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

Conducted in Japanese

Video Documentation “Human Begin: What Are We Doing Tomorrow?” Now Complete!

Eight workshop participants of the workshop from different backgrounds, aged 15-22, discovered expressions of their own through dance together with professional dancers/choreographers, Tsujimoto Tomohiko and Sugawara Koharu.
In this program, the workshop participants also attempted to document/visualize themselves working and spending time together with production professionals such as Hirayama Yuji, Shimizu Bunta, Watanabe Yasutaka, Kawachi Takashi and Nakahara Raku in video format. Hope you will enjoy watching the final cut.

* All activities related to this project were conducted while taking careful countermeasures against the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in consideration of the health and safety of the participants and staff members.

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.

This workshop offers the opportunity not just to engage in physical activity, but also to discover your own unique expression through encounters with experts from various fields including professional free climbers, filmmakers, hairstylists, musicians and more.

Dance and choreography created during this week-long dance camp on excursions to Roppongi, Toranomon, Akasaka and other places will be distributed widely by social media platforms and others in an attempt to share them with a larger audience even after the workshop is over.

Tsujimoto Tomohiko (Dancer/Choreographer), Sugawara Koharu (Dancer/Choreographer)
Event period
June-August 2021
Workshop Schedule
Session #1: 11:00-16:00, Saturday, June 26, 2021
* Lunch included
Activities: Program kick-off
Tsujimoto Tomohiko, Sugawara Koharu and all the participants will come together to talk about the project we are about to start. The project begins with initial questions posed to the participants, such as “what would you like to do?”, “what kind of work would you like to do?” and so forth, to gather everyone’s input.
Venue: To be conducted at the Mori Art Museum Auditorium, or online via Zoom
Session #2: 16:00-18:00, Saturday, July 10, 2021 (TBC)
Activities: Meet Hirayama Yuji, a professional free climber! Participants can experience climbing for themselves and will listen to him talk afterwards.
Venue: “Climb Park Base Camp” ( in Iruma City, Saitama Prefecture
Session #3: Early morning to 14:00, Monday, July 26 through Friday, July 30, 2021 (TBC)
Activities: “Dance Camp” (Details will be provided to the participants on a later date)
Venues: Toranomon Hills, ARK Hills, Mori Art Museum, SHINTORA-DORI CORE, and other planned locations
Session #4: 18:00-20:00, Saturday, July 31, 2021 (TBC)
Activities: Costume and makeup matching
Venue: Mori Art Museum
Session #5: All day, Sunday, August 1, 2021 (hours TBC)
Activities: Rehearsal and main event
Venues: Toranomon Hills, ARK Hills, Mori Art Museum, SHINTORA-DORI CORE, other planned locations
Session #6: All day, Monday, August 2, 2021 (hours TBC)
Activity: Photo-shooting
Venue: We are planning to go outside of Roppongi where the Mori Art Museum is located.
Youths aged 15-22 * Prior dance experience is not required.
Please see Japanese webpage for details.

Tsujimoto Tomohiko (Dancer/Choreographer)

Tsujimoto Tomohiko
Photo: Miyahara Muga

Sugawara Koharu (Dancer/Choreographer)

Sugawara Koharu

Hirayama Yuji (Professional Free Climber)

Hirayama Yuji
Photo: Nagamine Takuya

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Planning Cooperation
The Nippon Foundation DIVERSITY IN THE ARTS
Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture; The Nippon Foundation

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Booking Period
2021.6.11 [Fri] - 6.18 [Fri]
- Mori Art Museum and others
- Online
8 (attendees chosen from selection)
* Results of the screening will be sent to each person via e-mail by Saturday, June 19, 2021.
* Please note that attendees need to bear trasportation fee to the each venue.
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