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Join in the “Tsumuki Project - Weaving Voices -” at “Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018”!

2018.4.4 [Wed]

Community Engagement Program “Tsumuki Project - Weaving Voices -”

Commemorating the 15th anniversary of Roppongi Hills, workshops to share thoughts on the community and reflect on its history were held from February, 2018, together with those who have played a part in progress of Roppongi. At the venue of “Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018,” everyone can join in the project. Please take part in and let us know your thoughts about our town, and make a symbol together.

Dates & Times
April 6 [Fri]
19:00-, Ceremony
* Today’s event (April 6 [Fri]) has been cancelled due to strong wind.
April 7 [Sat]
12:00-, Open production
17:30-, Ceremony
April 8 [Sun]
12:00-, Workshop * Bookings NOT required
Organizers
Mori Art Museum, Mori Building Co., Ltd.
In Cooperation with
NPO inVisible
Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018
Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018

“Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018”

Period
April 6 [Fri] - April 8 [Sun], 2018
Time
17:00-20:00 on April 6 [Fri]
* Today’s event (April 6 [Fri]) has been cancelled due to strong wind.
12:00-18:00 on April 7 [Sat]
12:00-18:00 on April 8 [Sun]
Details: Roppongi Hills website
Roppongi Hills Spring Festival 2018

About Community Engagement Program “Weaving Project”

Commemorating the 15th anniversary of Roppongi Hills this year, this participatory workshop shares thoughts on the community and reflects on its history, together with those who have played a part in its progress, thereby creating a work of art symbolic of Roppongi. The artwork created by the participants will be displayed as part of various events at Roppongi Hills during 2018 as well as on Roppongi Art Night 2018. The participants will urge others from the general public to take part in it, also.

NPO inVisible

By leveraging the great potential of art, NPO inVisible offers a creative locus, developing projects and giving expert consultation for community development, creative placemaking, education and other societal challenges.

Hiroko Kikuchi (Artist/Creative Director, NPO inVisible)
Yuka Matsuno (architect, designer)
Takatsune Hayashi (Japanese carpenter)

Kikuchi Hiroko
Matsuno Yuka
Hayashi Takatsune
Community Engagement Program
Community Engagement Program
Community Engagement Program
Community Engagement Program

Photos of workshops held in February and March.
Photo: Tayama Tatsuyuki

* See more photos on Flickr here

Making Video on YouTube here * In Japanese-language


About the “Community Engagement Program”

Symbol of Roppongi Hills’ status as the “cultural heart of the city,” as well as staging exhibitions, since opening the Mori Art Museum has offered a range of learning opportunities via its diverse learning programs. With its aim of extending the settings for learning through contemporary art from the museum right out into the community - i.e. the surrounding neighborhood and wider city - the “Community Engagement Program” is a unique learning program only the Mori Art Museum and Roppongi Hills could offer. Since its launch in 2016, several initiatives tying contemporary art to familiar lifestyle themes, such as music and food, have been rolled out in the local area.

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