event

TURN FES 3

2017.8.18 - 8.20

TURN FES 3 will take place over three days, from Friday, August 18 through Sunday, August 20, 2017, bringing together TURN participants from each region for an exhibition of work, workshops and talk sessions, and various unique programs.
At this year’s TURN FES, we aim to offer accessibility services that enable people to do ordinary things easily, regardless of disability or impairment. These services include traveling with people who find it difficult to come to the venue to experience what they experience and using various technologies and communicator guides to assist people at the venue. 
We hope that you’ll seize this opportunity to experience the diverse array of interactions that only TURN can create in partnership with Interactive Program participants, their supporters, and visitors to this unique festival.

Date

Friday, August 18 – Sunday, August 20, 2017

Open

(18) 9:30-21:00, (19・20) 9:30-17:30
*Last admission is 30 minutes before closing

Venue

LBF Citizen’s Gallery1,2, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum(8-36 Ueno-Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo)

Admission

Free
* Accessibility service available such as JSL Interpretation and speech-to-text support.*This event will be conducted in Japanese.

Organized by

Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo / Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), the nonprofit organization Art’s Embrace

Event Program

We plan a variety of programs including tour, talks and workshops.
Please join us!

Friday, August 18

11:00-11:30

TURN Tour①
Guide:Riko Okuyama(Coordinator)

14:00-14:30

TURN Tour②
TURN Sanpo by Tobira

14:30-15:30

TURN in BIENALSUR Pre-departure Talk
Katsuhiko Hibino, Tomoko Iwata

15:00-15:30

TURN Tour③
Walking around TURN FES with Let's member

16:30-17:00

Atsuki Takamoto & ASAHIGAWASO: Interactive Program Public Meeting
Atsuki Takamoto, ASAHIGAWASO SOCIAL WELFARE CORP.

17:30-18:30

Joint talk hosted by Tatsushi Takizawa & Satsuki Imai
Experiences From the Front Lines of Truancy and Social Withdrawal: Creating Multiple Options in Society

Kageki Asakura (Shure University), Makoto Sato (the nonprofit organization Gunma Youth Support Net, Alice Garden), Tatsushi Takizawa, Satsuki Imai

18:30-19:00

TURN Tour④
Guide:Satsuki Imai(artist)

19:00-20:30

Considering New Forms of Learning
Fumihiko Sumitomo (Director, Arts Maebashi), Katsuhiko Hibino

*Due to extended opening for special exhibitions, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum will be open until 21:00 on this date.

Saturday, August 19

10:00-17:00

Yoshikazu Yamagata’s coconogacco in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum(1)

11:00-11:30

TURN Tour①
Guide:Eri Ishikawa(NPO Theatre Accessibility network)

13:00-15:00

Workshop: Opening up TURN LAND
Facilitator: Yoshiaki Nishimura
Shure University, Harmony, Atelier La Mano and others

13:30-14:00

TURN Tour②
Guide:Katsuhiko Hibino(Supervisor)

14:00-15:00

Walking with 【Mé】(1)

15:30-16:00

TURN Tour③
TURN Sanpo by Tobira

16:00-17:00

Program organized in association with Satsuki Imai(1) Looking Back at APDEC
Satsuki Imai, Students from Shure University, OBOG, staff

Sunday, August 20

10:00-17:00

Yoshikazu Yamagata’s coconogacco in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum(2)

11:00-12:00

Accessibility Meeting
Exploring the intersection of accessibility and expression, focusing on a diverse array of disability characteristics
Facilitators: Masataka Baba and others

11:30-12:00

TURN Tour①
RAKUDA STUDIO TURN FES Document Tour

13:00-13:30

TURN Tour②
Guide:Yuta Itani (actor, musician)

13:30-16:30

Daisuke Yamashiro: Sensory Media Laboratory (SML) project
All-white Picture Book, Kick-off Forum
A talk event in which people with visual impairment, artists, and researchers will take a fresh approach to considering perception and the five senses
Speakers: Mitsuko Iwata (Tenyaku Fureai ehon), Mika Fukumori (Ototenji), Asa Ito (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Daisuke Yamashiro

14:00-15:00

Walking with 【Mé】(2)

15:30-16:00

TURN Tour③
TURN Sanpo by Tobira

15:30−16:15

Program organized in association with Satsuki Imai(2)
Satsuki Imai, Students from Shure University, OBOG, staff

16:30-17:15

TURN FES 3 Closing Talk
Speakers: Katsuhiko Hibino, Tsukasa Mori, Riko Okuyama

【Interactive Programs -all day-】

「A Square of Light」 Emi Tomizuka + Madame Bonjour JohnJ
「Kaze Aruki─Chu ni Noboru」Kentaro Onishi + KOMONE FUKUSHIEN

Film

Masanori Ikeda「A Road Show」
9:50/10:55/12:00/13:05/14:10/15:15/16:20
(18 Only,17:25/18:30/19:35)
RAKUDA STUDIO「TURN 1 to 3」
10:00/11:00/12:00/13:00/14:00/15:00/16:00
(18 Only,17:00/18:00/19:00/20:00)

TURN Tour

These tours will take place several times each day, led by TURN project members and staff. Each tour lasts about 30 minutes. There is no need to apply in advance — just show up and take part.

Artists & Community

Masanori Ikeda
KOMONE FUKUSHIEN
Satsuki Imai
Yuta Itani
Kentaro Onishi
Kazue Kawase
【Mé】
ASAHIGAWASO SOCIAL WELFARE CORP.
Shure University
SHOBU Gakuen
Masahiro Takahashi
Atsuki Takamoto
Tatsushi Takizawa
Kura Tengyo
Ryohei Tomita
Emi Tomizuka
Creative Support Let’s (certified nonprofit organization)
Madame Bonjour JohnJ
Yoshikazu Yamagata+c o c o n o g a c c o
Daisuke Yamashiro
RAKUDA STUDIO
TURN in BIENALSUR

Introducing activities

The Day That Takahashi-san Opened up the Map /Masahiro Takahashi + Masanori Ikeda + Kazue Kawase

Takahashi-san has a hand-drawn expressway map that he has been updating every year for more than 30 years. Join us at the turning point brought about by this third year of interaction as the map is opened up for the first time.
Production Cooperation: Kyosaren Recycled Bottle Washing Center

photo : Kazue Kawase

A School TURNs/Yoshikazu Yamagata + coconogacco + SHOBU Gakuen

Answers mustn’t be wrong. You mustn’t make mistakes, much less allow your attention to drift…. coconogacco is a fashion design school led by Yoshikazu Yamagata which seeks to rethink this educational standard. With the cooperation of SHOBU Gakuen, coconogacco presents a new kind of lesson that will TURN your thinking around.

Please note that speakers and program content may change without notice. For the latest information, please visit the official Facebook page for TURN.
https://www.facebook.com/turnproject/