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Switch: Play exhibition(スイッチ あそび展)

2024.06.23

"Switch" is a unit consisting of faculty and students of the Digital Media Design Course of Nagoya Zokei University. This is a participatory exhibition where you can enjoy five digital art works created by Switch. For example, when you touch the image projected on the wall of the exhibition room, fireworks will go off, or your shadow will be cast into the projected image, and when you walk, a projected image will appear from the floor. You can immerse yourself in a world of projected images that spread across the walls and floor, and enjoy yourself by touching, jumping, or bouncing around each work. Of course you can also take photos. Enjoy a space full of surprises and discoveries, feeling as if you have stepped into a magical world.

 

Term: April 20th, 2024 (Saturday) to June 23rd, 2024 (Sunday)

Venue: The World Children's Art Museum in Okazaki (Okacho)

Hours: 9:00 to 17:00 (last entry at 16:30)

Closed: Mondays (except for April 29th and May 6th) and the day after national holidays (April 30th and May 7th)

Admission: 

 ・ Adults (high school students and above) 600 yen (480 yen)

 ・ Elementary and junior high school students: 100 yen (80 yen)

 * Figures in parentheses are group rates for 20 or more people.

 * Free for elementary and junior high school students going to school or residing in Okazaki City (Please present your Wakuwaku Card or student handbook.)

 * Free admission for persons with the relevant disability certificates and one caregiver (Please present the relevant disability certificates.)

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