Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 90th Exhibition
[Postponed] JAGDA Outreach Exhibition For Para-Charity
[Exhibition Postponed (2021.1.13)]
This exhibition has been postponed according to the declaration of a state of emergency. The new dates will be announced on this website when it is confirmed. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Since 2018, the Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA) has been supporting artists and athletes with disabilities by making the most of design’s power to connect. Each year designers created masking tapes, tumblers, and handkerchiefs, featuring works (excluding some) registered at Able Art Company, a library of artworks by challenged artists. Each exhibition travelled across Japan starting from Design Hub, with sales of the designed items going to charity. Designers put their professional skills to use as volunteers, and donate the proceeds of sales, minus the artists’ usage fees and manufacturing costs, to the Paralympians Association of Japan. For the 2021 edition, select works from the past 3 years will be on display along with some introductions to the activities of paralympians.
Illustrated by Kosuke Ota
Designed by Osamu Fukushima
Dates: Friday 22 January – Monday 14 February 2021
Open daily 11:00–19:00 / Admission free
Venue: Tokyo Midtown Design Hub (Midtown Tower 5F)
Organizer: Tokyo Midtown Design Hub
Produced by: Japan Graphic Designers Association Inc.