • Shu Okamoto, Installation view, Kiyosu City Haruhi Art Museum, 2019.
Yudai Kitaura, Tsuki Aun, 2021.
  • Yudai Kitaura, Saisei, 2020.
  • Yudai Kitaura, Monookuri, 2020.
  • Bodachi
  • Bodachi, the performance at Rohm Theatre Kyoto, 2017.
Bodachi, installation view at Samegai, Maibara, Shiga, 2019.