Volunteers Wanted to Support the TERATOTERA Festival!
TERAKKO are the volunteer staff of TERATOTERA, art projects closely connected with the area between the Koenji and Kokubunji stations on Tokyo’s JR Chuo Line. TERATOTERA has since 2010 presented a variety of art events, with a view to creating an art movement in the area. TERAKKO staff are at the heart of planning and operation for exhibitions, talks, and live performances in these communities.
TERATOTERA is now looking for staff to support its biggest event of the year, the TERATOTERA Festival.
The TERATOTERA Festival is an art event that will see exhibitions, film showings, and live music and stage performances in the area around Mitaka Station between February 20th and 22nd. TERAKKO volunteers will assist with such things as loading in, setting up, and loading out of works presented, as well as supervising the works and offering guidance to visitors on presentation day. Volunteers available for only one day are also very welcome.
This is also a golden opportunity for those wishing someday to find paid employment in the field of art to gain experience. TERAKKO volunteers range in age from their teens to their 60s, and include every type of person from designers and system engineers to housewives and students.
TERATOTERA offers a chance to become more closely involved in your own community, and to learn more about the arts. Come to the introductory meeting and find out what you can gain by becoming a TERAKKO.
Meeting is in Japanese.
Ongoing (General Incorporated Association)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Culture Creation Project (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Ongoing (General Incorporated Association)