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[End of recruitment]Reiwa 5rd year OTA Art Meeting

“OTA Art Meeting” is an online meeting that started in 2 as a place for residents to interact and invite guests and lecturers.
The purpose is to listen to a wide range of opinions and requests, share information on cultural and artistic activities, and build new networks.
We aim to create opportunities for independent cultural and artistic activities, and to revitalize cultural and artistic activities in Ota Ward and make the area more attractive.

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Recommendations for art activities @ Ota Ward《Diversity x Art》

In these days when diversity is required, opportunities for people with disabilities to come into contact with culture and art, and to be active in these fields, are increasing, with the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics as an opportunity.This time, we will invite guests who support activities and initiatives in the field to talk about diversity and art in Ota City.We will explore what diversity means and the future possibilities and initiatives for people with disabilities and art.

Dates 2024 year 2 month 8 day (Thursday) 18: 30 to 20: 00
Venue Ota Civic Hall/Aprico Small Hall
Performer Yuna Ogino (artist)
Yuki Yashiki (MUJI Granduo Kamata Manager)
Noboru Tomizawa et al. (Ota City Shimoda Welfare Center Management Section Chief)
Moderator Nomori Shimamura, Director of Cultural Arts Promotion Division, Ota City Cultural Promotion Association
cost Free to join
Capacity Approximately 50 people (if the number of participants exceeds the capacity, a lottery will be held)
Application period Must arrive by 2024:1 between Thursday, January 4, 1 and Thursday, January 25, 23 *Recruitment has ended.
*All applicants will be notified of their success or failure by email around February 2st (Thursday).
How to apply Please apply using the application form below.
Contact Public Relations and Public Hearing Department, Culture and Arts Promotion Division, Ota City Cultural Promotion Association
TEL: 03-6429-9851


Yuna Ogino (artist)

Born in Tokyo in 1982.He primarily creates semi-abstract paintings using flowers and people as motifs.In recent years, he has exhibited numerous oil and acrylic paintings both domestically and internationally, including in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States.In addition to exhibitions, he also works on live painting, murals, and graphic design. In June 2023, Kyuryudo Publishing will publish “Traces of Life,” the second collection of his works. After completing graduate school at Tokyo University of the Arts in 6, worked as an art instructor at private junior high and high schools in Tokyo. From 2007-2010 he served as a teaching and research assistant at Tokyo University of the Arts. In 2012, together with members of the Ota Ward Training Society, we launched a class called ``Workshop Nokonoko,'' where anyone can create art in the same place, and currently holds classes three Fridays a month at Saport Pia in Ota Ward with two instructors. Are active.

Yuki Yashiki (MUJI Granduo Kamata Manager)

Lives in Tokyo.He has previously held managerial positions at MUJI stores across the country, including Lazona Kawasaki, Canal City Hakata, Shinjuku, and Grand Front Osaka. From August 2023, he will be working at MUJI Granduo Kamata.He has used MUJI stores as a platform to connect with the local community and promote indigenization, such as by holding a painting exhibition together with the Ota Ward Shimoda Welfare Center.

Noboru Tomizawa et al. (Ota City Shimoda Welfare Center Management Section Chief)


Born in 1964 in Ota-ku, Tokyo. After graduating from university, he worked for a private company before joining Ota Ward Office in 1988. In 2019, he was transferred to Ota City Shimoda Welfare Center. As the person in charge of the Ota Ward Production Activities Support Facility Liaison Committee (Omusubi Liaison Committee), he is working to improve the wages and social participation of people using facilities for people with disabilities in the ward.