Project Sunshine for Japan
International Poster Exhibition OSAKA
Thanks our Exhibition Executive Committee in Osaka we will present the 100 Posters and of the project Sunshine for Japan and the Posters of our guests from September 9th to 19th, 2014 at Creative Network Center Mebic Ogimachi in Osaka.
Tuesday, 9th ‒ Friday, 19th of September, 2014
The Exhibition is open daily between 11am ‒ 9pm (On Saturday, Sunday and national holidays between 11am ‒ 7pm), Admission free
Location: Mebic Ogimachi, 3rd floor, KTV Ogimachi Square
Please find the Information in japanese language on the Website of the Creative Network Center Mebic Ogimachi here.
Opening ceremony will be on Monday, 8th of September at 6:30pm (Admission free) with participation of the founder and curator of the Project Sunshine for Japan, Mansoureh Rahnama accompanied by the young artists Rie Yamanouchi and Duncan Brotherton.
Reception Party 8:00pm to 00:00, Admission ¥1,000
Furthermore we have invited some of the winner of our international poster competition from Kansai, for a open talk in a round table on Monday, 15th of September
Invited Designers: Kaz Oomori, Toshio Kamitani, Toshiyasu Nanbu, Yuki Nishimura
International Jury member of Project Sunshine for Japan: Shinnoske Sugisaki
Special guests on this evening: Yoshimaru Takahashi, Takaharu Hara and Yukichi Takada
Our sincere thanks goes to all our partners and supporting organisations for the excellent engagement and dedication in the last few years for keeping the project in the cultural memories. We would like to express our sincere gratitude for all of the supports of the Exhibition Executive Committee OSAKA, Creative Network Center Mebic Ogimachi, DAS Designers Association; JTA, Japan Typography Association; JAGDA, Graphic Designers Association, Osaka and Peace Boat, Disaster Volunteer Center.
Organizer: Project Sunshine for Japan, Exhibition Executive Committee OSAKA
Co-Organizer: Creative Network Center Mebic Ogimachi
Supported by DAS Designers Association; JTA, Japan Typography Association; JAGDA, Japan
Graphic Designers Association, Osaka
Cooperation; Peace Boat, Disaster Volunteer Center