The 28th Takeobi Arishima Youth Public Art Painting Exhibition

Takeshi Arishima was a representative of the Shirakaba school, and formed art loyalty association "Kuroyuri-kai" in Sapporo during the Meiji Period, and as a pioneer of modern painting in Hokkaido, it had a great influence on the backward movement.
The purpose of this project is to provide a place for creative presentation widely to young people who have innate creativity and to inherit the intention of Arima's art promotion.
The winning works will be exhibited in the special exhibition room Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum.

Determination of winning works

On October 20 th - 21 th, the prize winning work was decided by the judging board.
The award ceremony will be held at Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum Art Hall.

Exhibition period

October 29 (Saturday) to November 13 (Sunday) of Heisei 28
Closed on October 31, November 7

Awards and awards

  • The results of the examination will be announced on the Hokkaido Shimbun newspaper
  • Only the winning works will be exhibited in the special exhibition room Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum
  • The prize is decided by the judging committee, and the excellent work is presented with the following prize
  • Arishima Takeo Award, the Governor of Hokkaido Award, Hokkaido Superintendent Award, Niseko Town length Award, Niseko Town education town Award, Hokkaido Shimbun Press Award

Awards ceremony

  • Held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum Art Hall.
  • In the awards ceremony, the judges will explain about the winning works (planned).

exhibition hall

Arishima Takeo Memorial Museum Special Exhibition Room

Exhibition viewing fee

Permanent exhibition viewing fee only


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