Notice of “Kinan Chemistry Session vol.3” 28th August 2021

We are launching the Kinan Chemistry Session vol.3, a series of online talk sessions with a variety of experts.

This time, which is the third time, we will deliver a talk session on the theme of “Road” itself, including Kumano Kodo, online (free of charge) under the title of “Around the Road -Social and Cultural Changes Created by Movement”.

The guest is Yoshitaka Mouri, a sociologist who has a deep knowledge of contemporary art and has written books such as “Street Thought”.
Megumi Ueno, a pictorial map writer who is also a guide for Kumano Kodo while traversing roads around the world.
Konomi Sakamoto, who is transmitting the charm of Kumano Kodo while manually traversing various routes.These three people.

In addition, after the session, we will hold the “After Salon”, a place for intellectual exchange that was popular last time. (* After salon is charged separately)

This is a free online ZOOM webinar, so please feel free to join us.

For more information and to register for the event, please visit the Peatix page.

< Outline of the Kinan Chemistry Session vol.3 >

Title: Around the Road -Social and Cultural Changes Created by Movement –
Date and time: Saturday 28 August 2021, 19:00 – 20:30
Venue: Online (ZOOM webinar planned)
Participation: free of charge
Speaker: Yoshitaka Mouri (Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts, sociologist)
Megumi Ueno (Pictorial map writer)
Konomi Sakamoto (“Kumano Log” Manager)
Facilitator: Daisuke Miyatsu (Artistic Director, Kinan Art Week)
Moderator: Ryota Morishige (Regional Revitalization Producer)

*Only two guests, Megumi Ueno and Konomi Sakamoto, will participate in the after-salon.

Registration: via the event page on the ticket booking website Peatix, or via the email address below
Peatix Page: https://kinan-chemistry-session-3.peatix.com
Email address: info@kinan-art.jp
 If you apply by email, please include your name and city in the body of the email.

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