Yokohama Paratriennale 2014 Pre-Event
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Yokohama Paratriennale 2014 is an international exhibition of contemporary art by handicapped persons and professionals in a variety of fields. Directed by Yoshie Kurisu, chair of the specified nonprofit corporation Slow Label, it aims to create encounters and opportunities for cooperation between people, forming a community in which everyone has a place and plays a role. Starting on August 1st (Fri), the first three-month session features art exhibitions, performances, workshops, and other projects fitting with the theme “First Contact— The Place of First Encounters”. Ongoing events continuing these projects will be held every three months thereafter. This pre-event introduces Yokohama Paratriennale 2014 through a dance workshop, “Yui Inoue’s Slow Factory” (handmade crafting workshops), and a talk on the program.
Join physically handicapped dancers in creating new forms of expression through movement.
Date: May 17 (Sat) 11:00–12:00
Participants: 10 (Junior high school students & up)
Yui Inoue’s Slow Factory
Instructor: Yui Inoue
Dates: May 17 (Sat) and 18 (Sun) 11:00–17:00
Open to everyone, reservations not required.
Talk “What is Paratriennale?
Presenter: Yoshie Kurisu (Paratriennale General Director)
Date: May 17 (Sat) 14:00–15:00
Elementary school students should be accompanied by guardians.
Please see the official website for details.