Takushi Imada

  • Ceramics
  • 1970 -
Takushi Imada

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
Executive Director of the Japan Kōgei Association Chūgoku Branch
Professor at Hijiyama Junior College, Department of Fine Arts, Craft Design Course
  • 1970 Born in Tsuyama City, Okayama Prefecture
  • 1989 Graduated from Hiroshima Prefectural Yasufuruichi Senior High School
  • 1994 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Crafts, Ceramics Major
  • 1996 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School, Master's Degree Program in Ceramics
    Graduation artwork purchased by the University Art Museum
  • 1997 Started producing artwork in Kitahiroshima-cho, Yamagata County, Hiroshima Prefecture
  • 2005 Special lecturer for "Material Technique Seminar” at Hiroshima City University, Faculty of Art (– 2013)
    Part-time lecturer for "Ceramics Design" at Hijiyama Junior College, Department of Fine Arts (– 2011)
  • 2008 Part-time lecturer for "Material Theory” at Hiroshima City University, Faculty of Art (– 2013)
    Recommended as member of the Shinsho Kogeikai
  • 2011 Associate Professor at Hijiyama Junior College, Department of Fine Arts (– 2022)
  • 2014 Becomes Full Member of the Japan Kōgei Association
  • 2015 The 5th Far East Asia Handicraft Exchange Art Exhibition at the Glass Island Mac Art Museum, South Korea
  • 2016 "Formative Art Today - Life & Art - " (Higashihiroshima City Museum of Art) (also submitted in '12)
    Primary judge at the 59th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    ”Utsuwa” from Chūgoku Exhibition at the Museum of Arts & Crafts, Itamia
  • 2018 Drew the original drawing of the zodiac designed paper for Fujiiya, Miyajima (– 2029)
  • 2021 "Lineup of Art Ceramic Collection +α " Exhibition at Kure Municipal Museum of Art
  • 2023 Professor at Hijiyama Junior College, Department of Fine Arts (up to present)

  • 1994Received the Salon de Plantin Prize for graduation artwork at Tokyo University of the Arts
  • 1995Received the Special Incentive Award at the 2nd Vessels for BONSAI Exhibition
  • 2001Received the Incentive Award at the 56th Shinsho Kogei Exhibition
  • 2003Received the Honorary Mention Award at the 58th Shinsho Kogei Exhibition
  • 2006Received the Hiroshima Governor Award at the 49th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2007Received the Member's Award at the 62nd Shinsho Kogei Exhibition (same award in '06)
  • 2010Received the Honorary Mention Award at the 2nd Hagi Taisho (Grand Prix) of Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition
  • 2011Received the NHK Hiroshima Broadcasting Station Manager Award at the 54th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Inagaki Award at the 66th Shinsho Kogei Exhibition (same award in '08)
  • 2013Received the Sanyo Shimbun Award at the 56th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2014Received the Japan Kōgei Association Chūgoku Branch Manager Award at the 57th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the 30th Hiroshima Cultural Encouragement Award
  • 2015Received the Incentive Award at the 5th Kobe Biennale Contemporary Ceramic Arts Competition
    Received the Tomimoto Award at the 70th Shinsho Kogei Exhibition (same award in '13)
  • 2016Received the Incentive Award at the 33rd “Arts of the Tea Ceremony” Exhibition at Tanabe Museum of Art (same award in '00)
  • 2020Received the JAL Award at the 1st Morinomiyako Kogei Exhibition
  • 2022Received the Hiroshima Governor Award at the 65th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2023Received the TV Setouchi Award at the 66th Chūgoku Traditional Kōgei Exhibition

  • Tokyo University of the Arts, University Art Museum
  • Takagi Bonsai Museum
  • Ueda Ryu Wafudo

Price Range

$ 60 - 6,000

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