Events

Performance

Schedule:2018/11/24 Sat. 14:00-, 25 Sun. 14:00-

Niwa Gekidan Penino "Egao no toride (Fortress of Smile)"
Toyooka Art Season 2018

2018/10/01

Based on the original story by Kuro Tanino、
now reborn with an all new cast.

A re-creation of the original performance of "Fortress of Smile". It was performed in Tokyo in 2006 and in Osaka in 2007, written and directed by the playwright and dir...[More]

Rounde table

Schedule:2018/5/10、6/14、7/12、8/30、9/17、10/11、11/1、11/29、12/23、2019/1/10

KIAC Music Club “MOKUMOKU ENSEMBLE”

2018/10/01


We are looking to recruit members for the “Mokumoku Ensemble” music club/ event to be held regularly once a month at the Kinosaki International Arts Center (KIAC). It is a music club where people who want to create music but cannot necessarily read...[More]

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Schedule:2018/10/21 Sun. 14:00-

Sachiyo Tsurumi + Makoto Nomura + Tomoko Momiyama/Japan Association of Composers for Sumo Hearing Arts (JACSHA) Nice to see you!! Concert

2018/10/01


Founded by three composers Sachiyo Tsurumi, Makoto Nomura and Tomoko Momiyama, the Japan Association of Composers for Sumo Hearing Arts (JACSHA) conducts research on the folk rituals as well as the professional practice of sumo and listens to it (S...[More]

Volunteer

Schedule:2018/10/3 Wed. 19:00-21:30

Sipat Lawin Ensemble "GOBYERNO" Sharing Night

2018/09/17


 A creation of an interactive and participatory performance “GOBYERNO” by performance company Sipat Lawin Ensemble. Based in Manila, Philippines, SLE organizes the multidisciplinary international arts festival “Karnabal Festival” under the theme of...[More]

Performance

Schedule:2018/9/15 sat. 19:00-&9/16 sun. 14:00-

Saiko Kino
Re-interpreting "The Book of the Dead"(written by Shinobu Orikuchi) Open Rehearsal

2018/09/02

The Tottori-based dancer and choreographer Saiko Kino’s re-reading project of Shinobu Orikuchi’s “The Book of The Dead”.

Based on the structure of interlocking two worlds and the heavily used onomatopoeia in “The Book of The Dead”, Shinobu Orikuch...[More]

Performance

Schedule:2018/8/24 Fri. 18:30-, 25 Sat. 18:30-

TOUR PERFORMANCE “Kawalala-rhapsody”

2018/06/03

“In that town, there was a river which flowed and a river which did not.”

The city of Toyooka prospers alongside a transitioning river. Based on a short novel created from the historical lore of the city’s districts, visual and contemporary dance...[More]

Rounde table

Schedule:2018/8/4 sat. 16:00

Artist Talk and Dinner Gathering by Creative VaQi

2018/06/02

Kyung-Sung Lee / Creative VaQi
Creation of “Love Story”

 The artist collective Creative VaQi formed by Kyung-Sung Lee is highly recognized in the Korean theatrical scene for their exceptional ability of conveying the problems that confront modern...[More]

Performance

Schedule:2018/7/18 wed.19:00. 7/19 thu. 19:00. 7/21 sat. 15:00&19:00, 7/22 sun. 15:00

Daiji Meguro / Ebisu Daikokuza
"Yokai Show at the Yokai House!!"

2018/06/02

Introducing the second edition of the original yokai show which captivated men and women of all ages across the nation – now debuting in Toyooka City!!
Creepy, cute, and slightly silly yokai have all come to settle at the Yokai House!
Embark upon t...[More]

Performance

Schedule:2018/6/30 sat. 11:00-, 14:00-

ʻAoki Naoya Group Work Project 2018ʼ
Performance @Toyooka City Museum of Art – Itoh Kiyonaga Memorial Hall-

2018/06/02

The choreographer and dancer Naoya Aoki will work with the dancers selected from the open call as “Aoki Naoya Group Work Project”. Since its start in 2017, by sharing the common body training, the project continues to explore the “relationship betwee...[More]

Performance

Schedule:2018/6/16 sat. 14:00-15:00

Hiroaki Umeda+Somatic Field Project
"1-resonance" Open Rehearsal

2018/06/01

Research and creation by “Somatic Field Project” which is the project launched by choreographer Hiroaki Umeda in 2014 to train young Japanese dancers and to develop his own “Kinetic Force Method”.“Kinetic Force Method” is a unique movement method dev...[More]

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