"Talk Session Series" report released
4/14 (Tue) Continuous Talk Session Series!
4/12 (Sun) Continuous Talk Session Series!
4/11 (Sat.) Continuous Talk Session Series!
Notice of postponement of performance
A project turning sento—Japanese public baths— into a stage for showcasing the Japanese art scene and forging links between people in 2020.
Project proposed by TOKYO SENTO Festival 2020 Executive Committee.
Dance Trucks — Ordinary delivery trucks are going around Tokyo, using their cargo boxes as mobile stages for dance and other contemporary performing arts.
Project proposed by JAPAN DANCE TRUCK ASSOCIATION.
This is a project where some of the world-renowned Japanese architects and artists create pavilions to offer the hottest charm to the world, being a showcase of the cutting-edge Japanese culture.
Project proposed by Executive Committee of Pavilion Tokyo 2020
(WATARI-UM, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art).
Tour-type theatrical works, set in Tokyo, standing closely with the memories and dreams of elderly people.
Project proposed by Marco Canale (Argentina).
“masayume” will call for applicants from across the globe to become the one person whose face will become a huge image to be hovering over the sky above Tokyo.
Project proposed by [mé].
As well as intangible cultural heritage from Japan, this project will invite practitioners of precious traditional performing arts from all corners of the globe to gather and showcase their arts in Tokyo.
Project proposed by Japan Folk Performing Arts Association.
Networking schools, community hubs and other local cultural resources, this project creates a scheme for generating dance in neighborhoods.
Project proposed by ADD Executive Committee.
An urban public art event showcasing Tokyo’s uniqueness.
It will feature live events and new hands-on interactive installations of light and sound.
Project proposed by Rhizomatiks.
An interactive music and art festival that uses the Sumida River as a huge stage, bringing together a great maelstrom of people.
Project proposed by TOPPING EAST.
Exhibition showcasing works by numerous manga artists on the theme of “What if Tokyo”
Project proposed by Exhibition of MANGA “What if Tokyo” Committee.
A large scale robotic installation showcasing the motion of athletes in Japanese garden.
Project proposed by Jason Bruges Studio (UK).
A Butoh-centered experimental art festival staged in Tokyo’s underground spaces.
Project proposed by Dance Archive Network.