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to observe contemporary theater activities and study theater arts in the United States2000 | Theater | United States
to observe contemporary theater activities and study theater arts in the United States
The 6th Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale highlights artworks representing creative approaches and techniques as well as devices to appreciate those that have been cultivated by people over generations. This constitutes an alternative “art” for the 21th century, going beyond existing definitions of art.
ACC Japan is pleased to announce the ACC Talk series, a platform for ACC grantees to present on the experiences gained during their ACC fellowship programs.
For the inaugural event at Morishita Studio on May 20th, choreographer and dancer Akiko Kitamura (ACC 2015) will speak about the ACC fellowship program she undertook in summer 2015, when she travelled to Cambodia, Myanmar, and Manipur to research the traditional music, dance, and martial arts of each country.
Following her talk, Ms. Kitamura will be joined by Shirotama Hitsujiya (ACC 2000) for a conversation about artist networks in Asia and the distinctive cultures of Asia. Ms. Hitsujiya is a playwright and designer, the artistic director of YUBIWA Hotel, and a co-founder of the Conference for Asian Women in Performing Arts.