Art Media Center OPEN LAB 2017 “N/O/W/H/E/R/E”

Art Media Center OPEN LAB 2017

Dates: Dec 16 (Sat) - Dec 24 (Sun), 2017
Open throughout the session period
Hours: 10:00-18:00 (Entry by 17:30)
*Dec 16 (Sat)and Dec 17 (Sun), Gallery 2F, until 15:30
*Dec 22 (Fri), until 20:00 (Entry by 19:30)
Place: Chinretsukan Gallery 1F, 2F (The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts)
Admission: free
Organized by Art Media Center, Tokyo University of the Arts
Cosponsored by Furukawa Laboratory; Tokyo University of the Arts
In corporation with Nakagawa Chemical Inc.; GENKEI; Moriki Paper Co.Ltd.; GLASS-LAB; Dell Japan Inc.; Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo; Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture); Hexogon Japan Inc. and Miyazaki Art Center
Supported by Office for Diversity & Inclusion at Tokyo University of the Arts "Initiative for the Implementation of the Diversity Research Environment (Distinctive Features Type)" Funds for the Development of Human Resources in Science and Technology by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

Offering the latest equipments and experts on information media and fabrication, as well as and with guests coming from inside and outside the university to give lectures and host workshops, the Art Media Center at Tokyo University of the Arts is a place where people encounter art, technology and research. As we look back on the last twenty years of the center at developments and changes, and forward toward the future, in a world that changes wildly every day, our art event N/O/W/H/E/R/E (NO-WHERE, NOW-HERE) is curated to amplify the works and research outputs of students, researchers, and artists here offering up new trends, ideas, plans, intentions and creativity. In these unknown times engulfed and created by new media, what will happen to art, and is this is a chance for art to transform? This is an opportunity for all of us to together think about media and art that expanding in unknown ways.

Inquiry: NTT Hello Dial : 03-5777-8600
Exhibition official website: http://amc-exhibition.geidai.ac.jp
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