Ogaki Festival Mino Paper’s Poster Akari Art Exhibition Lighting ceremony was held!
On April 27, 2018 on the OKB Street, a lighting ceremony was held to celebrate the “Ogaki Festival Mino Paper Poster AKARI Art Exhibition”.
In addition to 14 posters selected by excellent works and popularity votes of the “Ogaki Festival World Poster Exhibition”, 16 posters including designer UG Sato and Mr. Toshiyasu Nanbu, were illuminated by fantastic lights.
Ogaki Festival of the world poster exhibition’s Committee chairman Fujio Hori said “I am pleased that we could exhibit works gathered from all over the world on OKB Street which is the main street of Ogaki Station. I hope you take pictures and upload it to SNS and it will also lead to inbound. ”
Next, Mr. Ogawa “Mayor of Ogaki City” said “I am honored that such an exhibition has been realized as part of the commemorative project of the 100th anniversary of the Ogaki city. ”
After that, the tape cutting was done in hopes of the success of the exhibition, and the lighting formula finished successfully.
In addition, as a related project, it is also exhibited in the shop window of each store in the shopping district, and the town is decorated with posters.
The poster exhibition is held until May 13th on the second day of the Ogaki Festival so please take a look at it when you visit nearby!
Ogaki Festival Mino Paper Poster Akari Art Exhibition
Period: Friday, April 27 – Sunday, May 13
Place: OKB Street
Organized | Ogaki Festival World Poster Executive Committee
Main manager | Japan International Poster Museum
Cooperation | Mino City, Mino City Tourist Association, Ogaki City Shopping Street Promotion Association Federation
Sponsor | Ogaki city
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