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Japan Cultural Expo Art Brut creation nippon in hokkaido , October-December, 2020
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Internet broadcasting station ART BRUT CREATION HOKKAIDO will be hosting Arts and Culture Festival of People with Disabilities from Hokkaido at Deaeru Iwamizawa on October 3 and 4, with a focus on performing arts by people with disabilities and barrier-free stage performances. Barrier-Free films will be screened at the drive-in theater at Kitamura Branch Office of the Iwamizawa City Hall. Art Brut: “Humanity and Nature in Japan” will be held at Iwamizawa Art Brut Gallary in Iwamizawa City until December 20, with artworks rotated regularly.



We are working on barrier-free. For more information, see "To ensure everyone can participate" at the end of the site.



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Art Brut CREATION Nippon in HOKKAIDO

Internet broadcasting Program

October 3


Time

Time required

Program title

Appearance

Greetings

Yusuke Ohara(Festival executive committee chair)

Zuiho taiko LIVE

Zuiho taiko

Fashion show
ART BRUT HOKKAIDO STYLE
Zuiho taiko Fitness

Barrier-free Film pre-talk

Hiroyuki Morita(Director), Tetsujiro Yamagami(Film Producer)

October 4


Time

Time required

Program title

Art Brut Hokkaido







Barrier free Theater “Helen Keller”

Tokyo Theatre Company KAZE

Barrier free Theater “Helen Keller” After talk

Tokyo Theatre Company KAZE

Closing


Project 1


Internet broadcasting “ART BRUT CREATION Hokkaido”


October 3(Sat)-4(Sun), 2020

Ondemand LIVE


Project 2


AIR-G’ FM HOKKAIDO Special Program “NEW VALUE ~Art Brut CREATION Nippon”


Personality:Kuniko Kitagawa


Project 3


Exhibitions

Art Brut - Humanity and Nature in Japan


phase1:October 3 – 19, phase2:October 22 – November 9, phase3:November 12-30, phase4:December 3-20, 2020
*Closed on Wednesday, Sunday & Holiday (Except October 3 & December 20)



Venue : Iwamizawa Art Brut Gallery


Introducing the works of 17 people in 4 periods.

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/phase1

/phase2

/phase3

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Art Brut Hokkaido “Home-Town”
Visualizing our lives, home, and towns through the works of Hokkaido Art Brut artists; opening in two venues- Iwamizawa and Sapporo.

[Same time opening at Iwamizawa] “Hokkaido Mirai Works of Children and Art Brut” Award Exhibition
Information about the 12 awardees of the exhibitions in August, Sapporo.
Supported by) Hokkaido Cultural Organization Conference
Unique expressions from 12 persons with disabilities as models on runway.
We aim to create a platform for people with/without disabilities to laugh out together and freely express their unique features.


Project 4


On demand LIVE

Disabled Peopleʼs Performing Arts


October 3(Sat)-4(Sun), 2020


/ Zuiho Taiko (Nagasaki)
瑞宝太鼓(長崎)


October 3, 2020




A performance by Zuiho Taiko, a Japanese drum group consisting of members with intellectual disabilities, the pride of their hometown, Nagasaki who have received high acclain both domestically and internationally.


Since their formation in 2001, they have performed both in Japan and abroad under the theme of "Hope,Effort, and Living with Gratitude”. They have performed in reform schools and prisons across the country, as well as giving school performances and other social contribution activities, and continues to inspire and empower people to live.


ART BRUT HOKKAIDO STYLE 2020

October 3,2020



October 3,2020


Project 5


On demand LIVE

Barrier free Theater “Helen Keller”


October 4, 2020

On-demand LIVE

出演

Performance Organization
Tokyo Theatre Company KAZE

This is barrier-free play in the style of a theater group that participants can enjoy together, regardless of their disabilities.


Tokyo Theatre Company KAZE profile


Established in 1987 based on the questions “why to perform now, and what should be done for stage performance in our era and our society”. Later in 1999, “Repertory theater KAZE” was opened in Higashinakano, Tokyo based on the creations of Eugen Berthold Friedrich Brecht, the representative German creator in exile in the 20th century, and Matei Visniec, also from the same era, performing 8-10 repertory works and new works every year.


At the same time, we have been proactively holding performance tours throughout the country targeting on teenagers since our establishment with the thought “stage performance is not merely telling the truth, it criticizes “society” and “truth”, and it provides a platform for us to look back, which is a ‘space to experience freedom’”. International exchanges with a huge number of overseas theatres and artists from various genres were started in 2003 with an attempt to create uniqueness. “ Écriture Vagabond”, the stage performance workshop for children from various local communities was officially started in 2018. “Barrier free performance” was then started one year later in 2019, with shows mainly at the theatre but also in many schools with special assistance throughout Japan based on requests.


Project 6


Barrier-free Film by Drive in Theater


October 3(Sat), 2020

Venue : Iwamizawa City Office Kitamura Branch Parking area


Barrier free movies refer to those with both audio guides and subtitles for persons with visual and audio disabilities. As a preventative measure of COVID-19, it’s become a drive-in theatre.

Barrier-free Movies1
「THE CAT RETURNS」
Date : September 5(Sat),2020 15:00-

neko


Project 7


Online Content

“Agriculture×Welfare×Food ”


Online Content


Barrier-free service


To ensure everyone can participate















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Welcome Center

We have a support counter to assist visitors during their stay and the shows.
Please do not hesitate to visit our Welcome Center for any assistance.
Writing communication boards/ Sign language interpreters


Calm down space

We have a resting area for visitors need to take a break.
Please do not hesitate to visit our Welcome Center or approach nearby staff for usage.


Welcome hotline/LINE
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We also have a hotline and a LINE account for communication.
Feel free to approach us.

Operation hours) 10am – 5pm (closed on Wed/Sun/holidays)


Welcome service for wheelchair users

We have free wheelchair taxis for wheelchair users running between Iwamizawa station and venue of our Internet Broadcast.


Regarding the information security of our sign language interpreters

We have information security policies for our programs regarding the sign language and written summary services.

(*) Sign language interpreters are available from 3rd – 4th Oct at Exhibition Venue (Iwamizawa), Internet Broadcast Station, and Drive-in Theatre
UD talk, Internet Broadcast Station, Drive-in Theatre
Audio guide & exhibition (3 venues), Internet Broadcast Station, Drive-in Theatre
Exhibits are on display with adjusted positions so wheelchair users can also enjoy without worries.
In our Drive-in Theatres, persons with visual disabilities who need subtitles would be seated at the front


COVID-19 preventative measures
Director) Mr. Masanobu KOBAYASHI, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido

COVID-19 preventative measures for visitors

All our staff will be wearing facial shield or mask (visitors could take off their mask for physical concerns while social distancing shall be practiced.)
Frequent hand-wash and sanitization
We have thorough health management policies for our staff- people with a temperature, even slight cough, sore throat, or any abnormalities in taste and smell sensations are prohibited. Body temperature is measured in the morning of the day.
Sanitization of common areas
Doors of our staff room will be opened frequently for ventilation (approx. in every 30 mins)
Alcoholic sanitization when entering the room and before the hair arrangement
No face-to-face seating arrangement as a practice of social distancing
Cautions about disposal
Put any used masks and tissues in a plastic bag and tie up tight (and bring your own rubbish home)
Ensure sufficient spaces at the information counter to avoid overcrowding
Installations of pamphlets
Utilizing the Hokkaido Corona Notification System to circulate information among our staff
Frequent cleaning of microphones


Points to notes for visitors

Put on a facial shield or a mask (visitors could take off their mask for physical concerns while social distancing shall be practiced.)
Please sanitize your hands (and fingers) during reception and re-entry.
Please use the specified seats only to avoid overcrowding
Installations of pamphlets
Utilize the Hokkaido Corona Notification System to grasp the newest information



Date :
October 3 ‒ 4, 2020
*Art Brut - Humanity and Nature in Japan :
October 3 – 19, October 22 – November 9, November 12-30, December 3-20, 2020 /
Closed on Wednesday, Sunday & Holiday
(Except October 4 & Decrmber 20)
*Art Brut Hokkaido :
October 3 ‒ November 3, 2020 /
Closed on Wednesday
Venue :
Deaeru Iwamizawa(3-1, 4-jo Nishi, Iwamizawa),
Iwamizawa Kaiga Hall
(1, 7-jo Nishi, Iwamizawa),
Iwamizawa Art Brut Gallery (3-3, 4-jo Nishi, Iwamizawa),
Iwamizawa City Office Kitamura Branch
(593-1 Kitamura-Akagawa, Iwamizawa),
NAKAHARA DENKI Free Information Gallery
(2-29-1, Kita 2-jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo)
Access :
From JR Iwamizawa Station
・Deaeru Iwamizawa, Iwamizawa Art Brut Gallery
7 minutes walk, 3 minutes by car/taxi
・Iwamizawa Kaiga Hall
12 minutes on walk,
5 minutes by car/taxi
11 minutes by bus, Hokkaido Chuo Bus, bus stop "6-jo"
・Kitamura Branch
16 minutes by car
Admission :
Free
Contact:
Disabled Peopleʼs Arts and Culture Festival in HOKKAIDO office
70-18 Rokken-cho, Tobetsu, Ishikari,
Hokkaido 061-0231 Social Welfare Corporation Yuyu
TEL 0133-22-2896 FAX 0133-23-0811


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