photo Yoshika Hirano

Yoshika Hirano

Works

Information

  • Categories
    Ceramic
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association
    Member, Ishikawa Prefecture Pottery and Porcelain Association
    Member, Hakusan City Art Association
    Traditional Craftsman in Kutani Ware Decorations

Career

  • 1975
    Born in Ishikawa Prefecture
  • 1997
    Studied under YAMADA Yoshiaki
  • 1998
    Graduated from the Ishikawa Prefectural Kutani Ware Technical Training Institute
  • 2000
    Selected for the 23rd Traditional Kutani Ware Crafts Exhibition. Selected successively to date
  • 2002
    Selected for the 49th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition for the first time
  • 2003
    Selected for the 44th Ishikawa Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition for the first time. Selected successively to date
  • 2004
    Selected for the 51st Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2005
    Accompanied her master YAMADA Yoshiaki to Paris for his exhibition at Salon de Objet
    Selected for the 43rd Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition at the first attempt
    Selected for the 52nd Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
    Recommended as a member of the Hakusan Matto Artists Association at the 1st Hakusan Matto Art Exhibition
  • 2007
    Selected for the 54th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association
    Selected for the Kanazawa Castle Kenrokuen Tea Ceremony
  • 2008
    Designated as a Traditional Craftsman in Kutani Ware Decoration
    Submitted to the 3rd World Heritage Site Shirakawa-go Art Festival
  • 2009
    Submitted to the 4th World Heritage Site Shirakawa-go Art Festival
  • 2012
    Selected for the National Traditional Craft Works Exhibition

Award

  • 1998
    Received an Honorable Mention at the 13th Hokkoku Women’s Art Exhibition
  • 1999:Received an Honorable Mention at the 14th Hokkoku Women’s Art Exhibition
  • 2000:Received the Incentive Award at the 21st Matto Art Exhibition
  • 2003:Received the Runner-up Award at the 24th Matto Art Exhibition
  • 2004:Received the Grand Prize at the 25th Matto Art Exhibition
  • 2005:Received the Best New Artist Award at the 28th Traditional Kutani Ware Crafts Exhibition
  • 2006:Received the Ishikawa Sado Association President’s Award and the Incentive Award at the Kanazawa Castle Kenrokuen Tea Ceromomy
  • 2007:Received the Incentive Award at the 30th Traditional Kutani Ware Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the 48th Ishikawa Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2009:Received the Technical Award at the 32nd Traditional Kutani Ware Crafts Exhibition
  • 2011:Received the Technical Award at the 34th Traditional Kutani Ware Crafts Exhibition