[Notice of cancellation] 10/12 "DANCE TRUCK TOKYO" Sabae performance
Application acceptance start & appearance artist decision
An interview with participating architect Terunobu Fujimori was published.
About PROGRESS (Progress of this project).
September 22 (Sun) “DANCE TRUCK TOKYO” Adachi Market Performance
Tokyo's unique urban public art event using cutting-edge technology. Participation experience type installation and live event using new sound and light.
An art project that sends Japan's unique “sento culture”, a place and community for traditional people, to the world and excites the Tokyo 2020 Games with many people.
Planner: TOKYO SENTO Festival 2020 Executive Committee
Valuable performing arts handed down all over the world gather from the five continents to Tokyo and showcase them with Japanese intangible cultural heritage.
Planner; All Japan Local Performing Arts Association
A project to create a new platform for local culture through dance, in collaboration with the local community.
Organizer: ADD Executive Committee
A project where Japanese architects and artists active in the world develop several pavilions in Tokyo in order to introduce Tokyo's new attraction to the world, and become a showcase of cutting-edge Japanese culture
Planner: Pavilion Tokyo 2020 Executive Committee (Watarium Museum)
An experimental arts festival centered on Butoh in Tokyo's underground space.
Organizer: Designated non-profit corporation dance archive concept
A mobile project where dance performances using the platform of a transport truck appear in various parts of Tokyo.
Planner: All Japan Dance Track Association
A tour-type theatrical work in which the story unfolds in the streets of Tokyo, close to the memories and dreams of the elderly.
Organizer: Marco Canale (Argentina)
A project by the contemporary art team [me ́] [mé], which floats “a huge face of a real person” recruited from all over the world in the sky of Tokyo in 2020.
Planner: [mé] [mé]
A participatory music and art festival in which people are mixed up like a storm, with Sumida River as one stage
Organizer: Non profit organization Topping East
An exhibition that presents each “Tokyo” that has never been seen before, with the theme of “What is Tokyo” by manga artists representing Japan today.
Planner: Manga "Tokyo If" Exhibition Executive Committee
Large-scale robot installation that integrates athlete's movement and Japanese garden
Organizer: Jason Bruges Studio (UK)