スペシャル企画!ニキ美術館で授乳イベント

  • 投稿日:2013年06月28日
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スペシャル企画!ニキ美術館で授乳イベント 

『美しい自然と、ユニークなニキの作品に囲まれて・・・ 赤ちゃんと一緒に美術館』

女性をテーマにした作品にとりくんだアーティスト・ニキの作品に囲まれた空間を、赤ちゃんと一緒に訪れて授乳するユニークなイベントを開催しました!

小さな子どもと一緒だと、なかなか行きづらい場所のひとつでもある美術館ですが、モーハウスでは、ニキ美術館、らくふぁむと共催で、赤ちゃんと一緒に楽しめるイベントを企画しました。

日時:5月23日(土)  *午前11:00~

会場:ニキ美術館(栃木県那須郡那須町湯本203) 
ニキ美術館URL:http://www.niki-museum.jp/


ニキ美術館は、現代を代表する女性彫刻家、ニキ・ド・サンファルの作品のみを展示する世界で唯一の美術館です。
ニキ美術館URL:http://www.niki-museum.jp/
型にはまらない自由な作風で第一線に立ち続けていたニキ・ド・サンファル作品がもつ圧倒的なパワーに満たされた空間は、訪れる女性たちへの勇気あふれるメッセージとして感銘を与え続けています。また、美術館建物へのアプローチは、那須の自然をいかした庭園になっており、四季おりおりの姿で来館者を迎えてくれます。

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Upside-down Nana
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■イベント開催報告


ニキ美術館は静かな森の中にあります。

館長さん×ミツハタのクロストーク

参加のママたち、ワクワク!

一番小さい赤ちゃんは、なんと生後3週間!
助産師さんから許可をもらっての参加でした。

沢山のご家族&取材の方にお越しいただきました。

イベントの時間までは、自由に作品鑑賞。

ヘビさんがお気に入り?

ちょっと怖い顔にびっくり!

さあそろそろ…自分の好きな作品の前に座って

ニキ美術館で授乳イベント開始です。

ニキの作品に想いをはせて…

ママも赤ちゃんも嬉しそうです

男性の副館長さんの目から見ても
面白いイベントだったようです。

お腹も心も満たされました!

沢山のご参加をいただき、本当にありがとうございました!

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