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Prelude: Access Program

Jan. 31, 2014 (Fri.) 00:11

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In connection with Prelude [Exhibition] William Kentridge: The Refusal of Time, which opens on February 8, we will be presenting a number of events as part of our Public Program, including our School Program for elementary schools, junior high schools, and high schools in Japan, and our Access Program, which is meant to increase accessibility to our prelude exhibition by reaching out and connecting with various fields that are not necessarily limited to contemporary art.  Our Access Program will be open to the general public, and will be held in our Study Room (woodshop classroom, 1F) located just outside the auditorium at the former Rissei Elementary School, where The Refusal of Time will be installed.

Feb. 15: Prelude: Access Program [History of Cinematography] Kiyotaka Moriwaki
Feb. 16: Open Research Program/Prelude: Access Program [Narrative Generation] Toh EnJoe
March 1: Prelude: Access Program [Social Philosophy] Masaki Nakamasa “Philosophical Consideration on the ‘Time of Art’: Implications of ‘Time Experience’ in the Discourses of Heidegger, Benjamin, and Other German Thinkers”
March 8: Prelude: Access Program [Science/Physics] Humitaka Sato “Making the Time”
March 9: Prelude: Access Program [Aesthetics & Theory of Arts] Hiroshi Yoshioka

Forty seats are available for each event.  Admission is free, and reservations are required.  All lectures are in Japanese only.  For details about each event and links to the application form, click here.