[Cancelled] Community Engagement Program
* Booked Out
“Art Camp for under 22, Vol. 4 - #1: Experiencing ‘Bio-Atelier’ at a Museum!?” (2-Day Program)
Conducted in Japanese
Over the years, Mori Building Company and the Mori Art Museum have collaborated with artists from across the globe to run a variety of programs at the Museum and out on the streets. Summer 2018 saw the launch of a new “Art Camp” program targeting younger art-lovers aged 15 to 22; giving them the opportunity to discuss “contemporary art” with artists and curators in a different environment from the usual school format of “teacher” and “taught,” employing the Museum and entire Roppongi Hills neighborhood as a canvas. Talking with others encourages participants to think about current happenings at home or school, historical events, social, political and cultural developments in the wider world, and the connection of all these with contemporary art, helping them to explore interesting and enjoyable aspects of contemporary art.
Entitled “Experiencing ‘Bio-Atelier’ in a Museum!?,” this edition will be a two-day program crossing over with a section “Bio-Atelier”in Future and the Arts exhibition.
- Kubota Akihiro (Professor, Tama Art University; Artist), Koyama Taisuke (Photographer), Tokuyama Hirokazu (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum)
- Dates & Times
- DAY 1: 10:30-17:00, Saturday, February 1, 2020
DAY 2: 11:00-16:00, Saturday, February 29, 2020 * Cancelled
* This is a two-day program. Kindly note that participants MUST attend both days.
* Details of the next edition will be announced on a later date.
- Ages 15 to 22
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