Exhibits resulting from collaborations between artists and various organizations will be displayed, as well as movie screenings and more, to enable visitors to get a deeper and increased understanding on accessibility and diversity issues.
As well as introducing the year-round activities from the TURN Interactive Program and TURN LAND, TURN FES will provide an opportunity to think about stratagems for sustainable activity, sharing our new approaches arising from TURN JOURNAL, published in response to social changes from 2020, and TURN Lab, a research lab collective of TURN conducted by artists and experts from various fields.
*This event will be conducted in Japanese.
Tuesday, August 17 - Thursday, August 19, 2021, 9:30 - 17:30
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
LBF Citizen’s Gallery 1 and 2, and auditorium, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (8-36 Ueno-Park Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Arts Council Tokyo & Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture) / the nonprofit organization Art's Embrace / Tokyo University of the Arts
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.
Akashi Ikawa / Katsuya Ise / Yasuaki Igarashi / Tomoko Iwata / Kentaro Onishi / Kimagure Yaoya Dandan / Atelier La Mano / Itabashi-ku Komone Fukushien (welfare facility) / Daisuke Nagaoka / Harmony / Chikara Matsumoto / MACHEE DEF / Chiaki Yamamoto / I'm here project｜Atsushi Watanabe / Emi Tomizuka / Shinya Sato / Tatsuya Honda / Ryo Hashimoto / Keisuke Shimakage / Shinji Kajitani / Hiroshi Tamura / Sunao Maruyama / PARC / Tappei Noguchi / Satoko Mishina / and more
*Program details will be updated regularly on this website.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum8-36 Ueno-Park Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007
Time required from the nearest stations
(1) 7 min walking from JR “Ueno Station” Park Exit.
(2) 10 min walking from “Ueno Station” Exit 7, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hibiya Line.
(3) 10 min walking from Keisei Line “Ueno Station”.
※ No parking area, so please refrain from coming by car