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Community Engagement Program “Tsumugu Project - Weaving Voices - Activities 2020-2021”

Tsumugu Project” is a participatory art project involving the local community that kicked off in 2018 commemorating the 15th anniversary of Roppongi Hills. For the 2020-2021 activities, we will be exhibiting works created in the “Tsumushoku Project,” and screening “Tsumuwa Project” video footage during the “Roppongi Art Night 2022.” Feel free to come visit and view any time you’d like.

In addition, on Sunday, September 18, 2022, during the Roppongi Art Night 2022 period, we are planning an viewing event with the “Tsumugu Project” participants and artist Kikuchi Hiroko. It is expected to be an occasion where they will interact with one another while sharing and talking about the episodes at the time of filming the video as well as the participants’ thoughts on Roppongi.

From “Tsumushoku Project,” in July 2021
From “Tsumushoku Project,” in July 2021
Photo: Tamaya Tatsuyuki

1. Exhibition

Period & Hours
10:00-22:00, Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, 2022
10:00-18:00, Monday, September 19, 2022
B1F, Keyakizaka Complex, Roppongi Hills

2. Viewing Event

Date & Time
12:30-14:00, Sunday, September 18, 2022
B1F, Keyakizaka Complex, Roppongi Hills
* Booking is NOT required.
We will be filming and photographing this program, and they may be posted 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.

Program webpage within Roppongi Art Night website: here
“Tsumugu Project” special website: here

Mori Art Museum, Mori Building Co., Ltd.
Project Collaborator
NPO inVisible
Kikuchi Hiroko (Artist / NPO inVisible)

NPO inVisible

NPO inVisible engages in a range of projects spanning regional revival, community development, and education; utilizing the power of art, culture and creativity to render the invisible visible, with the aim of building a prosperous and diverse, sustainable society in ways that suit the times, and circumstances.

Booking Period
2022.9.17 [Sat] - 9.17 [Sat]
B1F, Keyakizaka Complex, Roppongi Hills
Learning, Mori Art Museum
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