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上記以外の窯元

Sadatsugu Shinjo

  • 上記以外の窯元
  • 1950
  • Nagato city

Born in 1950 as 13th Kanzan Shinjo's eldest son.

history

1975: Graduated Tokyo University of the Arts, Sculpture course.
 
1977: Completion of Tokyo University of the Arts, Sculpture major.

1978: Completion of Kyoto City Industrial Test Site, Ceramics Trainee
Recieved Yamaguchi Prefectural Governor Prize at Yamaguchi prefecture art competition.

1980: Selected for Seibu Kogei Exhibition (selected at several times)
Selected for the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition (selected at several times)

1981: Selected for Western Japan Traditional Pottery Exhibition
Selected for Japan ceramic Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition (selected at several times)

1982: Winner of the Grand prix at the Yamaguchi prefectural art competition.

1983: Received an Encouragement Award and Yamaguchi prefectural governor prize at Western Japan Ceramic art exhibition.
Became a regular member of Japan Kogei Association. nihon kogei-kai.
Winner of the Excellent Award at Yamaguchi prefectural art comopetition.
Made ceramic wall art for Bocho Youth Hall in Yamaguchi city.

1984: Winner of the Excellent Award and Minister for International Trade and Industry Prize at Western ceramic art competition.
Received an Encouragement Award at Tanabe Museum “Tea Ceremony Formative Arts Exhibition. (selected at several times)
Winner of the Grand prix at the Yamaguchi prefectural art competition.

1985: Received an Honorable mention award at Yamaguchi prefectural art competition.

1987: Received an Encouragement Prize at First Nagato City Educational Culture and Physical Education Promotion.
Recieved Asahi shinbunsha Incentive award of New works of traditional Kogei at Yamaguchi branch.
Received an Encouragement Prize for Yamaguchi prefectural Artistic Culture Promotion.

1988: Received an Honorable mention award at Yamaguchi prefectural art competition.

1990: Selected at an Exbition of "Sado art for the future".
Received an Honorable mention award at Yamaguchi prefectural art competition.

1991: Recieved Asahi shinbunsha Incentive award of New works of traditional Kogei at Yamaguchi branch.
Participated in Excellent Ceramic art Exhibition of Chugoku area Sponcershipped by Chugoku Erectric.
Made ceramic wall art "meet" for Yamaguchi Prefecture Social Welfare Center in Yamaguchi city.

1992: Participated Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics of Sanyo Sanin area at East Hiroshima city museum.
Recieved Memorial award of New works of traditional Kogei at Yamaguchi branch.

1993: Recieved Yamaguchi NHK award of New works of traditional Kogei at Yamaguchi branch.
Collected his work by British Museum.

1994: Made ceramic wall art "Bound and Shine" for Shimonoseki Social Insurance Health Center.

1995: Made ceramic wall art "Ritsu" for Ouchi Building in Hiroshima city.

1996: Participated Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics of Sanyo Sanin area.

1997: Participated Exhibition of Fukawa Five ceramic potters in New York.
Recieved Yamaguchi Shimonoseki Mayor award of New works of traditional Kogei at Yamaguchi branch.

1999: Interviewed for “Yakimono Tanhou” broadcast by NHK-BS.

2000: Participated in the Hagiyaki 400 Years Anniversary Exhibition in Paris.

2001: Participated in the Hagiyaki 400 Years Anniversary Exhibition in Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Hagi.
Made ceramic wall art "Hana" for Sansuien in Yamaguchi city.

2002: Purchased by Imperial Palace.
Participated in the Exhibition "Artists of Furusato" at Yamaguchi prefectural museum.

2005: Participated in 3rd World ceramic Biennale, international workshop in Korea.
Received the Distinguished Service for Culture Award from Yamaguchi Prefecture.

2008: Participated in an Exhibition "Traditional of Hagi ceramic art, Inheritance and Innovation" at Yamaguchi prefectural Hagi Urakami Museum.

2009: Lectured at Keishonando Teabowl chawan exhibition in Korea.
Participated in an Exhibition of traditional Hagi ware "Hagi-clan Kilns and Tea ceremony equipments" at Mouri Museum in Hofu city.

2012: Became a trustee of the Japan Kogei Association Yamaguchi Branch.

2016: Became a trustee of the Japan Kogei Association.

2017: Received NHK award for Yamaguchi traditional Kogei competition.

2018: Received Yamaguchi Branch chief award for Yamaguchi traditional Kogei competition.
Designated by the Yamaguchi Prefecture as a holder of the Yamaguchi Prefectural Intangible Cultural Treasure for Hagi ware.

Mainly Collected by:
The Japan Foundation, Yamaguchi precectural museum, Tanabe Museum, Sogo Museum, British Museum, Honolulu Museum, East Hiroshima Museum, Mori Museum, Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art.