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Information about the Joint 2019/2020 Award-Winners' Exhibition and Award Ceremony for the Asia Digital Art Awards Exhibition FUKUOKA

February 16th - 23th, 2021

The “Joint 2019/2020 Award-Winners’ Exhibition” for the “2020 Asia Digital Art Awards Exhibition FUKUOKA”—a media art competition which is organized primarily by Kyushu University, Fukuoka Prefecture, and Fukuoka City—will be held from Tuesday, February 16th to Tuesday, February 23rd (national holiday), 2021 at Fukuoka City Science Museum (4-2-1 Ropponmatsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi) and Fukuoka Art Museum (1-6 Ohorikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi).

During the 20th annual competition, 512 works from 20 different countries and regions were submitted for screening, and a total of 60 works were selected for prizes, starting with the Asia DIgital Art Award. At the exhibition, award-winning works will be introduced in a variety of programs, including those with displays and video screenings. Please come experience for yourself a myriad of avant-garde expressions which fuse together science and art.

Further, due to the spread of COVID-19, the exhibit planned at NHK Fukuoka for award-winning works in the Moving Images category, as well as the symposium, award ceremony, and reception scheduled for Saturday, February 20th, 2021 at Fukuoka Art Museum, have been canceled.

To view award-winning works and the latest information from ADAA, please visit ADAA’s official website.

 

[Overview of the Joint 2019/2020 Award-Winners’ Exhibition and Award Ceremony for the Asia Digital Art Awards Exhibition FUKUOKA]

Schedule and venues
• 6th Floor Science Hall at the Fukuoka City Science Museum
Period: Wednesday, February 17th to Tuesday, February 23rd (national holiday), 2021
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. *Admissions end 30 minutes before closing
Exhibit contents: award-winning works from the Interactive Art and Entertainment (for industrial application) categories.

• Fukuoka Art Museum 2nd-Floor Galleries A – D, 2nd-Floor Open Space, and 1st-Floor Museum Hall
Period: Tuesday, February 16th to Sunday, February 21st, 2021
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. *Admissions end 30 minutes before closing
Exhibit contents: ADAA Grand Award, award-winning works from the Still Image and Moving Image categories, and an ADAA 20 year retrospective

Cost of admission
Free

* Program schedules and exhibit contents are subject to change depending on circumstances regarding the spread of COVID-19.
* To help prevent the spread of infection, this will be a no-contact exhibition.

 

<To our attendees>

• Our requests to you before your visit
Please register with the COVID-19 Contact App, “COCOA,” provided by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. Those who have not yet registered with the app can install it from one of the sources below.
AppStore
Google Play

Please do not attend the exhibition if you have a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius or greater, or are otherwise feeling unwell. Be sure to check your temperature before coming.

• Our request to you during your visit
Disinfectants will be available for use at venue entrances. Please thoroughly disinfect your hands and fingers before entering.
When inside, please be sure to also wear your mask.

Date

February 16th - 23th, 2021

Venue

Fukuoka City Science Museum (4-2-1 Ropponmatsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi), Fukuoka Art Museum (1-6 Ohorikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi)

Contact

Admission type General Contact Asia Digital Art Awards Executive Committee Head Office (In the Faculty of Design at Kyushu University)

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