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Aoi Memorial Art Gallery, Takaoka Kogei High School

Aoi Memorial Art Gallery, Takaoka Kogei High School

History and Outline

Opened in September 1994. This art gallery was the former Aoi Memorial Hall, which was presented by the late Aoi Tadaharu in 1963. It was moved and built in the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Takaoka Kogei High School (1994) out of necessity of a project to widen a street.

Project

Collection and Exhibition

Displays art and craft works according to the theme that this school has been collected since the school started. Holds “Aoi-chubi-ten” invites art entries from the junior high schools in Toyama Prefecture, excellent works exhibition by the graduates and “the schoolmates gallery” introduces the schoolmates what they do.

Address
1-1-20 Nakagawa, Takaoka-shi, Toyama-ken 933-0056 Japan
Telephone
+81 766-21-1630
Open
10:00am-4:00pm (no entry is permitted after 3:30pm)
Closed
Monday (the following day if it falls on national holiday)
Parking
Parking provided
Access
5 minutes walk from JR Etchu-Nakagawa Station on the JR Himi Line.
25 minutes walk from JR Takaoka Station on the JR Hokuriku Line, or 2 minutes walk from Nakagawa bus stop (on the city line 1 for Toyama)
36.750727,137.026919
Highlight
Art works of seniors of this school where has produced many persons of talent and masterpieces collected as teaching materials.
URL
http://www.tym.ed.jp/sc350/aoi/index.htm