©2019 by Emi Fujita --- Mixed Media Glass Art / Flameworking

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EMI FUJITA

March 4th1987, Tokyo

Education

2012 Masters of Fine Art, Tama Art University, Craft Department majoring in Glass, Tokyo

2010 Bachelors of Fine Art, Tama Art University, Craft Department majoring in Glass, Tokyo

2005 Vantan High School, majoring in Fashion, Tokyo

Selected Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions

2015 “World Full of Unexpected Surprises and on the Brim of Tears” Seika Gallery, Tokyo

Group Exhibitions

2019 “Kogei-Precious Forms” 3ta2gallery, Ehime

2019 “FI2K4N2Y” Hillside Terrace, Tokyo

2019 “KANATA” White Gallery, Tokyo

2019 ”Kogei Art Fair Kanazawa 2019” 3ta2gallery Room 302, Kanazawa

2019 ”Rin Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Art Fair 2019” Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, Tokyo

2018 “Winter Fashion & Craft Show” Visual Space Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2018 “KANATA” White Gallery, Tokyo

2018 “ Realm of Sentimentality and Appreciation” Arflex Tokyo, Tokyo

                                                                    Arflex Tamagawa, Tokyo

2018 “Spark 2018” Terminal City Glass Co-op, Vancouver, BC

2017 “FIK5N2Y” Hillside Terrace, Tokyo

2017 “Ebb/Flow: Stories of Transition” Visual Space Gallery, Vancouver, BC *Artist Talk

2016 “Aesthetics of Migrant Souls – Harmonious Glass Expressions of Six Japanese Women in the Lower Mainland”

          Sasaki Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2016 “Eastside Cultural Crawl” Terminal City Glass Co-op, Vancouver, BC

2015 “The world is not too far from here” Quantum Gallery & Studio, Tokyo Newton, Tokyo

2014 “A Little Gift from Artists of Kanagawa” Showroom of Yokohama Tokyo Gas, Kanagawa

2014 “Artists of Craft Jewelry” iichi Gallery Shop Kamakura, Kanagawa

2012 “Glass Educational Network Exhibition” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Kanagawa

2012 “Shisui” Ginza Art Gallery, Tokyo

2011 “Soup” Art in Gallery, Tokyo

2010  ”playful spirit” Gallery Laurant, Tokyo

2010 “Shisui” Key Gallery, Tokyo

2010 “Tama Art University Graduation Exhibition – Material+” Spiral Garden    Gallery, Tokyo

Attended Workshops

2019 Glenn Carter, Pilchuck Glass School, WA

2017 William Gudenrath, The Studio Corning Museum of Glass, Corning NY

2017 Wesley Fleming, Snow Farm, MA

2016 Zachary Jorgenson, Terminal City Glass Co-op, Vancouver, BC

2014 Karina Guevin & Cedric Ginart, Pilchuck Glass School, WA

2013 Roger Parramore, Pilchuck Glass School, WA

2011 David Willis, Pilchuck Glass School, WA

2010 David Willis, Niijima International Glass Art Festival 2010, Tokyo, Japan 

Career

2017 Workshop: GSS Flameworking, Ottawa, ON

2017 Workshop: GSS Flameworking, Ottawa, ON

2016 Demonstration: Glass gathering 2016 at Sheridan College, Toronto, ON

2016 Demonstration: Espace Verre, Montreal, ON

2016 Assistant: Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA

2016 Lecture/Demonstration: Terminal City Glass Co-op, Vancouver, BC

Other Activities
2019 Teaching Assistant: Pilchuck Glass School, for the class of Kentaro Yanagi, WA

2019 Kitchen staff: Pilchuck Glass School Session 3, WA

2018 Kitchen staff: Pilchuck Glass School Session 4, WA

2018 Workshop coordinator: Karina Guevin & Cedric Ginart workshop at Atelier En, Chiba, Japan

2017 Workshop coordinator: Martin Janecky workshop at Scratch & Noise, Nagano, Japan

2014 Studio assistant: Niijima International Glass Art Festival, Tokyo, Japan

2013 Office staff: Niijima International Glass Art Festival, Tokyo, Japan

2012 Office staff: Niijima International Glass Art Festival, Tokyo, Japan

2012 Art instructor: Kawauso Camp in Takaikamishima, Ehime, Japan

2012 Gallery staff: Inochi no Matsuri, Tokyo, Japan 


Bibliography

2018 interior-joho.com, June 14th

2017 Vancouver Shinpo, “Enjoy Canada” January 12th vol.2

2017 Vancouver Shinpo, “Ebb/Flow: Stories of Transition” January 12thvol.2

2016 Vancouver Shinpo, June 30thvol.27

2016 Minkei News Vancouver, June 29th

Scholarships, Honors and Awards

2019 Pilchuck Auction Committee Scholarship Award

2019 Full Scholarship from Pilchuck Glass School, for the class of Glenn Carter, WA

2017 Full Scholarship from The Studio Corning Museum of Glass, for the class of William Gudenrath, Corning NY 

2017 Accepted in “New Glass Review 38”

2013 Full Scholarship from Pilchuck Glass School, for the class of Roger Parramor, WA

2010 Scholarship from Niijima International Glass Art Festival, to attend David Willis’ class at Pilchuck Glass School, WA