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Immigration Museum Tokyo: Seeking project members

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  • Art Project ,
  • Others

Travel with us through an unknown world in the Tokyo area

The Immigration Museum Tokyo (IMM) program has used contemporary art as a medium to put together art projects through exchange and interaction with foreigners living in the community. Program organizers are seeking IMM project members to help out with an exhibition slated for summer 2020.

Participants

  • People interested in or studying multiculturalism and international exchange
  • People interested in or studying art
  • People who want to share creative ideas with others
  • People who want to get involved in exhibition planning and guide duties
  • People who want to expand their interests and outlook

Eligibility
People of any nationality aged 16 or above
*The current IMM planning team has a very international feel, with members from Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan. We look forward to the participation of people of various nationalities.
*Participation is restricted to people who can communicate in either Japanese, English, Mandarin, Cantonese or Korean.

Activity venue
Tokyo University of the Arts, Senju Campus / others

Details

The following activities will be conducted in the run-up to the 2020 exhibition. Participants can engage in activities they are interested in and are good at (further details will be provided at the briefing).
*Activities slated to commence in October 2019

Research into real-world multiculturalism
Tokyo is dotted about with places where we can experience diverse cultures within Japan; the multilingual announcements at Shin Okubo Station, a kebab joint in Roppongi where Turkish is the only language you hear, the mosque in Yoyogi Uehara. Maybe you’ve been interested in checking out such multicultural facilities, shops, restaurants and organizations but feel uncomfortable going alone. On this program you will access and discover an unknown world with likeminded people, and conduct research through on-the-ground experiences and exchange.
*Occasional program

Exchanging ideas on the exhibition
Based on their research into multiculturalism, members will exchange ideas concerning the IMM exhibition to be held in 2020.Your ideas could make it to the event!
*Occasional program

Art tour guide duties at the IMM exhibition
In an opportunity for project members to demonstrate the multicultural literacy they have accumulated during their research activities, we will appoint interested parties as guides for the 2020 IMM exhibition.
*During the IMM exhibition period in 2020

Briefing

Saturday, October 26 2019, 13:00-15:00
Venue: Tokyo University of the Arts, Senju Campus (1-25-1 Senju, Adachi-ku, Tokyo)
Admission: Free

If you’re interested, please apply as outlined below. You will then receive information about the briefing.

E-mail
With “IMM Project Member” as the subject line, please send an e-mail to the address below, including in the main body your name, contact details (telephone number and e-mail address)and where you would like to go (only fill in if you have a concrete suggestion).
E-mail:info@aaa-senju.com

Telephone
Tel: 03-6806-1740 (13:00 – 18:00 (except Tuesday and Thursday))

Online form
Please apply using the form here

*Please set your devices to allow messages from info@aaa-senju.com
*Your personal information will be handled as strictly confidential, and used only to send you information from the organizer about this event.

Contact

Art Access Adachi: Downtown Senju-Connecting through Sound Art Office
Contact Form: Please contact via the contact form on the official website.
Tel: 03-6806-1740 (13:00 – 18:00 except Tuesday and Thursday)
E-Mail: info@aaa-senju.com

Credit

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Tokyo University of the Arts Faculty of Music, OTOMACHI PROJECT(NPO), Adachi City