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Art Project 789 8th Edition

Taking up issues affecting art projects and looking at them one by one and attempting to find some resolution

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  • Lecture / Symposium

“Art Project 789” is a series of talks hosted by Nozomu Ogawa, Chief Director of TERATOTERA, which sponsors various art events along Tokyo’s Chuo Line railway between Koenji and Kokubunji, featuring guests involved with art projects in different fields. This forum takes up issues affecting art projects around the country, looking at them one by one and attempting to find some resolution.

Art Project 789 is a continuation of a project that ran for three years from 2010: Art Project 0123’s lecture course in basic knowledge, and its more advanced version Art Project 456 held in 2013, in which course participants learnt about the actual workplace by putting everything from planning to operation into practice. 5 sessions are planned this year.

For our 8th Edition, we will be inviting Nadegata Instant Party, an artist unit that has participated in numerous art festivals, creating works while working closely with the local communities they visit. Rather than focusing on “objects” such as pictures or sculptures, Nadegata Instant Party focuses on the process of making things with participants in their projects. This time they will share with us sources of distress they experience with “Leaving Behind Projects.”


Nadegata Instant Party

Nozomu Ogawa (Chief Director of TERATOTERA / Director of Art Center Ongoing)


*Reservation is required


500 yen

How to reserve

Send an E-mail with the subject line “TERATOTERA 789 第8回予約” to, including the number of participants, your name, and your e-mail address, your phone number. When reservation is accepted, you will receive the confirmation E-mail.

*Your personal information will be handled as strictly confidential, and used only to send you information from the organizer about this event.


Art Center Ongoing
1-8-7 Kichijoji Higashi-cho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0002




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Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Ongoing (General Incorporated Association)
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