NPO法人 日本似顔絵アーティスト協会

Convention


JPG2023 is coming!
We look forward to meeting many talented artists here in Japan!

Title JAPAN GRAND PRIX 2023
Organization Nihon Nigaoe Artist Association
Sponsor  Toyonaka City
Osaka Univer city  Research Institute for Tourism Industry
Japan Institute of Eventology
Date March 14 to 19, 2023

For Artists — JAPAN GRAND PRIX (Competition)
>>>March. 14 (Tue.)  to 17(Fri.).

For general public — Caricature Event
>>>March. 16 (Thu.) to 19 (Sun.) .

Place Toyonaka Performing Arts Center
Address:
3-7-2 Sonehigashinocho, Toyonaka-shi, Osaka

Directions:
Roughly a 5-minute walk from Sone Station on the Hankyu Railway Takarazuka Line

 

Participation Fee 1. Artist

-16,500 JPY (early registration: Until February 14, 24:00JST)
-20,000 JPY (regular registration: From February 15 to the day of the event)
-7,000 JPY (Student)

*Artists will be provided with a convention T-shirt and wall.

2. Guest
-13,000 JPY (All days pass)
-5,500 JPY/day  (one day pass)
-2,200 JPY/day  (Student / one day pass)

*Guests will be allowed to enter the venue, but will be provided with a convention T-shirt and wall.

【Cancellation Policy】
In case of cancellation before payment:
No cancellation fee
In case of cancellation after payment:
50% until the day before the event (March 13)
In case of cancellation on the day of the event: 100%.
*Transfer fee will be deducted from the above amount.

How to Join Registration Form

Please fill out the required information here and pay the registration fee via paypal to complete your registration. After submitting the application form, you will receive payment instructions.
(This form is only for residents outside of Japan.)
Contents
  •  Japan Grand Prix (for Artist)
  • Live Sketch Tournament (for Artist, public viewing available)
  • Seminar (for Artist)
  • Retail caricature booth (for the general public)
  • Caricature wall Art (for the general public)
  • Exhibition of Caricature artworks (for the general public)

All participants are requested to wear masks and disinfect their hands in accordance with the rules of the facility as a precautionary measure against COVID-19.