As part of the Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture will hold the Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Public Call Adopted Projects Presentation Forum.
This forum will bring together for the first time the proponents of the projects adopted who will give presentations outlining the aims and contents of each project.
Performance by guest artists will take place prior to the presentation of each project.
The presentations will be conducted using the PechaKucha presentation format where presenters will show 20 images for 20 seconds each, with reference to 2020.
Please take this opportunity to get a clearer understanding of the challenging and attractive Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Public Call Adopted Projects which will initiate this fall.
*With simultaneous Japanese-English interpretation
[Selected proposals of Public Call for Project Proposals for Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL]
“The Constant Gardeners”
Project proposed by Jason Bruges Studio (UK)
“SYN LIGHT DANCE IN TOKYO”
Project proposed by Rhizomatiks
“Hikari no Hayasa (The speed of light)”
Project proposed by Marco Canale (Argentina)
“SUMIDA RIVER | Storm and Urge”
Project proposed by NPO TOPPING EAST
“World Performing Arts Festival 2020”
Project proposed by Japan Folk Performing Arts Association
“DANCE TRUCK TOKYO”
Project proposed by JAPAN DANCE TRUCK ASSOCIATION
“TOKYO SENTO Festival 2020”
Project proposed by TOKYO SENTO Festival 2020 Executive Committee
“TOKYO REAL UNDERGROUND”
Project proposed by NPO Dance Archive Network
“Pavilion Tokyo 2020”
Project proposed by Pavilion Tokyo 2020 Executive Committee (WATARI-UM, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art)
“After-school Diversity Dance”
Project proposed by ADD Executive Committee
Project proposed by [ mé ]
“Exhibition of MANGA “What if Tokyo””
Project proposed by Exhibition of MANGA “What if Tokyo” Committee
*Listed in Japanese syllabary order.
*Project titles are tentative and subject to change.
Representatives of 12 adopted projects
Miho Nakai (Announcer)
Astrid Klein (Co-founder of “PechaKucha Night”)
KOM_I (from Wednesday Campanella)
Maximum 150 people
Advanced reservation required.
*Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For application, please register from the registration web page.
15:00 on Monday, August 26
Public Call for Project Proposals Office for Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL
Spiral Hall (3rd floor, Spiral, 5-6-23 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo)