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[MOVE ARTS JAPAN] “Travel and the Potential of AIR” Residency Presentation

[MOVE ARTS JAPAN] “Travel and the Potential of AIR” Residency Presentation
Period:November 25 (Fri), 2016
Etc.:To reserve a seat please contact info(at)movearts.jp with the title “MAJ event” and your name.
Hours:18:30-20:30
Etc.:* Reception desk open from 18:00.
Admission:Free
Venue:1F Community Space

Thelma Vilas Boas, Alex Desebrock, Thuy-Tien Nguyen, Mohamad Haryo Hutomo

■Event title: "Travel and the Potential of AIR" - How to draw out the full potential of an artist residency

■Outline:
Move Arts Japan residence program participating artists present the results of their projects, in conversation with Japan's residency organizers and artists for a round table on the topic of "residency" and its possibilities.

■ Organized by Genera Non-Profit Incorporated Artistic Organization Command N
■ Supported by the Agency of Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2016
■ In cooperation with 3331 Arts Chiyoda

■ MOVE ARTS JAPAN website: http://movearts.jp

■Event contents:
In collaboration with residency program AIR 3331 (http://residence.3331.jp/en/) and support from the Agency of Cultural Affairs Government of Japan, Japan's only non-governmental online source for Japan's artist-in-residence Move Arts Japan will be made bilingual to promote global accessibility. Additionally, four artists from abroad will be invited to undergo the "tourism model" of residency proposed by Move Arts Japan.
Through this event, invitation artists Thelma Vilas Boas, Alex Desebrock, Thuy-Tien Nguyen, and Mohamad Haryo Hutomo will present the results of their projects, carried out in multiple localities across Japan, as a symposium held in tandem with Japan's residency organizers and artists, in consideration of the benefits and possibilities of travelling Japan through Move Arts Japan and critical topics for the future of artist-in-residence operations, both in Japan and abroad.
Contributing speakers include AIR specialist Mami Odai of "Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio", internationally active painter Hiroshi Sugito, Junpei Mori of the rapidly growing AIR of the Kanto area "PARADISE AIR", and painter Yoshinori Takakura of the artist-run residence "Haishakkei". Further, artist and supervising director of independent arts center 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Masato Nakamura will join as speaker. Surely this is a discussion not to be missed!
Additionally, a simultaneous exhibition will be held inside 3331 Arts Chiyoda (space B105 and B108) as an opportunity to directly interact with the artists and their work, developed in immersive community settings in Akita, Fukuoka and Sapporo.

■International Invitation Artists
Thelma Vilas Boas (Brazil)
Alex Desebrock (Australia)
Thuy-Tien Nguyen (Vietnam)
Mohamad Haryo Hutomo (Indonesia)

■Guest Speakers
Masato NAKAMURA /Supervising Director of 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Director of Move Arts Japan
Mami ODAI /AIR Director of Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio, Director of Move Arts Japan (Portal Website)
Hiroshi SUGITO /Painter
Junpei MORI / Director of PARADISE AIR
Yoshinori TAKAKURA /Haishakkei

■Symposium Event Schedule
◯Part1 18:30-18:45/ Move Arts Japan mission overview
Speaker: Mami Odai
◯Part2 18:45-19:30/ Presentation of residency results by invitation artists
Speakers: Thelma Vilas Boas, Alex Desebrock, Thuy-Tien Nguyen, Mohamad Haryo Hutomo
◯Part3 19:30-20:30/ Roundtable discussion
Speakers: Masato Nakamura, Mami Odai, Hiroshi Sugito, Junpei Mori, Yoshinori Takakura, Thelma Vilas Boas, Alex Desebrock, Thuy-Tien Nguyen, Mohamad Haryo Hutomo

■ Reservations
To reserve a seat for the presentation, please contact info(at)movearts.jp with the title "MAJ event" with your name and phone number. Reservations also available by phone or fax.
E-mail: info@movearts.jp|TEL: 03-6803-2441(MAJ)|FAX: 03-6803-2442

■ Simultaneous Exhibition
Carrying their actions from community to community across Japan, participating artists of the Move Arts Japan residence program present their personal experiences, research and work-in-progress.
Date: November 25 (Fri), 2016
Time: 12:00-21:00
Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda (space B105 and B108)
Entry: Free

■ Venue & Access
3331 Arts Chiyoda
6-11-14 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo, 101-0024
MAP: https://www.3331.jp/access/en/
・1 min. from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Suehirocho station (Exit 4)
・3 min. from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Yushima station (Exit 6)
・6 min. from Toei Oedo Line Ueno-Okachimachi station (Exit A1)
・7 min. from JR Okachimachi station (Southern Exit)
・8 min. from JR Akihabara station (Electric City Exit)

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