This project is aimed at building an environment where everyone can access and enjoy arts and culture through cultural projects and the resources of metropolitan cultural facilities. As well as expanding and improving the environment for diverse people including the elderly, people with disabilities, infants and people with roots overseas to participate in cultural projects and create together, project organizers work on program validation, program model development, and on-site practice and research.
In partnership with 12 cultural facilities and NPOs etc. involved in social issues in the community, organizers will promote and disseminate initiatives necessary for arts and culture going forward, while leveraging mutual perspectives and skills.
Metropolitan Tokyo cultural facilities (Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum, Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery, Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) Hongo, Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) Residency, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, etc.), Various locations throughout Tokyo, etc.