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Art Program

2 Chome-8-12, 2nd Floor showcases the work of ten students from Tyler School of Art who studied at Temple University’s Japan Campus during the 2018 spring or summer semester. Through various media and technique, including printmaking, video, photo and painting, these artists open a window to their experiences abroad. Tokyo is often overlooked by art students as a place of study. However, these ten artists demonstrate how the experience of living outside of Western culture can have an immense impact not only on one’s art practice, but more importantly, on one’s perception of the world. The title of the exhibition is the address of Azabu Hall, Temple Japan’s main building, where the art department comprised two rooms and an office on the second floor.

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