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Masaru Iwai: Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”


Masaru Iwai: Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”

The preparation for Reborn-Art Festival 2017 to be held in the summer of 2017 on the streets of Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture and Oshika Peninsula is in progress. Watari-um Museum is conducting the very first trial curation for the Art department in Japan.

Prior to the opening of the festival, Masaru Iwai together with other participating artists is going to participate in this first round of art talk series in conversation with Shinichi Nakazawa. Nakazawa is an anthropologist and one of the members of the production committee.

Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”
Artists: Shinichi Nakazawa (Philosopher and Anthropologist)
            + Masaru Iwai, Teppei Kaneuji, Parco Kinoshita and other artists
Date: October 29 (Saturday) 19:30~21:00
Place: Watari-um Museum
Attendance fee: 1000 yen

For how to apply and more information, please check the link. goo.gl/eDPKWV

Masaru Iwai: Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”


Masaru Iwai: Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”

The preparation for Reborn-Art Festival 2017 to be held in the summer of 2017 on the streets of Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture and Oshika Peninsula is in progress. Watari-um Museum is conducting the very first trial curation for the Art department in Japan.

Prior to the opening of the festival, Masaru Iwai together with other participating artists is going to participate in this first round of art talk series in conversation with Shinichi Nakazawa. Nakazawa is an anthropologist and one of the members of the production committee.

Reborn-Art Festival 2017′s 1st Talk “Oshika Peninsula in Earth History”
Artists: Shinichi Nakazawa (Philosopher and Anthropologist)
            + Masaru Iwai, Teppei Kaneuji, Parco Kinoshita and other artists
Date: October 29 (Saturday) 19:30~21:00
Place: Watari-um Museum
Attendance fee: 1000 yen

For how to apply and more information, please check the link. goo.gl/eDPKWV

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