遊んでのびのび 赤ちゃんアート ~冬~
初  回:2020年1月9日(木)
※各回10:00~11:30※全3回講座 ※要申し込み
[場所]平塚市美術館 アトリエA
[講師]冨田めぐみ氏(NPO法人 赤ちゃんからのアートフレンドシップ協会 代表理事)
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神奈川県平塚市西八幡 1 – 3 – 3
平塚市美術館学芸担当 (教育普及) 宛
[問い合わせ]0463-35-2111(平塚市美術館/受付 9:30〜17:00)



Hiratsuka is located in the center of the Sagami Bay coast facing the Pacific Ocean, 50km southwest of the capital, Tokyo. In the Edo period, it was returned as a post town on the Tokaido. Today, the city has a total area of 67.88 square kilometers, a current population of about 260,000, and is blessed with a warm climate and abundant nature. In the area called “Shonan” including Hiratsuka, many artists have lived and developed artistic movements since the Meiji period (the end of the 19th century). For example, “Shirakaba,” a magazine that had a major influence on Japanese modern art and literature, was developed in Kamakura, and Kishida Ryusei's Kusodosha, who pursued a new style of oil painting, was deployed in Kakinuma. Since then, many artists have been active. The construction of an art museum in Hiratsuka City took place shortly after the war. At the center of the recovery from the air raids were local artists who had voluntarily held exhibitions. In the early 1960s, they started a movement to donate one artist to the city. Following the construction of schools, public halls and libraries, the Hiratsuka City Museum opened in 1976, and the art department was established there. . Later, in the same way as the nationwide movement of lifelong learning and museum construction, Hiratsuka established the Museum Construction Research Committee in 1984, and began the concrete movement toward the opening of the museum. In 1986, the Hiratsuka City Art Museum Construction Basic Plan was formulated, after which construction work and business preparations commenced, opening in March 1991. Since its opening, as an art museum located in the center of the Shonan area, the main theme is <Shonan art and light>, and deepen citizens' understanding of culture by offering excellent domestic and foreign art to people in a good environment. We have implemented various businesses with the main purpose of stimulating motivation for creation and learning. In the future, we will continue to enhance the activities of the museum in order to play a part in the maturity of the culture of the Shonan region and to have many people become familiar with it.
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  • Address
    1-3-3 Nishihachiman, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa
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  • Business hours
    [Opening hours] 9:30 to 17:00 (however, admission is until 16:30) [Closed days] Mondays (If Monday is a holiday, it will be closed and closed the following day), New Year's holidays (December 29-January 3) *) Even on the opening day, exhibition rooms may be closed due to exhibition changes. Citizen art gallery, book corner, information corner are available.
  • Parking
    Available (charged) [Usage time] 8:00 to 22:00 * Parking is available only on closed days. [Capacity] 67 units (2 spaces for wheelchair users, etc.) * Please use public transportation as much as possible, as it may become full.
  • Average usage
    [Admission fee] <Special exhibition> General ¥ 200, High school / university student ¥ 100 (Exhibitions vary for each exhibition.) * For groups of 20 or more, special exhibitions are discounted 3 and special exhibitions are discounted 2 * Special exhibition tickets can be viewed only on the day of the special exhibition. * If you would like to see only the special exhibition during the exhibition period, please contact the reception. <Free for the next> ○ Junior high school students and younger, high school students every Saturday. ○ Hiratsuka citizens over 65 years old. (Group discount for those 65 years of age or older living outside the city) ○ One person accompanied with a handicapped person and one accompanying person. * Please present a certificate or disability certificate that can confirm your age and address at the reception desk. If you do not present it, you will be charged a general viewing fee. ○ When the lead is viewed as a curriculum by high school students in Kanagawa Prefecture and the equivalent. ○ Viewing through a project organized by a public hall in Hiratsuka.