International Seminar | CONNECTIVITY AS A METHOD? - The Future of Biennales and Triennales
The Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale and Agency for Cultural Affairs co-organize the International Seminar “CONNECTIVITY AS A METHOD? - The Future of Biennales and Triennales” at Yokohama Museum of Art on September 27.
The seminar will take place in conjunction with Yokohama Triennale 2017 and the General Assembly of the IBA (International Biennial Association) to be held in Yokohama.
For further information on the program, please see the events page.
Part1: Discussions “Where Are We Now? What are our strategies? How are we to implement them?”
10:00-12:00, September 27 at the Circular Forum, Yokohama Museum of Art
DISCUSSION 1 “Why Biennales and Triennale? New challenges, models and strategies”
DISCUSSION 2 “How do we develop professional skills in biennales and triennales?”
WRAP-UP SESSION “Where Are We Now? What are our strategies? How are we to implement them?”
*Condition for participation: To be able to communicate in English and to have experience working for art festivals or projects, international exhibitions or to have published a paper on these events.
*Capacity: 30 (15 for each discussion)
Part2: International Seminar “CONNECTIVITY AS A METHOD? - The Future of Biennales and Triennales”
13:30-16:00 (Doors open: 13:00), September 27 at the Lecture Hall, Yokohama Museum of Art
FUKUTAKE Soichiro (Honorary Adviser, Benesse Holdings, Inc.)
Thiago DE PAULA SOUZA (Curator and educator, member of 10th Berlin Biennale curatorial team)
Bige ÖRER (Director of Istanbul Biennale / Vice President, IBA )
YAMAIDE Jun’ya (Executive Director of NPO “BEPPU PROJECT” / Artist)
OSAKA Eriko (Director, Yokohama Museum of Art / Co-Director, Yokohama Triennale 2017 / IBA Board Member) *Moderator
*Japanese/English simultaneous interpretation is available.
*Capacity: 200 (Pre-registration required; first come, first served basis)