Exhibitions

Another Energy: Power to Continue Challenging - 16 Women Artists from around the World

2021.4.22 [Thu] - 9.26 [Sun]

Exhibition-related programs such as talk session, gallery tours, workshops, school programs, access programs and many more are organized at the museum.
Please see “Learning” webpage for booking and details.

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Upcoming Programs

“Meet the Artists” Workshop Series
Yamamoto Takayuki’s “Ichthys”

In this project, children will learn about the diverse manifestations of sex determination in the world of fish, and join artist Yamamoto Takayuki and musicians to express these. Children will write songs and make costumes, sets etc., in a series of workshops, and finish by staging a musical, which will be filmed and made available for viewing.

  • Appearing: Yamamoto Takayuki (Artist)
  • Date & Time: June-August 2021 (details TBD)
  • Venue: Mori Art Museum (53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower), Goethe-Institut Tokyo, and others
  • For: Children aged 6-10 Organizers: precog co.,LTD., Mori Art Museum
  • Planning: Tanaka Miyuki (Independent Curator), precog co.,LTD., Mori Art Museum Learning
  • Planning Cooperation: The Nippon Foundation DIVERSITY IN THE ARTS
  • Support: Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture; The Nippon Foundation
  • Cooperation: Goethe-Institut Tokyo
  • Booking: here

Community Engagement Program
“Art Camp for under 22 Vol. 6 - IN/BETWEEN: Connection Museums”

* Conducted in Japanese

In this program, the Sakamoto Zenzo Museum of Art in Oguni, Kumamoto Prefecture, and the Mori Art Museum will connect online. Leading efforts to make that link will be young people recruited by each museum, who will meet curators from the museums and artists online to get a close-up look at art in practice, and discuss in their own words just what exactly constitutes art. A wonderful opportunity to make online connections with youth in a different part of Japan, through art.

  • Appearing: Namstrops (Contemporary dance company), Okayama Naoyuki (Artist), Sakazaki Ryuichi (Artist), Yamashita Hiroko (Curator, Sakamoto Zenzo Museum of Art), Tokuyama Hirokazu (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum), Shiraki Eise (Associate Learning Curator, Mori Art Museum) and others
  • Date & Time: May-July 2021 (details TBD)
  • Venue: Online program using Zoom (video conferencing/meeting)
  • For: Youths aged 13-22
  • Organizers: Mori Building Co., Ltd., Mori Art Museum; Sakamoto Zenzo Museum of Art
  • Booking: here

Community Engagement Program
“Art Camp for under 22 Vol. 7 Human Begin: What Are We Doing Tomorrow?”

In this program, we will join members of the upcoming generation to think of messages that update previously accepted norms around sex and gender, and use our bodies to express these. This will be a chance to scrutinize, through dance, how we can be our authentic selves in gender terms, and explore societal values around sex and gender. Dance and choreography that would come out of this program will be distributed widely by social media platforms and others in an attempt to share them with a larger audience even after the workshop.

  • Appearing: Tsujimoto Tomohiko (Dancer/Choreographer), Sugawara Koharu (Dancer/Choreographer)
  • Date & Time: June-August 2021 (details TBD)
  • Venue: Mori Art Museum (53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
  • * During the process, Zoom (video conferencing/meeting) may also be used for online communication and dialogue.
  • For: Youths aged 15-22
  • Organizers: precog co.,LTD., Mori Art Museum, Mori Building Co., Ltd.
  • Planning: precog co.,LTD., Mori Building Co., Ltd., Mori Art Museum Learning
  • Support: Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture; The Nippon Foundation
  • Planning Cooperation: The Nippon Foundation DIVERSITY IN THE ARTS

* Please note that the programs are subject to change without prior notice.

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