Hello everybody I received an e-mail about a scholarship program for budding artists or art students who want to study in Kyoto, Japan. Below are the information you need to contact the coordinators:
The Japan Foundation Manila 12th Floor Pacific Star Building Sen. Gil > Puyat Ave. , cor. Makati Ave. , Makati City
Tel:> 811-6155 to 58 / Fax: 811-6153
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org. ph
Website:> http://www.jfmo.org. ph
The Kyoto Arts Center , through the Japan Foundation Manila is currently accepting applications for the Kyoto Art Center’s 2010 Artist in Residence Program, a program for young artists and researchers in art related fields – such as visual, the performing arts – who wish to cultivate creative collaborations in Kyoto . The program provides accommodations and a studio (maximum of three months). Since 2000, 31 group of artists from all over the world have joined this program.
Application forms may be downloaded from their website: http://www.kac. or.jp
For any questions, feel free to contact the residency coordinator:
MS. AYS MATSUMURA
Residency Coordinatior546- 2 Yamabushiyama- cho, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto , Japan
Email: matsumura@kac. or.jp
A little background about the Kyoto Arts Center retrieved from http://www.tpam.or.jp/english/img/photos/VPJ-126-1.jpg on May 18, 2009
Kyoto Art Center, established in 2000 as a place for encountering various genres of arts and for the creation of the new culture, has wide variety of activities: performance and seminar of theater, dance, music, traditional folk arts, exhibition of contemporary art, Artist-in-Residence program, etc. The Center also offers the use of 12 studios to rising young artists in order to support their creative activities. The building used to be an elementary school built in 1931, and was renovated before its opening. Recently, it was registered as a tangible cultural property by Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan.
Organization: Kyoto Art Center
Representative: Mr. ISHIDA Hiroya (Director)
Contact: Mr. ISHIDA Hiroya (Director) / Mr. KOJIMA Hirotomo (Art Coordinator)