Tagged: Onba Factory

Flag Painting Workshop with Team Ogi

  There are two aspects of the Setouchi Triennale that I seldom talk about on this blog – mostly because until recently I rarely had the occasion to attend them, and as far as visitors are concerned, they’re rarely aware of them and only stumble upon...

Ogijima Matsuri, 2016

  So, on Sunday on Ogijima happened something that only happens every two years; its Summer matsuri! Of course, I was there. If you want some background information about it, let me invite you to read my post about the matsuri of two years ago....

Setouchi Triennale – Ogijima Preview

  The Setouchi Triennale 2016 is opening in a few hours (in two hours and a half as I type these lines), that means I still have a few minutes to post a preview here (couldn’t do it yesterday). 🙂 So yesterday I was on...

Ogijima in April

  After two months of absence, I finally returned to Ogijima four days ago. I was starting to think that I was cursed or something. Since my last visit back in February, every single Sunday, something prevented me from going; be it having to work (yes,...

Ogijima in February

  Last February I went to Ogijima twice, two weekends in a row. I think it’s the first time I did that outside of the Setouchi Triennale. I went for various reasons, the main ones being interviews. I was interviewed for the first weekend (I...

Yoshihide Otomo on Ogijima

  As you may know, the Setouchi Triennale’s main goal is to revitalize the islands of the Seto Inland Sea. The Triennale is an amazing idea to trigger that revitalization, but while it is necessary, an art festival every three years is not enough to...

Onba Factory – September 2014

  Wow, I can’t believe it’s been more than one year since I last talked (briefly) about Onba Factory on the blog! Time to change this. I guess the place has become so familiar to me that I’m starting to take it for granted. I...