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Past Powered by PechaKucha Event: Japanese Art or Art in Japan?

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Japanese Art or Art in Japan?

February 19, 2015
@ SuperDeluxe

Japanese Art or Art in Japan? Powered by PechaKucha 

●Schedule

  MC – Mr. Mark Dytham (Klein Dytham Architect)

11:30 Door open

12:00 Mark Dytham about PechaKucha Night

12:10 Mr. Tatsuhiko Murata, Director of Youkobo Art Space [Artist in residence], Q&A

12:20 Ms. Hiromi Ito, Media Exchange Producer, Office H [Animation], Q&A

12:30 Ms. Yuna Tajima, Producer, Theater company CHITEN[Theater], Q&A

12:40 Ms. Hiromi Aihara, president/Producer, Bewiz, Inc. 

Ms. Yuri Kubota, Be Wiz, Inc. [film], Q&A

12:50 Ms. Yukiko Shikata, independent curator [media art], Q&A

 

13:00 ~13:20 Intermission (20 min.) *Refreshments will be served

 

13:20 Mr. Masahiro Yasuda, Director, Yamanote Jijosha[Theater], Q&A

13:30 Ms. Mayumi Taniguchi, Program Coordinator of Volunteer program, Sibiu International 

Theater Festival [volunteer], Q&A 

13:40 Mr. Roland Hagenberg, Writer, photographer and film maker [Architecture], Q&A

13:50  Ms. Mikiko Kikuta, independent curator/Artistic Director of “European Eyes on Japan / 

Japan Today” photography project [photography], Q&A

14:00 Mr. Takayuki Yamamoto, the Institute of HATTORI Cooking and Nutrition [gastronomy], Q&A

14:10 ~14:40 Reception  *Refreshments will be served

14:40 Closing

 

●Presenters [genre]:

  Mr. Mark Dytham, Klein Dytham Architect / PechaKucha Night founder [PechaKucha Night]

Mr. Tatsuhiko Murata, Director of Youkobo Art Space [Artist in residence]

  Ms. Hiromi Ito, Media Exchange Producer, Office H [Animation]

  Ms. Yuna Tajima, Producer, Theater company CHITEN[Theater]

  Mr. Roland Hagenberg, Writer, photographer and film maker [Architecture]

  Ms. Hiromi Aihara, President/Producer, Bewiz, Inc. / Yuri Kubota, Be Wiz, Inc. [film]

  Mr. Masahiro Yasuda, Director, Yamanote Jijosha[Theater]

  Ms. Mayumi Taniguchi, Program Coordinator of Colunteer program, Sibiu International 

Theater Festival & Mr. Yosuke Hosoi [volunteer]

  Ms. Yukiko Shikata, independent curator [media art]

  Ms. Mikiko Kikuta, independent curator/artistic Director of “European Eyes on Japan/Japan Today” photography project [photography]

  Mr. Takayuki Yamamoto, the Institute of HATTORI Cooking and Nutrition [gastronomy]

 

●Audience: 

Riga 2014 (Latvia) –European Capital of Culture  

Ms. Diana Civle (Director, Riga2014)

Ms. Karine Kalniņa (Project Coordinator, Riga2014)

Pilsen2015 (Czech) –European Capital of Culture

Mr. Martin Baxa (Vice-mayor of Pilsen)

Mr. Jiří Suchánek (Director, Pilsen 2015) 

Mr. Petr Simon   (International Projects Manager, Pilsen 2015)

Mr. Robin Shōen Heřman (Director, Czech-Japanese Association)

Mons2015 (Belgium) –European Capital of Culture 

   Ms. Caroline Kadziola (International Relations Director, Mons 2015)

San Sebastian 2016 (Spain) –European Capital of Culture

Mr. Xabier Paya Ruiz (Program director, San Sebastian 2016)

Ms. Amaia Almirall (Director of Donostia Kultura, San Sebastian2016)

Wroclaw2016 (Poland) –European Capital of Culture

Mr. Jarosław Obremski (Chairman of Programme Council of Wroclaw 2016)

Pafos 2017 (Cyprus) –European Capital of Culture

  Mr. Christos G. Patsalides (Chairman, Pafos2017)

Leeuwarden2018 (The Netherlands) –European Capital of Culture

Mr. Oeds Westerhof (Network Director, Leeuwarden 2018) 

Mr. Lieven Bertels   (Artistic Director, Leeuwarden 2018) 

Plovdiv 2019 (Bulgaria) –European Capital of Culture

Mr. Stefan Stoyanov (Vice-mayor of Plovdiv)

Mr. Valeri Kyorlinski (Executive Director, Plovdiv 2019)

 

■Cultural Attache of Embassies of European countries

・Ms. Severine DE POTTER, First Secretary, Embassy of Belgium 

・Mr. Miroslaw Blaszczak, Director of Polish Cultural and Information Center in Tokyo, First Counsellor of the Embassy of Poland

 ・Ms. Marta Karsz, Vice-director of Polish Cultural and Information Center in Tokyo

 ・Mr. Branislav Pochaba, First Secretary, Embassy of Slovakia 

 ・Ms. Andrea Kalman, Second Secretary, Culture and Press, Embassy of Hungary 

 ・Ms. Ineke van de Pol, Counsellor for Press and Cultural Affairs, Netherlands Embassy

  ・Mr. Bas Valckx, Press and Cultural Affairs, Netherlands Embassy

 ・Ms. Galina Meiluniene, Embassy of Lithuania

 ・Mr. Samson Sylvain, Responsable du service artistique, Institut francais du Japon-Tokyo

 ・Ms. Dana Rudaka, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Latvia

 ・Ms. Antoaneta Grigorova, Second Secretary, Culture and Press, Embassy of Bulgaria

  ・Mr. Santiago Herrero Amigo, Cultural Counsellor, Embassy of Spain

 ・Ms. Hiroko Takebe, Cultural Affairs Officer, Delegation of the European Union 

 

Other Japanese art & culture people

・Mr. Taro Inamura, Program Coordinator, The Saison Foundation 

・Mr. Tatsuo Fukutomi, Public Relations Manager, The Saison Foundation

・Ms. Yamamoto Maki, International Culture Exchange Japan

・Ms. Hiroko Murata, Youkobo art space

・Ms. Makiko Tsuji, Youkobo art space

・Ms. Noriko Namikoshi, International Department, Digital Content Association of Japan

・Ms. Hatsumi Fukutomi, Producer of Yamanote Jijosha

・Mr. Yuichiro Ozawa, Mr. Taro Mikami, GroundRiddim

 

Other

・Nele Duprix, New Business Development Director, Akoni KK

  (Collecting data for the “EU MUG”, newsletter of EU Delegation)

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Japanese Cinema through the Eyes of Europe

BY HIROMI AIHARA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Hiromi Aihara and Yuri Kubota talk about how Japanese movies are appreciated in Europe. They also speak about the many European movie Awards given to the films in Japan. Yuri Kubota then explores the development of future Japanese animated films.

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Anime Masters

BY HIROMI ITO
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Hiromi Ito talks about the empire of Japanese anime and its huge popularity across the world. She also speaks about the many people and industries involve in creating these animations.

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Yojo-han

BY MASAHIRO YASUDA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Masahiro Yasuda, the  founder of Yamanote Jijosha, speaks about the many Yojo-han styles plays he has written and directed. Yojo-han combines the art and style of European and Japanese. He has won multiple awards in many Japanese events for these plays. 

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How to Bring New Life to the Countryside

BY ROLAND HAGENBERG
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Roland Hagenberg talks about his Architectural work in the country of Vienna. He creates beautiful guest house in the rural part of Vienna. He also talks about some of his future projects in Japan and Europe

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The Four Season Dish

BY TAKAYUKI YAMAMOTO
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Takayuki Yamamoto talks about the origin and history of the famous Japanese dish Washaku. These meals can be created at home and enjoy at many Japanese restaurants. He also speaks about many cooking schools across Japan. 

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Artist Residency Program

BY TATSUHIKO MURATO
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Tatsuhiko Murato talks about the artist residency program in Japan and Europe. He present to us the many achievements of the students in these art programs

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Digital Art

BY YUKIKO SHIKOTO
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Yukiko Shikoto explores the world between art and digital technology. She talks about Japanese artists that use technology to create wonderful and beautiful digital art.

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CHITEN

BY YUNA TAIJIMA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN? ON FEB 19, 2015

Yuna Taijima talks about the theatre company, CHITEN, meaning “locus” or “point”.  It specializes in performances created out of collages using fragments of existing texts.

Mark Dytham
Architect & PechaKucha Night Founder, Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo