Before Passport Control
NAA Art Gallery
NAA Art Gallery has on display paintings as well as a wide range of other art pieces, including photographs, illustrations and embroidery for the artistic enjoyment of airport users.
Non-passenger visitors to the airport are also welcomed to view the work on display.
6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (3:00 p.m. on the final day of an exhibition) 365 days a year (excluding days of delivery in and out)
|2020/1/9(Thu)～2020/1/28(Tue)||3rd MOA Museum of Art Children's Art Exhibition "Exhibition of Outstanding Works from Chiba Prefecture & International Exchange"|
3rd MOA Museum of Art Children's Art Exhibition "Exhibition of Outstanding Works from Chiba Prefecture & International Exchange" 2020/1/9(Thu)～2020/1/28(Tue)
- Aesthetic Education Connects the World - This exhibition introduces outstanding pictorial and calligraphic works from 8 venues within Chiba Prefecture, as well as works from abroad, to foster a sense of beauty, expression and zest for life in children and give them hopes and dreams.
By encouraging creative activities among children ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, it seeks to develop their ability to think and act of their own accord to fulfill their dreams and aspirations, and at the same time, promote understanding and interest in the traditions and cultures of the countries represented, thereby contributing to an international cultural exchange.
We hope you will enjoy these works, each of which has been lovingly produced by children standing on the threshold of spreading their wings.
3rd MOA Museum of Art Children's Art Exhibition - Chiba Prefecture Executive Committee
The founder of MOA Museum of Art, Mokichi Okada, believed that nothing was more beneficial to the development of human sensitivity than the sense of beauty. As part of its education in aesthetics activities to promote his belief, the museum has been holding exhibitions of children's artworks across Japan and overseas since 1989. In the hope that these creative activities will promote well rounded development in children so that they grow up to be broad-minded individuals with a healthy respect for life as set out in education guidelines, the museum works in conjunction with families, communities and schools nationwide on initiatives for community education and aesthetic sensibility.The 30th exhibition in 2018 was held at 418 venues, including 31 venues in 11 countries overseas, and attracted a total of 456,000 entries from 9,431 schools (more than 40% of the number of elementary schools in Japan). The 1st exhibition (1989) attracted more than 9,640 entries.
In 2019 this exhibition has been held at 8 locations in Chiba (Chiba, Inba, Narashino, Yachiyo, Matsudo, Oami-Shirasato, Kazusa-Ichinomiya, and Futtsu.