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Amu Arts

Amu, from the Japanese word meaning to weave, envisions a future where traditional arts are woven into the fabric of civic life. We envision artists, chefs, writers, and performers enhancing diverse communities through innovation, collaboration, and teaching. By elevating creative and minority voices, we seek a future that is more equitable and heart-driven, enriched by celebrating and revitalizing long traditions. 

Focus Areas:

  • Kimono Hariko
  • Papier-Mâché
  • Magewappa
  • Beppu Take Zaiku
  • Book Arts
  • Woodblock Printing
  • Kintsugi
  • Buaisou Indigo