To main text

Handling of Personal Information

Our websites (hereinafter, referred to as “Website”) use cookies and tags to provide you with a better website experience, advertising based on your browsing habits, and to understand what Website is being used for, and for statistics and measurement purposes. By clicking ‘I Accept’, or clicking on Website, you agree to such purposes and the sharing of your data with our trusted partners . Please see Cookie Policy for further information including withdraw of consent at any time.
Please refer to Privacy Policy of the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and CultureOpen in a different window for the handling of personal information.

I Accept

Explore Events

Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! 2020 on stage & legacy Lecture "Dementia and Art; Music and Care" Lectures and training for the art activities leading to social inclusion

There are a growing need and increasing attention for activities which spotlight the inclusivity of arts in recent years. Such movement introduced legislation for promoting artistic activities for people with disabilities. On the other hand, we, as practitioners of "arts activities leading to social inclusion," are still trying to figure out how to handle those activities and how to deliver them with higher quality.

The Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, therefore, launched lectures and skill-up training to sort out the points we need to understand on practicing "arts activities leading to social inclusion." The focus will be on performing arts such as music and dance.

The lecture is in collaboration with the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and the expert on dementia and music therapy. We will go through the facts and situations of dementia from the point of medical view. Furthermore, we share the case studies on: diseases of which music therapy is effective in the treatment, including dementia and Parkinson's disease; amusia, which affects a person's sound and musical recognition; and care activities with music-based interventions. Through these learnings, we will reconsider the potential and the roles that arts and music can fulfill in our society.

Date Mon, Feb 24, 2020 10:30-12:00 (Open 10:15)
Venue

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Art Study Room Second floor (Access)

Genre TBK productions Workshop


Flyer (PDF)

Target

People in the field of arts/music, education/social well-being; artists; municipalities/cultural administration personnel; students; researchers; and such


Lecturer

Masayuki Satoh, Doctor of Medical Science


Maximum number of participants

60 (first-come-first-served basis)


Tickets

Prices (tax included)

Free Admission


Application opens on

Thu, Jan 23, 2020 10:00


Other Information

*The lecture is provided only in Japanese.
*Photography and video recording will occur during the workshop for our publicity materials, SNS, and such.
*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.

Application

Peatix Application Form (only in Japanese)


 


[Notes]


⁃ The applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis and will be closed when the application number reaches the limit.The seats, however, will again become available in case of cancellations and such. Please note that reservation for the cancellation waiting line is not available.


⁃ If an applicant submits multiple times, only the first application will be valid.


⁃ To ensure that you receive emails from Peatix, please add the domain “@peatix.com” to the whitelist such as approved sender list you have enabled them on your email setting. If you have set up those sender filterings on your email, you may not receive the application confirmation email from Peatix.


⁃ You may only submit one application per person (yourself), and one ticket will be provided per individual.


⁃ In case you need to cancel the attendance, please contact the event organizer through Peatix for keeping the seat arrangement updated.


⁃ We strictly limit the use of any personal information provided to this program only, and we will never share or disclose your personal information to any third parties.


Inquiries

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Production Section +81-3-3828-2111


Organizers & Supporters

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Arts Council Tokyo


Collaboration: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture


Supported by: Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan