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Japan Creative Centre

When Tradition Meets Creativity


Japan Creative Centre is proud to present the ONE AND ONLY artist talk by painting artist, Mr. Tomoyuki Kambe. Mr. Kambe is a Japanese painter from Gifu prefecture. Come and listen to this artist talk and learn about how traditional culture meets creativity in the hands of Mr. Kambe.

*First 30 registrants will receive a souvenir from Gifu.

NOTE: The event 'When Tradition Meets Creativity' by Iskandar Jalil and Tomoyuki Kambe will be changed to 'When Tradition Meets Creativity' by Tomoyuki Kambe.

We apologise for the sudden change of the event due to unforseen circumstances in the artist schedule where Mr Iskandar will not be able to join the talk. In view of this, the event will only focus on a talk specially by Mr. Tomoyuki Kambe. For those who already registered for the former event, you may choose to cancel your registration.

To cancel registration, please email to

DATE: Friday, 1st February 2013
TIME: 7:00 pm
VENUE: Japan Creative Centre, 4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372
REGISTRATION FOR ARTIST TALK: Click HERE to register (RSVP by 31st January)


©Tomoyuki Kambe

Tomoyuki Kambe

Mr. Tomoyuki Kambe is an emerging young painter from Gifu prefecture. Mr. Kambe's exhibition was held in different parts of the world, such as New York, France, China and many more.

'I believes just as the world is made up of multitude of microscopic creatures, and similarly, our society draws on a variety of smaller components for direction and shape. By capturing instances of time in paint and paper, I hope to illuminate what has been and what is eternal-life’s transitory and changing nature.' - Tomoyuki Kambe

Please register early to avoid disappointment. We regret that as there is limited seating, seats will be confirmed only upon receipt of confirmation email from JCC. ALL EVENTS ARE FREE OF CHARGE.

Japan Creative Centre

4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372
+65 6737 0434/
Nearest parking at Orchard Hotel & Delphi Orchard
Japan Creative Centre