This project consists of a long-term workshop scheduled over the course of summer break, presented in the form of an exhibition, where children and their families can become directly involved in contemporary art by not only looking at works, but also participating in the process of making them. In addition to exhibiting works and installations that allow for participation at any given time, we will also present workshops by the artists participating in this project.
Myth of Tomorrow, a painting by Taro Okamoto, depicts the nuclear threat and the vitality of those opposed to nuclear weapons. In commemoration of August 6, Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Memorial Day, Okamoto’s painting is open for a special viewing during summer.
"Open Call for Art Project Ideas 2013" is an open call exhibition applys the free public zone of the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art. The Hiroshima MOCA anticipates applications from anyone who make site-specific art works to exhibit atvarious spaces in our free public zone (Entrance Hall, Corridor, Foyer, Museum Studio, Stairwell, etc.). Any kind of artistic media including painting, sculpture, video, installation and performance art are acceptable.