KIDS & FAMILY PROGRAMS

Family programs like "Family Hour," workshops for kids.

“Meet the Artists” Workshop Series :
Yamamoto Takayuki “Art Learning Lab: Spoon Bending”

Conducted in Japanese and online

“Spoon Bending”

Do you have supernatural powers? - Create a video featuring Spoon Bending!

1. Receive the “Spoon Bending” kit sent to participants from the Mori Art Museum.
* Note: Do NOT open the kit until the day of the workshop.
2. Watch Yamamoto Takayuki’s video feature, Nen o Okuru (Using Your Magic Powers).
3. Finally try the spoon bending over a ZOOM meeting.

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Workshop image for Teaching Spoon Bending (Lesson 3: Yokohama Yamate Chinese School, 2006), 2006
Appearing
Yamamoto Takayuki (Artist)
Date & Time
14:00-16:00, Saturday, October 10, 2020
For
From 6 to 14 years old
Booking Period
10:00, Friday, September 11 - 24:00, Friday, September 25, 2020
Results of the Lottery
Results of the lottery will be sent to each person via e-mail by Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

- We will notify the winners at a later date as to what they need to prepare.
- For this program, we will be using “Zoom,” a web-based video conferencing system. To attend this event, please have your computer or tablet ready with the “Zoom” app installed beforehand.
- Children of elementary school age (i.e., 6-12) and younger must attend with a parent or guardian. Children of junior high school age (i.e., 12-14) and above do not need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian, but they should have someone on hand if they are not familiar with how to use “Zoom.”
- Review the instructions on the Zoom Video Communications, Inc.’s website listed below and test the connection. Please check whether you can hear the sound in advance.
https://zoom.us/test
- See this information for how to use “Zoom.”

Our Requests (to Participants):

- Please leave your device’s camera on whenever possible while attending this program, as this makes it easier for everyone to see their reactions mutually, making the program flow more smoothly.
- For protection of your privacy, we’d urge you NOT to use your real name or your full name as your “Zoom” username. Change your username to your first name only, or use a nickname or some other name. You will be able to change your username while attending the program.
- Note that we will be recording video and images of this video conferencing during the Workshop program; and these contents may be reposted on the official websites of Mori Building Co., Ltd. and/or Mori Art Museum, our social media channels or any other promotional/publicity media, among other places. If you do not wish to be included in these video or photo contents, please turn your device’s camera off.
- Please refrain from taking audio/video recordings or photos of the session contents, including those of the participants, unless you are given permission to do so during the session.
- Participants who exhibit unruly behaviors may be asked to leave the session.
- Also note that the recordings of this program may be used in the works of Yamamoto Takayuki, the artist who leads this Workshop; or in materials like publications, websites and publicity-related activities by those connected with said works or artist.

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Workshop image for Teaching Spoon Bending (Lesson 3: Yokohama Yamate Chinese School, 2006), 2006


About “Meet the Artists” Workshop Series
#1: Yamamoto Takayuki “Art Learning Lab”

Yamamoto Takayuki’s “Art Learning Lab” will kick off the “Meet the Artists” project series in August 2020. A former elementary school teacher, Yamamoto produces works that mine the creative potential of children’s conversations and games to encourage a new understanding of social systems and customs, challenging the viewer to contemplate the relationship between society and the individual. Surveying the world by looking at it from different angles, Yamamoto’s workshops offer “direct encounters with art” that show children how to find wonder and richness in everyday world. This program will experiment with various “encounters with art” in the “online workshop” format.


About “Meet the Artists” Workshop Series

From its very beginnings, Mori Art Museum has catered to visitors of all ages via a range of initiatives that include exhibition viewings for schools, and artist-led workshops for preschoolers, elementary and middle school-age children. In May, the Museum launched “LEARNING ONLINE” as part of the “MAM Digital” online program, and the “Meet the Artists” project series is designed to be a new, long-term component of “LEARNING ONLINE.” In each edition of the series, participants will be able to meet the artist and/or curator online, and converse with them directly in their own words. The aim will be to offer a fulfilling art experience digitally, in addition to the real-life, physical experience of art in the museum space. Though “Meet the Artists” may not be accessible in a real space, it will doubtless serve as a wonderful opportunity to expand our world together, through the power of imagination.


Yamamoto Takayuki

Yamamoto Takayuki
Photo: Kato Hajime

Organizer
Mori Art Museum
Planning by
Learning, Mori Art Museum
Planning Advisor
Yamamoto Takayuki (Artist)

Notes on Bookings

  • Please note that speakers are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Please note that a reply E-mail will be sent to you after submitting the form. If you do not receive the reply E-mail, please contact us.
  • For bookings, one E-mail address is required per person. Please use different E-mail address for different booking.
  • All prices include tax.

Notes on Personal Information

  • Personal information acquired and retained by Mori Art Museum on the website will be used and managed according to the privacy policy of our company.
  • Booking forms use SSL encryption to protect your private information.
  • Registrants will receive “MAM NEWS (Mori Art Museum Mail Magazines)” that deliver the latest news and information about the Mori Art Museum.
Booking Period
2020.9.11 [Fri] - 9.26 [Sat]
Venue
Online program using Zoom (video conferencing/meeting)
Capacity
20 (booking required, attendees chosen by lottery)
* Results of the lottery will be sent to each person via e-mail by Tuesday, September 29, 2020.
Fee
Free
Inquiries
Learning, Mori Art Museum
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Category
Kids & Family Programs
Audience
Junior high school students
Elementary school children
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