The Ship of Tolerance

Inactive
Until 28 Nov or snowfall ( except Tue & Wed)
Photo Nakamura Osamu

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About the artwork

On the ship designed by Kabakov, he will create sails by combining drawings by children from all over the world. This time, a model of the ship will be exhibited.

The sails of the ship in this project are stitched together from drawings made by hundreds of elementary school children from different ethnic and social backgrounds in different countries to convey a message of tolerance and hope. By participating in the creation of this ship, the children will learn to respect different cultures and ways of thinking, and to appreciate their differences. The program has been held 11 times in Egypt, Italy, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Cuba, and Russia. (From the official website of “The Ship of Torelance”)

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Artwork no. D366
Production year 2021
Opening hours 29 Apr-8 May 10:00₋19:00
May - July 10:00₋18:00
August 10:00₋19:30
September 10:00₋18:00
October - November 10:00₋17:30
※Lighting:Sunset- 21:00
Admission Matsudai NOHBUTAI Field Museum ticket Adult 1200 JPY, Children under 15 years old 600 JPY, or individual tickets Adult 500 JPY, Children under 15 years old 250 JPY
Area Matsudai
Village Jouyama
Official website https://matsudai-nohbutai-fieldmuseum.jp/art/
Open dates Spring - Autumn (Until 28 Nov or snowfall except Tue & Wed in 2022)
Venue Matsudai Nobutai, (3743-1 Matsudai, Tokamachi-city, Niigata Prefecture, Japan)
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