Art Course:
Drawing Dragons in Sumi-e
~ Experience Japanese Painting ~

2024年4月21日(日) 13:00~15:30

Art course ‘Still life drawing’

➀ April 18, 2024 (Thursday) ② April 20, 2024 (Saturday)

Let’s paint pictures on the glass
at ATLIA

Saturday, April 27, 2024 - Sunday, May 5, 2024

Let’s paint with various colors
watercolor sketch.

Tuesday, May 3, 2024

ATLIA Kawaguchi Art Gallery

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Facility Rentals

At Kawaguchi Art Gallery ATLIA, we provide rental services for Exhibition Rooms A and B, as well as the Studio. These spaces are available for various art activities, including showcasing your artworks and engaging in different artistic endeavors. We welcome you to utilize these venues as platforms for your artistic expressions.

Four Visions

1
A Place for Inheriting and Creating Regional Culture
Through exhibitions and events, we will actively introduce art related to Kawaguchi and the surrounding areas, as well as the people involved in it. In particular, Kawaguchi aims to appreciate art that is linked to the manufacturing industry and develop projects that allow visitors to experience the joy of living.
2
A Place for Learning and Interaction through Art
We will provide a wide range of art learning opportunities, including lectures and workshops, for people of all ages, from children to adults. We will collaborate with various individuals and organizations, such as corporate training programs and school classes, as well as activities supported by staff(volunteerism). Our goal is to create a space for self-discovery through art education and share diverse perspectives.
3
Enhancing Citizen Services and Information Dissemination
We strive to create a facility that is easily accessible to everyone and provide hospitality with multilingual support, barrier-free access, and information dissemination. We listen to the feedback from customers after events and make improvements to provide more comprehensive services.
4
A Place to Build the Future with Children
We will provide learning opportunities tailored to the developmental stages of children, who are the future leaders. By allowing them to see, touch, and experience real art, we aim for both the children and ATLIA to grow together