The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for The Beauty of Yayoi: Form and Design in Ancient Earthenware

    The Beauty of Yayoi: Form and Design in Ancient Earthenware

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2018-03-10 - 2018-05-27

    Compared to Jomon pottery, Yayoi earthenware is firmer with brighter colors, and can be found in a wider area throughout Japan, from the Tokai and Hokuriku regions through Kyushu and up to Tohoku. This...More »

  • poster for Imaemon-Tradition and Innovation in Nabeshima Porcelain Decorated with Overglaze Enamels by the Imaizumi Imaemon Family

    Imaemon-Tradition and Innovation in Nabeshima Porcelain Decorated with Overglaze Enamels by the Imaizumi Imaemon Family

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-09-09 - 2017-11-26

    In 2014 Imaemon XIV became the youngest ceramics artist to be designated as a Living National Treasure at the age of 51. His newest overglaze ceramics are on display, along with pieces by his predecessor...More »

  • poster for A Japan Ceramics Network Partnership Program “The Beauty of Meissen Porcelain: Lovely Figurines and Flowery Service”

    A Japan Ceramics Network Partnership Program “The Beauty of Meissen Porcelain: Lovely Figurines and Flowery Service”

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-06-10 - 2017-08-27

    A highly appealing exhibition of 19th century Meissen Porcelain. Over 100 elegant works from the collection at the Gifuken Gendaitogei Museum are on display; a stunning display of pieces that are full...More »

  • poster for Eishin Nagasawa the 4th “Nature Through White Porcelain”

    Eishin Nagasawa the 4th “Nature Through White Porcelain”

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-06-10 - 2017-08-27

    In 1938, Eishin Nagasawa the 4th was born into a family of famous potters, which has now been specializing in Izushi-ware - a white porcelain produced in the town of Izushi, in Hyogo Prefecture - for four...More »

  • poster for World of Tamba Ware

    World of Tamba Ware

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-05-27 - 2018-03-31

    Presenting masterpieces of Tamba ware, a ceramic art dating back more than 800 years that originated in one of Japan’s six great ancient kilns. It was influenced by practitioners of Tokoname, Atsumi, and...More »

  • poster for Cute Ceramics Show

    Cute Ceramics Show

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-03-04 - 2017-05-21

    This exhibition explores cuteness in all its forms, from the endearingly small and charming to the creepy-cute, the gross-cute, and the ugly-cute, seen in works of ceramic art including pottery painted...More »

  • poster for Masterpieces of Tamba Ware and Sanda Ware from the Hajimu Mori Collection

    Masterpieces of Tamba Ware and Sanda Ware from the Hajimu Mori Collection

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2017-03-04 - 2017-05-28

    An exhibition of 164 ceramic masterpieces from the collection of industrialist Hajimu Mori, including 77 examples of Tamba ware and 82 works of Sanda ware, along with other pieces for reference. Mori spent...More »

  • poster for Analysing Pottery – Glazes

    Analysing Pottery – Glazes

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    • Media: Crafts
    • 2016-12-10 - 2017-02-12

    The ceramic arts have a long and rich history dating back 3,500 years in China and 5,000 years in Egypt. This exhibition looks at the processes of creating ceramics with a focus on glazes and the variety...More »

  • poster for Ceramics and Japanese Modernism

    Ceramics and Japanese Modernism

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2016-09-10 - 2016-11-27

    Presenting tableware and other ceramics from the Meiji era through the Second World War.More »

  • poster for Cool Earthenware

    Cool Earthenware

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2016-07-02 - 2016-10-16

    An exhibition of charming pottery pieces from the museum’s collection that were produced in the late Edo period.More »

  • poster for The Compelling Beauty of Arita Ceramics in the Age of Great International Expositions

    The Compelling Beauty of Arita Ceramics in the Age of Great International Expositions

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2016-03-19 - 2016-06-05

    The Arita region became the first place in Japan to produce ceramics in the early Edo era. These colorful and sophisticated works delighted not just the Japanese, but the European aristocracy as well....More »

  • poster for All About Iro-e: Tales of Hyogo Pottery

    All About Iro-e: Tales of Hyogo Pottery

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2016-03-08 - 2016-06-26

    The iro-e method of ceramics painting involves applying glaze to a work and painting patterns in red, yellow, green, blue, and black over it before firing in a kiln. Introducing the many kinds of iro-e...More »

  • poster for The Tamba Autumn Collection

    The Tamba Autumn Collection

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-09-19 - 2015-11-29

    Since opening in 2005 the Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo has built an outstanding collection of ceramics stretching from the Jomon period to the present day. This archive of ceramics focuses upon Tamba-yaki...More »

  • poster for Masahiko Ichino - His Trace in Tamba

    Masahiko Ichino - His Trace in Tamba

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-09-05 - 2016-02-14

    Now in its 10th year since opening, the Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo, presents Masahiko Ichino, a ceramicist celebrated for reviving interest in traditional Tamba pottery through his unique forms.More »

  • poster for The Tamba Summer Selection - Tracing the Kan Tanaka Collection

    The Tamba Summer Selection - Tracing the Kan Tanaka Collection

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-06-06 - 2015-09-06

    Since opening in 2005 the Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo has built an outstanding collection of ceramics stretching from the Jomon period to the present day, now under the title of the Kan Tanaka Collection....More »

  • poster for Celadon Porcelain - The Techniques and Beauty Inherited From Southern Song Dynasty to Present Day

    Celadon Porcelain - The Techniques and Beauty Inherited From Southern Song Dynasty to Present Day

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-03-07 - 2015-05-24

    Tracing the history of the adored Celadon Porcelain, from the Song Dynasty to creations of the present day. [Related Events] Lecture Date: May.16 (Sat) 14:00-15:30 Location: Training Building 1F...More »

  • poster for Tamba Now + - Artists Currently Active in Tamba -

    Tamba Now + - Artists Currently Active in Tamba -

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2015-03-03 - 2015-07-12

    A group ceramics exhibition made up of 3 parts that pays its respects to “Tamba-yaki”, a style of pottery from the Tamba region. Part I consists of creations projecting the artists’ own ideas onto the...More »

  • poster for Hyogo Ceramics

    Hyogo Ceramics

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2014-12-13 - 2015-02-15

    Introducing unique works of ceramic art created at kilns across the prefecture in the late-modern period.More »

  • poster for The Story of Tamba Part 2

    The Story of Tamba Part 2

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2014-09-20 - 2015-02-18

    Counted amongst the six ancient kilns of Japan, Tamba-yaki developed in the late Heian period through the spread of Tokonameya-yaki and Atsumi-yaki of the Tokai region. This exhibition reflects upon 800...More »

  • poster for Hazan Itaya “Masters of Contemporary Ceramics”

    Hazan Itaya “Masters of Contemporary Ceramics”

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    • Media: Crafts - Talks
    • 2014-09-06 - 2014-11-30

    A major retrospective to commemorate the 50 years since the death of Hazan Itaya, a pioneer of modern Japanese ceramics. Hazan explored many possibilities of the ceramic form, including relief carved decoration....More »

  • poster for What is Pottery? Great Works from 8 Ceramics Museums Tell Their Story

    What is Pottery? Great Works from 8 Ceramics Museums Tell Their Story

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    • Media: Product - Ceramics
    • 2014-03-08 - 2014-06-22

    From rice bowls to tea cups, pottery is an integral part of Japanese life, perhaps more so than in any other country. Different regions throughout Japan have developed their own special forms of ceramic...More »

  • poster for The Story of Tamba Part 1

    The Story of Tamba Part 1

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2014-03-04 - 2014-09-15

    Counted amongst the six ancient kilns of Japan, Tamba-yaki developed in the late Heian period through the spread of Tokonameya-yaki and Atsumi-yaki of the Tokai region. In the middle ages its produce focused...More »

  • poster for “Rediscovering the Beauty of Hyogo Ceramics”

    “Rediscovering the Beauty of Hyogo Ceramics”

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    • Media: Product - Crafts - Ceramics
    • 2013-12-07 - 2014-02-16

    Since opening in 2005 the Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo has built a collection of 1700 examples of ceramics stretching from the Jomon period to the present day, built upon the collection of the former Hyogo...More »

  • poster for Etsuko Tashima “Flowers”

    Etsuko Tashima “Flowers”

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    • Media: Sculpture - Installation - Ceramics
    • 2013-09-21 - 2014-02-19

    Most famous for her “Cornucopia” series of plant-like forms combining ceramic translucent, pastel-coloured glass, Etsuko Tashima has continued to garner attention throughout her artistic career. This exhibition...More »

  • poster for The Magic Of Ceramics: Artistic Inspiration

    The Magic Of Ceramics: Artistic Inspiration

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    • Media: Sculpture - Ceramics - Performance Art
    • 2013-09-07 - 2013-11-24

    Exhibition of ceramics focussing on the work of eminent 20th century artists from around the world. It was figures such as Picasso and Miró who felt compelled to experiment outside their usual media and...More »

  • poster for Kobe Biennale 2013: Prize Winning Works of the Contemporary Ceramics Competition

    Kobe Biennale 2013: Prize Winning Works of the Contemporary Ceramics Competition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2013-07-13 - 2013-09-08

    An exhibition of winning entries from the Contemporary Ceramics Competition, part of the Kobe Biennale 2013 which begins October 1st. More »

  • poster for The Beauty of Imari Sometsuke Platters

    The Beauty of Imari Sometsuke Platters

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    • Media: Crafts - Ceramics
    • 2013-06-08 - 2013-08-25

    An exhibition of 139 pieces of Imari Sometsuke (blue and white) platters. Imari originated in the Edo Period in the former Hizen domain of Kyushu. In the latter half of the Edo Period, plates became larger...More »

  • poster for "Re-Discover! Five Ceramic Centers: Tanba, Tajima, Settsu, Harimono, Awaji" Exhibition

    "Re-Discover! Five Ceramic Centers: Tanba, Tajima, Settsu, Harimono, Awaji" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2008-06-14 - 2008-09-23

    Hyogo is a prefecture made up of the five old areas of Settsu, Harimono, Awaji, Tanba and Tajima, in each of which grew a distinct pottery center. This exhibition will coincide with the marking of three...More »

  • poster for "Ceramics Technique and Materials" Exhibition

    "Ceramics Technique and Materials" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2008-06-14 - 2008-09-23

    Through the encounter of ceramics technique with material, those artists arriving at an expression of their individual art and those whose works open up new developments, this exhibition will look at the...More »

  • poster for "Tanba Ceramics: Kamakura to Muromachi" Exhibition

    "Tanba Ceramics: Kamakura to Muromachi" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2008-05-24 - 2008-06-13

    This exhibition will introduce the ceramics of Tanba from the Kamakura to the Muromachi ages. *Exhibiting at Exhibition Room 3 [Image: "Jar" (Mid-Muromachi Period) Courtesy of the Museum of Ceramic...More »

  • poster for "Exploring the Symbols on Ceramics" Exhibition

    "Exploring the Symbols on Ceramics" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2008-03-29 - 2008-05-18

    A majority of ceramic works typically have a signature or hidden symbol scratched or painted. The exhibition explores the various symbols and signatures and attempt to reveal their meanings. *Exhibiting...More »

  • "Ikebana Art" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2008-03-29 - 2008-03-30

    *Exhibiting at Kenshu wing's seminar room and lobbyMore »

  • poster for "Jomon, Ancient Figurative Art and Design" Exhibition

    "Jomon, Ancient Figurative Art and Design" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2008-03-15 - 2008-06-01

    Jomon ceramics, among the world's ancient ceramics, is known for its distinctive sculptural style. The exhibition features ceramic items that have been found in archaeological sites in both eastern and...More »

  • Hyogo Inamino School MFA and Ceramics Course Graduation Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2008-02-22 - 2008-02-29

    *Exhibiting at Community galleryMore »

  • poster for "Tanba Tea Ceramics" Exhibition

    "Tanba Tea Ceramics" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2007-12-29 - 2008-03-23

    From the Momoyama period, Tanba became a prominent producer of tea ceramics as more people became interested in tea ceremonies. This exhibition features about 30 pieces of ceramics including a ship-shaped...More »

  • poster for Mineo Okabe "A Full Flourish of Celadon Porcelain"

    Mineo Okabe "A Full Flourish of Celadon Porcelain"

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    • Media: Graphics - Ceramics - Talks
    • 2007-12-15 - 2008-03-02

    This retrospective exhibition features about 170 ceramic works by Mineo Okabe who was not just a follower of the traditional ceramic style but incorporated his aesthetic sensibilities into his works throughout...More »

  • poster for "Tamba's Sake Bottles" Exhibition

    "Tamba's Sake Bottles" Exhibition

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    • Media: Crafts - Ceramics - Talks
    • 2007-09-29 - 2007-12-24

    Tamba is a large producer of pots, jars and mortars since the late Heian period. Around the late Edo period, Tamba's sake bottles became famous and a huge demand grew in other cities like Kyoto and Osaka....More »

  • poster for "Invitation to Contemporary Ceramics: Japan and Europe" Exhibition

    "Invitation to Contemporary Ceramics: Japan and Europe" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2007-09-15 - 2007-12-02

    The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo celebrates its third year after opening its doors in October 2005. Since its opening, the museum has focused on local ceramic art and continues to collect both modern...More »

  • poster for "The Red of Tamba" Exhibition

    "The Red of Tamba" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2007-06-30 - 2007-09-24

    From the late Heian period to the contemporary, the Tamba firing method has been used by various artists for 800 years. The method itself has changed throughout the times by incorporating technological...More »

  • poster for "Mimpei -The Ceramics that Awaji Made-" Exhibition

    "Mimpei -The Ceramics that Awaji Made-" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2007-06-16 - 2007-09-02

    The Mimpei ceramic was invented during the latter Edo period, around 1820 in Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture. The creator, Mimpei Kashu was inspired by Shuhei Ogata's (a Kyoto-based ceramicist) works and...More »

  • poster for "Ceramics of Tanba" Exhibition

    "Ceramics of Tanba" Exhibition

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    • Media: Ceramics
    • 2007-04-14 - 2007-06-24

    Since the middle ages, Tanba has produced many ceramic containers. The exhibition will take a look at Tanba's history through the ceramic containers. Gallery Talk Dates: 5/6 (Sun), 5/27 (Sun), 6/10...More »

  • poster for "The Ceramics of Hyogo" Exhibition

    "The Ceramics of Hyogo" Exhibition

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    • Media: Crafts - Ceramics
    • 2007-03-17 - 2007-06-17

    In this exhibition, there will be works by forty artists who base their creative activities in the Hyogo prefecture. Their expressions are limitless, binding tradition with new expressions.More »

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