In a space designed for the exchange of mutual thoughts and feelings which will be decked out like a traditional tearoom, instead of enjoying tea in the usual manner, people can spend time making and conceptualizing things together using our hands. In the large exhibition space, there are 12 tea rooms made of bamboo. In 11 of these tea rooms, 11 artists will take part in activities with visitors, based on their TURN activities oversees. In the central tea room, TURN supervisor Katsuhiko Hibino will act as facilitator while faculty members from overseas art universities and Tokyo University of the Arts talk online and exchange their thoughts, perspectives and feelings.
Friday(National Holiday), July 23 – Monday(Holiday), August 9, 2021,
10:00 – 18:00(Every Friday and Saturday until 20:00)
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Closed on Tuesdays
The National Art Center, Tokyo, Exhibition Gallery 2E (2nd floor)
Institutions take part in the International exchange chakai and faculty from Tokyo University of the Arts
University of Applied Arts Vienna ⇔ Seiichiro Miida
Central University of Ecuador ⇔ Katsuhiko Hibino
Silpakorn University ⇔ Mitsuko Okamoto, Nobuyuki Fujiwara, Yusaku Imamura
The National University of Tres de Febrero ⇔ Katsuhiko Hibino
National University of Tucumán ⇔ Katsuhiko Hibino
University of the Arts London, The Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Zurich University of the Arts (Shared Campus) ⇔ Yusaku Imamura and others
Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts ⇔ Haruya Kudo
The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw ⇔ Michael W. SCHNEIDER
National Superior Autonomous School of Fine Arts of Peru ⇔ Katsuhiko Hibino
University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University ⇔ Sputniko!
Politecnico di Milano ⇔ Fumi Kashimura
University of Fine Arts Münster ⇔ Hotaro Koyama, Takeshi Hayashi
Yasuaki Igarashi / Sachie Takiguchi / Tomoko Iwata / Daisuke Nagaoka / Kentaro Onishi / Ryuichi Ono / Naoko Hayashi / Moeko Tokumoto / Kazuya Matsuhashi / Taro Takaoka / Yoon Huh / Shogo Nunoshita / Mai Sone
Tokyo University of the Arts / The National Art Center, Tokyo / Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture) / the nonprofit organization Art's Embrace
With the cooperation of
University of Applied Arts Vienna / Central University of Ecuador / Silpakorn University / The National University of Tres de Febrero / National University of Tucumán / University of the Arts London / The Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts / Zurich University of the Arts / Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts / The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw / Politecnico di Milano / University of Fine Arts Münster / University of Pennsylvania / Columbia University / National Superior Autonomous School of Fine Arts of Peru
The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games
*Details of each program may be subject to change without notice.In addition, the event at this venue may be canceled if a state of emergency or restrictions on the holding of events is announced by the government or prefectural authorities.
*Restrictions may be placed on admission in order to avoid the “Three Cs” (Closed spaces, Crowded places and Close-contact settings).
*There will be photography and filming at the venue by official photographers and members of the press. Please note that visitors to the venue appearing in any recorded material.
The National Art Center, Tokyo
7-22-2 Roppongi Minato-ku Tokyo 106-8558 Japan
(1) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Direct access from Exit 6 (for Aoyama Cemetery)
(2) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Approximately 5-minute walk from Exit 4a
(3) Toei Oedo Subway Line
Approximately 4-minute walk from Exit 7