Warehouse TERRADA to Sponsor Young Artist Support Project, “Future Artists Tokyo”

Warehouse TERRADA will sponsor “Future Artists Tokyo” organized by Art Tokyo Association. This is a project
to foster and promote the next generation of the art scene, collaborating with major educational institutes in

The “Future Artists Tokyo” project aims to support young artists and curators. In order to support young artists,
Warehouse TERRADA has to date hosted “TERRADA Art Award,” which was then developed into special
sponsorship of “Asian Art Award supported by Warehouse TERRADA” in conjunction with Art Tokyo
Association. We consider it important when undertaking these initiatives to promote a future art scene
originating in Japan to the world, and realize the significance of providing opportunities to future artists and
curators of the next generation who are studying at art colleges in Japan and supporting them to create
networks on a global stage. This led to our decision to sponsor the “Future Artists Tokyo 2019” (FAT2019).
Based on our involvement in previous art awards, our aim for this award is to enhance the discovery and
support of hidden young talents.
45 students from 19 art colleges and universities will participate in FAT2019. The concept development,
artworks selection, and display setting will be conducted under the direction of a curator team comprised from
these colleges. Warehouse TERRADA will create an opportunity for new inspirations to sprout through
interaction between students beyond the border of their respective schools and faculties from across Japan.
The FAT2019 exhibition will be held in the lobby gallery of ART FAIR TOKYO 2019 (from March 7th to 10th at
Tokyo International Forum), an admission free public area of Japan’s largest international art show. Also, as a
satellite event of ART FAIR TOKYO, a special collaboration exhibition with FAT2019 will be presented at
Warehouse TERRADA’s T-ART HALL (from March 5th to 10th in Tennoz, Tokyo).
This exhibition may bring new artists and curators into the world, who will lead Japan in the future.

Overview of Future Artists Tokyo

Title: Future Artists Tokyo 2019
Organizer: Art Tokyo Association
Planning and cooperation: Future Artists Tokyo Cooperation committee
(Tokyo University of the Arts, University of Tsukuba, Joshibi University of Art and Design, Tokyo Zokei
University, Tama Art University, and Musashino Art University))
Sponsor: Warehouse TERRADA

Participating Colleges

Aichi University of the Arts (Aichi Prefecture), Akita University of Art (Akita Prefecture), Onomichi
City University (Hiroshima Prefecture), Kanazawa College of Art (Ishikawa Prefecture), Kyushu
Sangyo University (Fukuoka Prefecture), Kyoto City University of Arts (Kyoto Prefecture), SAGA
UNIVERSITY (Saga Prefecture), Joshibi University of Art and Design (Tokyo Metropolitan
Government), Tama Art University (Tokyo Metropolitan Government), University of Tsukuba
(Ibaraki Prefecture), Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Metropolitan Government), Tokyo Zokei
University (Tokyo Metropolitan Government), TOHOKU UNIVERSITY OF ART & DESIGN (Yamagata
Prefecture), TOKOHA University (Shizuoka Prefecture), Nagoya Zokei University (Aichi Prefecture),
Nihon University College of Art (Tokyo Metropolitan Government), Musashino Art University (Tokyo
Metropolitan Government), Hiroshima City University (Hiroshima Prefecture), and Yokohama
University of Art and Design (Kanagawa Prefecture)
Supporter: Aichi Prefecture, Akita Prefecture, Yamagata Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanagawa Prefecture,
Ishikawa Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, Hiroshima Prefecture, Fukuoka Prefecture, Saga Prefecture, and
Shizuoka Prefecture (under application)
* This is a certified project of beyond 2020 program.

About Warehouse TERRADA

Company Name: Warehouse TERRADA
Representative: President & CEO, Kohei Terada
Address: 2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002, Japan
Foundation: October 1950
Contact: Warehouse TERRADA PR Group E-MAIL:


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