A special exhibition prior to ETAT2018
Born in Michigan, USA in 1967. He started to write poems after having studied English Literature at Colgate University in New York and moved to Japan upon graduation from the university. His poem, "Tsuriagetewawas" (published by Shityosya Co., Ltd) was awarded the Nakahara Chuya Prize and picturebook "Home is Here - Ben Shahn’s Lucky Dragon" (Published by Shueisha Inc) received Japan Picturebook Prize. He has published many essays and translations. He presents radio programmes including "Terumi Yoshida Tob! Salvador" (Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc.), "GO! GO! Radi-maru" (Aomori Broadcasting Corporation), and "News Zap" (Sky Prefect JSAT Corporation). He has published "Dome-gatari: mirai heno kioku" (Tamagawa University Press) in 2017.
Born in Osaka, Japan in 1940. Spent his childhood in Kochi prefecture. He has received many awards including Golden Apples prize at Bienále ilustrácií Bratislava in 1969 for "Chikara-Taro". He has presented "Dorakujin and the children" in ETAT2013 and "Blue Sky Aquarium" in the former sanatorium on the Oshima Island during Setouchi Triennale 2013.
Talk-battle between Arther Binard and Seizo Tashima in Kotatsu: A courage to become mamushi
|Date||Friday 3 November 2017|
|Time||14:00-16:00 (including autograph sessions)|
|Price||JPY800 (with a cup of amazake) ＊Admission to the museum is required separately.|
|Booking||Booking is essential／Click here for details and booking.|
|Date||Saturday 11 November 2017|
|Time||18:00-20:30 (Last entry by 20:00)
＊Expected to be crowded around opening time.
|Price||Included in the admission to the museum|
|Booking||Booking is not required.／Click here for details.|
Saturday, October 28 2017 -
Tuesday, November 28 2017
10:00 - 16:00
※Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays
Hachi & Seizo Tashima Museum of Picture Book Art
（2310-1 Ko Sanada, Tokamachi-City, Niigata Prefecture）
Adult JPY700 / Children age under 15 JPY300 / Children before school age are free
※ Echigo-Tsumari 2017 Autumn special ticket holder has an access to the museum once from Sat 28 October to Sun 12 November2017