2021 CWAJ Open Print Art Gallery


The College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) welcomes you to the 2020 CWAJ Open Print Art Gallery! This virtual exhibition offers an outstanding collection of contemporary print art that encompasses a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, intaglio, lithography, mezzotint and silkscreen. It also offers masterpieces by highly regarded, experienced printmakers alongside works by emerging talent.

The striking variety of subject matter offered in more than 200 prints coupled with a price range between 3,000 yen and 400,000 yen offers something for everyone in this exciting new show.

All residents of Japan are invited to view and purchase contemporary Japanese print art 24 hours a day starting Monday, October 12 at 3 pm through Saturday, October 31, 2020.

Please note: The URL below will go live on the first day of the exhibition

All proceeds go toward funding CWAJ Scholarship including the CWAJ Pandemic Response Nursing Scholarship. You do not want to miss this fantastic opportunity to support Japanese artists and CWAJ Scholarship.

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