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Update regarding the Museums’ response to the earthquake on 1 January 2024 (as of 18 January)

 The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa is currently temporarily closed for maintenance due to damage caused by the earthquake on 1 January 2024. As the timeline of repairs has been finalized, we are able to reopen part of the free Public Zone on 6 February (Tuesday).
 The Exhibition Zone will remain closed for the time being, as the glass ceiling panels in some exhibition rooms and the seats in Theatre 21 sustained damaged. Entry to the above-ground and underground sections of the Permanent Exhibit “The Swimming Pool” will also be suspended for the time being.
 The museum website and social media will continue to be updated with the latest information.

● Areas to be re-opened: Public Zone (From 6 February)
This includes entry to the following areas:
・People’s Gallery A, B
・James TURRELL「Blue Planet Sky」
・Art Library
・Kids Studio
・Tea Rooms
・Lecture Hall
・Café Restaurant “Fusion21”
・Museum Shop
* We will also reopen in-person membership applications.

● Facilities that will be closed for the time being:
・Exhibition Zone
・Long-Term Project Room
・Design Gallery
・Theater 21

● Exhibitions organized by the museum that are suspended for the time being:
DXP (Digital Transformation Planet): Towards the Next Interface
Collection Exhibition 2: Electricity-Sound
Special Exhibition: Ryoji Ikeda
* Access to both sections of the Permanent Exhibit “The Swimming Pool” is currently not allowed.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.