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Association-sponsored performance

Magome Writers' Village Fantasy Theater Festival 2021 "Illustrations of Hanako to Anne, Kashitaro and Tom Sawyer" Exhibition

This exhibition is a related project of "OTA Art Project Magome Writers' Village Fancy Theater Festival 12 ~ Theater Performance & Talk Event" to be held on December 5th (Sun)!

Do you know Magome Writers' Village, which can be said to be a cultural heritage of Ota Ward?
About 90 years ago, from the end of the Taisho era to the beginning of the Showa era, there was an area where a wide variety of cultural figures such as novelists and painters gathered and lived and interacted with each other in Omori, Ota Ward.
This is an exhibition that introduces the excellent translations of two translators, Hanako Muraoka (1893-1968) and Kinetaro Yoshida (1894-1957), who lived in Magome Writers' Village, with illustrations.Five illustrators have drawn illustrations for this exhibition, featuring the famous scenes of Hanako Muraoka's "Anne of Green Gables" and Kinetaro Yoshida's "Adventures of Tom Sawyer".Please enjoy with the excellent translation of the translator related to Ota Ward.

Click here for details on Magome Writers' Village Fantasy Theater Festival 2021

Efforts regarding new coronavirus infection (please check before visiting)

From August 2021, 12 (Wed) to August 1, 12 (Sun)

Schedule 10: 00 ~ 22: 00
Venue Daejeon Bunkanomori Exhibition Corner
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Admission free

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Yoshitomo Yokoyama (illustrator)
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MARU (illustrator)
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Rinko Hara (illustrator)
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Aya Mizuta (illustrator)
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Mina Arakaki (artist)

Yoshitomo Yokoyama (illustrator)

Illustrator / designer / junior college part-time lecturer.After working at the design office, became independent as a graphic designer in 2009.Since then, he has been in charge of a wide range of projects such as advertising, WEB, and town development.At the same time, in 2011, he opened a general store that doubles as an antenna shop. "I was blessed with clients who liked the retro illustrations that I had produced independently, and now my main job is to create designs that focus on illustrations. I want to do a solo exhibition or make something like a picture book. I think."

MARU (illustrator)

Born in 1996.Graduated from Joshibi University of Art and Design.He specializes in antique illustrations, and is in charge of magazines such as Zexy, JJ, non-no, with, and FUDGE.jp on the WEB, focusing on women's lifestyles.

Tomoko Hara (illustrator)

Born in Nagano prefecture.Graduated from Tama Art University Graphic Design Department. Graduated from MJ Illustrations.Active as a freelance illustrator since 2017.By drawing multiple painting materials on paper while mixing them, he provides illustrations for advertisements, WEB, packages, music jackets, etc., mainly for editorial books and magazines.Presented original works at solo exhibitions, group exhibitions and events. A solo exhibition will be held in 2022 for the first time in three years.

Aya Mizuta (illustrator)

Since high school, he has been studying painting at the studio Rousseau sponsored by his father, a painter.Continues production while holding solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, and winning contests. Stay in Canada from 2011 to 2015.Recently, he won the silver prize at the JIA Illustration Award 2021.In recent years, he held a solo exhibition at Bloom Coffee Okinawa in 2020, and exhibited "Independently produced books and scrapbook exhibition" at the book and coffee in the pot in 2021 (Ito City).

Mina Arakaki (artist)

Born in Ota Ward.Graduated from Musashino Art University, Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Oil Painting in 2008.Using the motifs of things found in the darkness and light of the night, dwellings, daily life and the environment, he mainly creates paintings, empty boxes and paper bags. Solo exhibitions at Hasu no hana (2014), German Cultural Center OAG Lobby (2018), Gallery 58 (2020, etc.), Tama River Open Atelier (2015, 2017), Local Female Tablets Exhibition (Gallery Minami) Participated in various exhibitions such as Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2020).

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Mie Muraoka (English literary and translator)
Eri Muraoka (writer)