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teamLab Kanazawa Castle Festival of Lights
A light art exhibition by the world's leading art group teamLab will be held at Kanazawa Castle Park. Take this opportunity to experience teamLab's works in Hokuriku.
A light art exhibition that lets you feel the present and past of Kanazawa Castle
A light art exhibition by the world's leading art group teamLab will be held at Kanazawa Castle Park. Kanazawa Castle is known as the castle where the Maeda family lived for 14 generations, but it was originally a temple that served as the base of the Kaga Ikko Ikki, and after the Meiji Restoration, the army headquarters was located there, and after the war, it was also used as a temple. Its role changed over time, including being used as a campus for Kanazawa University. In this exhibition, the present and the past intersect, people living in the present participate, and we will see an art space that changes depending on the presence of people. For example, in Gojikken Nagaya, animals shaped out of flowers are projected, and as you walk through the park, there are rows of egg-shaped glowing objects. It transforms interactively while being influenced by the behavior of the people around it, making people a part of the work along with nature and a part of time. In addition, ``Drawing Warlords,'' in which children's drawings of warlords are displayed as moving pictures, will stimulate children's creativity. Take this opportunity to experience teamLab's works in Hokuriku.
This exhibition will be held as a project sponsored by the prefectural executive committee of the Ishikawa Hyakumangoku Cultural Festival 2023.
Event period : September 30th to November 26th, 2023
Event time: 18:00-21:30 (last entry 20:45)
Tickets: Official ticket site, E+, Hokkoku Shimbun Reader Service Center, Ishikawa Prefectural Music Hall Ticket Box, Venue Ticket Office (same-day tickets only), Kanazawa Station Tourist Information Center (same-day tickets only), Kanazawa Central Tourist Information Center (same-day tickets only) )
Ticket price: Monday to Thursday *Special date tickets 1,600 yen for general, 800 yen for junior high and high school students, 500 yen for elementary school students, 800 yen discount for people with disabilities.Friday, Saturday, Sunday, holidays *Special date tickets 1,800 yen for general, 900 yen for junior high and high school students, 600 yen for elementary school students, Discount for people with disabilities: 900 yen *Discount for people with disabilities...Tickets can be purchased with a discount for people with disabilities for those with a disability certificate and up to one caregiver (however, those with a disability certificate and one caregiver can purchase a ticket with a disability discount. (Up to one caregiver of a person with a disability or a person with a first-class mental disability may enter for free) *Preschool children free of charge
Details/Notes: *The venue is dark, has stairs and steps, and some areas are unpaved, so we recommend wearing sneakers or other comfortable shoes. Additionally, there are some areas that are not accessible to people with disabilities, wheelchairs, strollers, etc. *The event may be canceled in case of bad weather. *Tickets may be sold out. *As the venue ticket office (same-day tickets) is expected to be crowded, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance.
Venue: Kanazawa Castle Park (entrance is Ishikawa Monguchi only) (1-1 Marunouchi, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture)
Contact information: Sponsored by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Ishikawa Prefecture, Ishikawa Hyakumangoku Cultural Festival 2023 Executive Committee Special cooperation: Hokkoku Shimbun TEL: 076-224-4141 (KCS Weekdays 10:00-18: 00)
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