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April 11, 2005

The International Research Center for the Arts, Kyoto

International Research Center for the Arts (IRCA)

The International Research Center for the Arts (IRCA) was established to bring people with a spirit of art together from around the globe, transcending generations, ethnicity, and national borders, and to nurture and transmit a vision of hope and a new worldview into the future.

As a means of making this vision a reality, the IRCA accepts artists every year to participate as Fellows in its artist-in-residence program held at the Kyoto University of Art and Design (KUAD). Three internationally active artists – Hiroshi Senju, Tatsuo Miyajima, and Yasumasa Morimura – serve as professors for the IRCA, which seeks Fellows with the goal of nurturing artists who can create art in Kyoto and share it with the world. The Fellow Program is based on the ideals of these three artists, who hope to foster the talents of those who will become active on the global stage. The project became a reality thanks to the harmony between the passion of the artists and the principles of KUAD.

Summary of Application Guideline for IRCA Fellow Program

Program Period

September 2005 – August 2006

Number of Fellows

3-5

Conditions and Requirements

-To work on production at IRCA studio in the University

-To produce at least one work during the program

-To hold an exhibition of work(s) produced during participation priod

For further information, please visit

http://irca.kyoto-art.ac.jp/fellow/f_guideline_e.html

Kyoto University of Art and Design (KUAD)

International Research Center for the Arts (IRCA)

2-116 Uryuyama, Kitashirakawa,

Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-8271 JAPAN

E-mail: [email protected]

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