event

TURN Meeting No. 6

2018.10.27

TURN Meeting No. 5  Photo: Ryohei Tomita

TURN Meetings is an open forum for sharing TURN and exchanging ideas.
For TURN Meeting No. 6, the second to be held this fiscal year, in anticipation of more diversity in society, we’ll gain a deeper understanding of the conditions and issues surrounding accessibility, by listening to voices from the front lines at municipal cultural facilities attempting to develop in terms of human resources and accessibility. In addition, we take a look back to August’s TURN Fes 4 with participating artists, and discuss the future of TURN and TURN Fes 5 with insights from guest artist Hiroshi Fuji. Participants can also look forward to a screening of video footage of dancer Kaiji Moriyama’s experiences during his interactive program stint at Atelier La Mano, and a kami-shibai paper theater performance by Hiroshi Fuji based on the picture book classic “Frog and Toad”.

Outline

Period

Saturday, October 27 2018, 13:15-17:00 (Doors open at 13:00)

Venues

Lecture room 3, Central building 2F, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts (12-8 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo)

Admission

Free
*Advance reservation not required.
*Sign language and speech-to-text support available.
*This event will be conducted in Japanese.

Guests

Hiroshi Fuji (artist), Kouo Uehara (artist), Keiko Watanabe (occupational therapist), Katsuya Ise (artist), Daisuke Yamashiro (artist), Sawako Inaniwa (chief of Educational and Public Programs, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum), Chizu Fukui (chief of Educational Section, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan)

Timetable

13:00-13:15

Doors open

13:15-13:50

Screening: Kaiji Moriyama × Atelier La Mano (filmed by Ryohei Tomita)
Film of dancer/choreographer Kaiji Moriyama’s interactions during his visit to Atelier La Mano, a facility where people with autism and mental disabilities work together to create things.

13:50-14:00

Break

14:00-14:10

Opening remarks
Katsuhiko Hibino (TURN supervisor)

14:10-14:50

Part 1: Efforts by municipal cultural facilities, in anticipation of more diversity in society
Sawako Inaniwa (chief of Educational and Public Programs, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum)
Chizu Fukui (chief of Educational Section, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan)
Moderator: Tsukasa Mori (TURN Project Director)

14:50-15:35

Part 2: A look back at TURN Fes 4
Kouo Uehara (artist)
Keiko Watanabe (occupational therapist)
Katsuya Ise (artist)
Daisuke Yamashiro (artist)
Moderator: Tsukasa Mori

15:35-15:45

Break

15:45-16:00

Hiroshi Fuji’s kami-shibai paper theater performance of “Frog and Toad”

16:00-16:30

Part 3: Creating and opening forums
Hiroshi Fuji (artist)
Interviewer: Tsukasa Mori

16:30-16:55

Part 4: The future of TURN ~Objectives of the Interactive Program and TURN LAND~
Katsuhiko Hibino
Tsukasa Mori

16:55-17:00

Closing remarks

*Speakers, schedules and program details are subject to change.

Guests

Sawako Inaniwa
(chief of Educational and Public Programs, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum)

Chizu Fukui
(chief of Educational Section, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan)

Kouo Uehara
(artist)
https://turn-project.com/about/who/kouo-uehara

Keiko Watanabe
(occupational therapist)

Katsuya Ise
(artist)
https://turn-project.com/about/who/katsuya-ise

Daisuke Yamashiro
(artist)
https://turn-project.com/about/who/daisuke-yamashiro

Hiroshi Fuji
(artist)

Access

JR Line

About a 10 min. walk
From either “Ueno (Park exit)” or “Uguisudani” stations.

Metro Line

About a 15 min. walk
From “Ueno” station on the Ginza and Hibiya subway lines.
About a 5 min. walk
From “Nezu” station on the Chiyoda subway line.

Keisei Line

About a 15 min. walk
From “Keisei-Ueno” station on the Keisei electric railway.

Toei Bus

About a 3 min. walk
From “Yanaka” bus stop on the Toei Bus(26 Kameido-Ueno Park).

“Megurin”

About a few min. walk
From “5-1.Tokyo Geijyutsu Daigaku (Tokyo University of the Arts)”
The Touzai Megurin(East-West Route)
*Megurin: Taito city circlar route bus.