Celebrating the TIEMPO's 20th anniversary

23 & 24 September 2017, Fukuoka - Japan

TIEMPO 4 ALL BROCHURE (English)

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Tiempo Iberoamericano welcomes you to enjoy its 1st INTERCULTURAL FESTIVAL THROUGH THE ARTS.
After 20 years of countless intercultural activities to realize Tiempo’s goals, our center now proposes a new encounter combining reflection together with the individual’s manifestation in the world of art. Experience the ARTS through different Intercultural Spaces, Dialogues and Experiences.

This festival is a multidimensional window through which you can explore language, culture and society locally and globally. The Festival creates an amazing tapestry of art exhibitions, workshops, an academic conference, a public forum, a Cultnet day as well as many other interactive events for intercultural exchange and global communication.  

The collaboration of all partners involved in these events have enriched the festival and opened up new possibilities for mutual understanding.

PROGRAM

Click here to download a printable version of 2 days program (   PDF file)

     Presentation Sessions          workshops          Artistic Presentations          Exhibitions and posters

Sep 23 (Sat)
9:00 - 9:30 Registration (Reception Desk)
9:30 - 10:00 Opening Address
10:00 - 11:00 Session 1 (PR)        Benny Moré
Moderator/s: Houghton & Lakrout
P11 - Stephanie Ann Houghton: Dance, Dance-Fitness and Intercultural Language Education
P5 - Mélissa Lakrout: The body: a bridge for intercultural exchange
Session 2 (PR)        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Zinemanas & Huang
P13 - Daphna Markman Zinemanas: Conceptualization of the Additional Value of Art psychotherapy: Intersubjectivity and Visual Symbolization
P20 - Zhuo Min Huang: Making Meanings of Intercultural Experience through an Introspective Space of Creative-VisualArts
Session 3 (PR)        G. Mistral
Moderator/s: Ku & Park
P16 - Keong Ku: Global LYNCs Project: Developing Korean Primary and Middle School Students’ Intercultural Communicative Competence
P19 - Boonjoo Park: The Effects of Collaborative Learning on Intercultural Communicative Competence between Korean EFL University Students and Foreign Exchange Students with Various Cultural Backgrounds
11:00 - 11:10 Acoustic Music Performance - FREE -      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Kaori (Tango Singer): Tango Musical masterpieces 
11:10 - 12:10 Session 4 (PR)        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Baba & Suzuki
P6 - Takeshi Baba: 落書き防止のための壁画制作に焦点を置いたサービス・ラーニ ングの開発
P14 - Takami Suzuki: フランスと日本のアルゼンチンタンゴー異文化コミュニケーションの 一例
Workshop 1        Lola Flores
Shinya Mori: Moving Croquis: Communicating body movement through rapid sketching
Workshop 2        Benny Moré
Elida Maria Matsumoto: An art, the artist and you: An interactive performing presentation for a therapeutic community
Workshop 3        Astor Piazzolla
Isidoro Flores & Rodigo Herrera: Spanish gestures in communication as support for oral communication
Session 5 (PR)        G. Mistral
Moderator/s: Koide, Ryan & Rockell
P8 - Yuki Koide & Stephen Ryan: Exploring the possibilities of “English Through Drama”: An ethnographic investigation
P24 - Kim Rockell: Noh-ing English at a Japanese University
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
12:00 - 12:20 Conrado (Guitar):
Flamenco guitar, Bossa Nova and his original songs.
- FREE -
12:25 - 13:25


LUNCH
Session 6 (PR)  - FREE -        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Morita
P17 - Shinichi Morita: 現代アートの祭典、アートフェアの可能性について
Workshop 4        Lola Flores
Silvana Reyes & Conrado Gmeiner: Interplay between the roles of Flamenco (Guitar, Palms, Song and Dance)
Workshop 5        Benny Moré
Pablo Sosa & Yenis Flores: Fusions and Styles of Salsa between an Argentianian and a Cuban
Workshop 6        Astor Piazzolla
Joel Tempestti & Agueda Mansilla: Tango Codes for any Milonga in the World
Workshop 7        G. Mistral
Isidoro Flores & Rodigo Herrera: Foreign Words: The origins fo Different Words in Spanish
Exhibition Session 1      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Co-ordinators: Peter Roux & Elida Maria Matsumoto
- FREE -
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
12:25 - 12:45 Nishikawa Yoshio (Tremolo Tuned Harmonica player):
Argentine music and Japanese songs
13:00 - 13:20 Sakura (Percussionist, Rhythm expert):
Japanese songs to the rhythm of the Cuban traditional drum “Bata.”
- FREE -
13:40 - 15:20 Workshop 8   13:40 - 14:40 (1H)       Lola Flores
Shinya Mori: Moving Croquis: Communicating body movement through rapid sketching (extended time)
Workshop 9        Benny Moré
Stephanie Ann Houghton & Kazuki Miyata: Menburyu mask dance (Part 2)
Workshop 10        Astor Piazzolla
Ana R. Verissimo: Science communication, public engagement and the arts
Exhibition Session 2      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Co-ordinators: Peter Roux & Elida Maria Matsumoto
- FREE -
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
14:00 - 14:20 Machao Arriba! (Latin music band)
Machao sings Bachata gently, creating a Fall mood. Enjoy listening and dancing in pairs!
- FREE -
15:30 - 15:40 Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
Guitar Trio: Musical performances by Conrado, guitar instructor and his students
- FREE -
15:45 - 16:00 Open
16:00 - 18:00 Open Forum        Tiempo Hall
-Intercultural Engagement through the Arts - FREE -

Moderator: Taichi Goto, President, Region Works
Speakers: Jean Christian Bouvier, Sekai CM Festival Producer
Santiago Herrera, Founder and President, NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano
Suehiko Ide, Senior Managing Director, Nishinippon Shinbun TNC Bunka Circle
Satoko Kosaka, Professor, Dean, Faculty of Art and Regional Design, Saga University
18:10 DINNER - 21:00         Sancho Panza (5F)
(including Intercultural Exchange)
Acoustic Music Performance
19:00 - 00:00 TIEMPO 4 ALL PARTY        Tiempo Hall
- Multidisciplinary Art and Social Event -
Sep 24 (Sun)
9:00 - 9:30 Registration (Reception Desk)
9:30 - 11:10 Session 7 (PR)        Benny Moré
Moderator/s: Hsieh, Matsumoto & Schimelman
P1 - Jessie Hsieh: Arts in the Community and Social Participation: A General Education Course for Intercultural Citizenship and Community Development
P2 - Elida Maria Matsumoto: How community can benefit from arts for its development: a reading and writing project in Nungua/ Ghana (Africa)
P3 - Ellie Schimelman: Using Arts for Social Change and Understanding
Session 8 (PR)        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Chevalier, Angove & Roux
P22 - Laurence Chevalier: From Language to Dance: A Teaching Perspective
P7 - Dana Lee Angove & Peter W. Roux: Global citizenship in motion: Dance and dialogue for intercultural learning
Session 9 (PR)        G. Mistral
Moderator/s: Hsu & Jing
P18 (Virtual) - Leticia Yulita: ‘Never forget. Never forgive’: From creating a leaflet to engaging with the community
P23 - Tsu-chia Julia Hsu: Exploring Intercultural Encounters' Learning Perspectives
P10 - Hongtao Jing: A Curriculum for Intercultural Citizenship in a Japanese University
Workshop 11      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Daphna Markman Zinemanas: Multicultural group art project
11:20 - 13:00 Session 10 (PR)        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Houghton, LeFrancois & Verissimo
P12 - Stephanie Ann Houghton & Yoshiko Kuroiwa: Intercultural Communication through children’s literature
P25 - Vincent LeFrancois: Intercultural Communication through Bandes Dessinees (French comics)
P15 - Ana R. Verissimo: Scientific literacy through the arts
Workshop 12        Lola Flores
Silvana Reyes & Conrado Gmeiner: Communicating through Affective Codes in Flamenco: Pride, Passion and Perseverance
Workshop 13        Benny Moré
Marcelo Stella & Yenis Flores: Creating community through Cuban Rueda Salsa: Coordinated cooperation in a state of change
Workshop 14        Astor Piazzolla
Elida Maria Matsumoto: The I and Us: Experience the individual in a collective experience in a creative workshop
Session 11 (RP)  - FREE -        G. Mistral
Moderator/s: Pimenta
PP7 - Sebastio Pimenta: The International Artist in Residence Program at Kouraku Kiln in Arita
Workshop 11      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Daphna Markman Zinemanas: Multicultural group art project
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
12:20 - 12:40 Satoshi Kusakari (Guitar student): Flamenco Guitar
12:50 - 13:10 Naoko Iwatsu (Accordion player):
Musette music of Paris, Chanson and Argentine Tango
- FREE -
13:10 - 14:00


LUNCH
Workshop 15        Don Quijote
Rodrigo Herrera: A Search for Sounds in our Immediate Exterior: Hidden Onomatopeia inside the Spanish Language
Workshop 16        Lola Flores
Ahlam: Distinguishing Sounds in Arab Music
Workshop 17        Benny Moré
Pablo Sosa & Yenis Flores: Different kinds of Expressions in Social Dance: Structure and Interpretation
Workshop 18        Astor Piazzolla
Joel Tempestti & Agueda Mansilla: The Origin of Argentine Folklore and Regionalism inside of Dances
Workshop 22        G. Mistral
Sebastio Pimenta: Explorations in creative decoration with decal on pottery
Exhibition Session 3      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Co-ordinators: Peter Roux & Elida Maria Matsumoto
- FREE -
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
13:20 - 14:00 Pepe & Lovelies Four (Ocarina and Quena):
Latin American Folklore and Japanese songs.
- FREE -
14:00 - 14:10 Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
Satoshi Kusakari (Guitar student): Flamenco Guitar
- FREE -
14:10 - 15:10 Session 12 (RP)  - FREE -        Don Quijote
Moderator/s: Houghton & Verissimo
PP9 - Stephanie Ann Houghton, Ana R. Verissimo & Bailey Onaga: Interculturality, Artificial Intelligence & Art
PP8 - Johanna DeMaine & Tatsuya Tsutui: Fusion: A blend of East and West: Ancient and contemporary (Cancelled)
Workshop 19        Lola Flores
Ahlam: From Exorcism to Emotional Expression: Exploring improvisations in body movement to Zar Rhythm
Workshop 20        Benny Moré
Pablo Sosa & Yenis Flores: Fusions of the Caribbean in Music and Dance
Workshop 21        Astor Piazzolla
Joel Tempestti & Agueda Mansilla: Changes in Nonverbal Roles and Communication in Tango: Moving together in trust and alternating the lead
Session 13 (PR)  - FREE -        G. Mistral
Moderator/s: Eguchi
P21 - Kumi Eguchi: Interdisciplinary Study on Evaluation of Kasuri Culture
Acoustic Music Performance        Sancho Panza (5F)
15:00 - 15:20 Aiko Ohashi (Piano):
Tango, Waltz and Latin music.
- FREE -
15:20 - 16:45 Concluding Session: Going 4ward        Tiempo Hall
- Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts - FREE -

Floating Moderator: Dr.Andy Nonaka, Intercultural Communication, President, CommSkill Co., Ltd. Moderators:
1- Elida Maria Matsumoto (Japanese), Fine Artist, Educator, Art Healer, Flaming Elephant NPO Founder
2 - Peter Roux (English), Lecturer, Organization for General Education, Saga University
3 - Santiago Hererra (Spanish), Founder and President, NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano
4 - Stephanie Weston (Multilingual), Professor, International Relations, Law Faculty, Fukuoka University
Rehearsal of Flamenco Show      Patio - Frida Kahlo (4F)
Open to public audience for insights into communications between performers - FREE -
16:45 - 18:00 FINAL KANPAI - Happy Hour        Sancho Panza (5F)

PR = Peer Reviewed & RP= Research in Progress

** Please note that photos and video will be taken throughout the conference at both conference venues for promotional purposes. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

Intercultural Engagement through the Arts

Open Forum

This bilingual public forum, organized by Tiempo Iberoamericano, will explore intercultural engagement through the arts by dialoguing about cutting edge initiatives or practical experiences across government, business, NPO and academic sectors towards dynamic community development.
During the Q. & A., the specially invited panelists from Saga and Fukuoka can share their perspectives with local participants.

This forum is part of the two-day festival (September 23rd and 24th, 2017) - 1st INTERCULTURAL FESTIVAL THROUGH THE ARTS. This two hour moderated forum with five invited panelists will be open to the general public as well as conference delegates free of charge.

Tiempo hopes that not only scholars, and educators but also practitioners and community stake-holders from different fields will join the dialogue on intercultural engagement through the arts for dynamic community development.

Saturday, 23rd September, 2017.
16:00 - 18:00   (Open: 15:45)

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (map )

Admission Free

** Language: Japanese English (interpretation available)
** It's best to book in advance. (Booking )

This project is undertaken with the support of Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation.

[Moderator]
Taichi Goto
(President / CEO of Region Works LLC)

[Speaker]
Satoko Kosaka
(Dean, Faculty of Art and Regional Design, Saga University)

[Speaker]
Suehiko Ide
(Senior Managing Director of
Nishinippon Shinbun-TNC Culture Circle)

[Speaker]
Jean Christian Bouvier
(Producer of The World CM Festival)

[Speaker]
Santiago Herrera
(President of NPO Tiempo Iberoameriano)

Workshops

Academically-oriented practical arts-based workshops

Once you experience new things, it is important to reflecton them. You can envision the future by reflecting what you feel, what you gain, what you learn from life experiences, whatever they are. These experiences are food for self growth.

Now Saga University and Tiempo Iberoamericano are co-organizing some unique and practical workshops for you to experience different cultures from various angles, for example, through dance, arts, languages and presentations. Dance and music can be useful to relax, get rid of stress and participate in social activities.
Please feel free to join us!

Saturday, 23rd and Sunday, 24th September, 2017
9:30 - 16:45   (Open: 9:00)

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (map )

1 session: ¥1,000
      Voucher: ¥2,500

Ticket Information

** It's required to book in advance. (Booking )

[Co-organizer] Multicultural Fitness Community (MFC)

 

Workshop schedule

Time schedule
Date Title Instructors
Sep 23
(Sat)
Spanish gestures in communication as support for oral communication

Isidoro Flores
Rodrigo Herrera

Croquis (Sketches) Shinya Mori
Foreign Words: The origins of Different Words in Spanish Isidoro Flores
Rodrigo Herrera
Fusions and Styles of Salsa between an Argentianian and a Cuban

Pablo Sosa
Yenis Flores

Tango Codes for any Milonga in the World

Joel Tempestti
Agueda Mansilla

Interplay between the roles of Flamenco
-
Guitar, Palms, Song and Dance -
Silvana Reyes
Conrado Gmeiner
Croquis: Communicating body movement through rapid sketching Shinya Mori
The I and Us: Experience the individual in a collective experience in a creative workshop Elida Maria Matsumoto
Menburyu mask dance (Part 2) Stephanie Ann Houghton
Kazuki Miyata
Science communication, public engagement and the arts Ana Verissimo
Sep 24
(Sun)
Multicultural group art project (Part 1) Daphna Markman Zinemanas
Multicultural group art project (Part 2)
Communicating through Affective Codes in Flamenco: Pride, passion and perseverance Silvana Reyes
Conrado Gmeiner
Creating community through Cuban Rueda Salsa: Coordinated cooperation in a state of change

Marcelo Stella
Yenis Flores

An art, the artist and you: An interactive performing presentation for a therapeutic community Elida Maria Matsumoto
A search for sounds in our immediate exterior: Hidden onomatopeia inside the Spanish Language Rodrigo Herrera
Distinguishing sounds in Arab music Ahlam
Different kinds of expressions in social dance: Structure and Interpretation Pablo Sosa
Yenis Flores
The origin of Argentine folklore and regionalism inside of dances Joel Tempestti
Agueda Mansilla
From exorcism to emotional expression: Exploring improvisations in body movement to Zar rhythm Ahlam
Fusions of the Caribbean in music and dance Pablo Sosa
Yenis Flores
Explorations in creative decoration with decal on pottery Sebastio Pimenta
[Cancelled] Fusion: A blend of East and West: Ancient and contemporary Johanna DeMaine &
Tatsuya Tsutsui

Tiempo 4 All Party

It is an interactive event where you can enjoy many different cultures in one night. Enjoy the powerful performances of Latin, Flamenco, Argentine Tango and Bellydancers and musicians.
Our special guest is“Wagakudan Japan Marvelous” whose creative and alternative performances are very popular around the world. The group uses traditional Japan instruments-drums, a koto harp and bamboo flute.

Artists

Japan Marvelous Drummers

An award winning Japanese Drum Group, recognized all over the Globe!
Having performed in over 20 countries across the globe, Japan Marvelous Drummers’ eight performers use the traditional instruments of Japan including drums of all sizes, the koto harp, bamboo flutes and clarinet to create a truly unique show. Combining the power of these instruments with dance, humour and beauty, this intense rhythmic show has the power to change the way you think about Japan forever. In August, 2015, Japan Marvelous Drummers performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 for the second time, receiving 5 stars reviews 2 years in a row.

Shoko Kawahara (17-string Koto)

1996 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Traditional Japanese Music. Major: Koto music (Ikuta style). 1998 Graduated from Tokai University, Master of the Graduate of Arts. Major: Sound Art. 1999 Graduated from Tokai University, Master of the Graduate of Arts as a special non-degree student Major: Sound Art.
In addition, she continues studying and researching by taking a part in planning concerts such as “The World of the 17-stringed Japanese Koto Part I to III” in Tokyo in 2012. Also, she plays a supervisory roles in junior high schools in Fukuoka city through the Municipal Board of Education. For example, She works at Fukuoka University of Education and Fukuoka Woman’s Junior College as a part-time instructor, Japanese Koto music club at Hara central Junior high school and Fukuoka Chikushi Jogakuen Senior high school as an instructor.

Silvana Reyes
Flamenco
Verónica Nieto
Flamenco
Conrado Gmeiner
Flamenco
Ahlam
Orienta dance
Joel Tempestti
Agueda Mansilla

Tango
Pablo Sosa
Salsa / Caribbean dance
Yenis Flores
Salsa / Caribbean dance
Proyección Flamenca
Yuri Yoshihara, Sonoko Oka, Naoko Hirata, Yukaha Hidera
Anacaona
Yuka Kamikakimoto, Namiko Shimada, Maori Yoshikawa, Rie Fujinobu

Saturday, 23rd September, 2017
Open / Start: 19:00

Program

20:00 - 20:20: Performance Part 1
• Flamenco show (Grupo proyección-flamenco fusión + Silvana, Verónica and Conrado, traditional flamenco )

20:45 - 21:00: Performance Part 2
• Koto + flamenco guitar ( Brazilian music )
• Koto + Belly dance show ( Japanese music )
• Tango show by Joel and Agueda
• Salsa show by Pablo and Yenis

21:30 - 21:50: Performance Part 3
• Japanese drumming: Japan Marvelous
• Japanese drumming and Tiempo dancers collaboration

22:30 - 22:45: Performance Part 4
• Salsa show by Anacaona
• Belly dance show by Ahlam
• Tango show by Joel and Agueda
• Salsa show by Pablo and Yenis

TIEMPO HALL (map )

Admission fee: ¥1,000
* The purchase of a drink ticket (¥500) is necessary.

Ticket Information

This project is undertaken with the support of Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation.

Artistic Performances

Enjoy the performances of the musicians of various genres on the 4th floor patio and in the “Sancho Panza” restaurant on the 5th floor and other places inside Tiempo Iberoamericano.

Conrado Gmeiner
- Flamenco Guitarist -
Sakura
- Percussionist -
Naoko Iwatsu
- Accordionist -
Aiko Ohashi
- Pianist -
Kaori
- Tango singer -
Machao Arriba!
- Latin Music Band -
Nishikawa Yoshio
- Tremolo Tuned Harmonica player -
Pepe & Lovely Four
- Ocarina and Quena -

Saturday, 23rd and Sunday, 24th September, 2017

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (map )

Admission Free

* Time schedule to be announced.

This project is undertaken with the support of Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation. (Only Sep 23rd.)

 

 

Exhibition & Poster Sessions

As this is an inaugural event, the art exhibition and poster session invited a broad variety of artwork and posters that addressed the conference themes in some way. As such, it didn't follow any selective process, but rather sought to further enhance the event through offering a rich space to presenters and exhibitors to share their productions or work for the benefit of participants and visitors alike. Poster work on display sees a broad range of approaches focused on intercultural exchange and/or learning across communities, fields of expertise and cultures. In line with our initial vision for this project, some of the presented work are more academically and/or educationally oriented, while others explore and blend ideas freely, hoping to engage and challenge the visitor in ways not thought of before.

POSTER SESSIONS

Co-ordinators: Peter Roux & Elida Maria Matsumoto
Free of charge

• A curriculum for Intercultural Learning
• Japanese Bamboo Work: Their Trajectory from ‘Crafts’ in Japan to ‘Bamboo Art’ in U.S.
• Intercultural communication through French comics
• Five (science) stories, Five artists
• Moving the body and shaping the mind
• Ceramic Art - Fusion: A blend of East and West
• Exhibition of cultural exchange: Felter hats and accompanying drawings

Exhibitions and Artists

Alonso Beti
Johanna DeMaine
Angeles Hererra
Vincent Lefrancois
Elida Maria Matsumoto
Shinya Mori
Bailey Onaga
SebastiaoPimenta
Paulo Thume

Posters

Dana Lee Angove
Masaaki Morishita
Peter W. Roux
Steve Sager
Ana Verissimo

Alonso Beti
- Painter -

She was born in Boka in Argentina where the cradle of Tango. In his early ages, she started painting as a tool of selfexpression. She studied art in la escuela nacional de Bellas Artes Prylidiano Pueyrredon. She has been holding her individual shows in Argentina and abroad. Also, she has been trained the younger generations at her atelier over 30 years.
At present, she has been working on the portraits of the Argentina historiacal heroes by the commission of the Argentina ministry of culture.

Angeles Hererra
- Painter -

Independent, Visual Arts Professor; Plastic Arts Artist, Art Educator and Creator of Mosaics.

Shinya Mori
- Painter -

For 15 years, Shinya Mori has been traveling to Spain, engaging in art activities. Lately he’s also been developing his creativity in the city of Fukuoka. The feature of his work is highlighted in its line, point and colors.

Vincent Lefrançois
- Illustrator -
Elida Maria Matsumoto
- Art educator and art therapist -

Elida is an art educator and fine artist working with Art and Healing and she is The College of Healing Foundation course tutor and Practitioner course support teacher in Japan.

Saturday, 23rd and Sunday, 24th September, 2017

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (map )

Admission Free

 

This project is undertaken with the support of Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation. (Only Sep 23rd.)

Conference

1st International Conference on Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts:
Community Development, Education and Policy

This is an international conference on Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts: Community Development, Education and Policy in which more than 20 educators and specialists from all over the world will present their research and investigations.
Two or three speakers will present in separate sessions about every theme.You can choose some themes that you are interested in and listen to the related presentations.

This conference is co-organized by NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano in Fukuoka, and the Multicultural Fitness Community, which is based at Saga University, in Japan. It is supported by the Faculty of Art and Regional Design, and the Faculty of Culture and Education at Saga University. It is also supported by Cultnet , which is a group of researchers sharing an interest in ‘the cultural dimension’ of language teaching.

The organizers and supporters of Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts: Community Development, Education and Policy aim to generate wide-ranging forms of intercultural dialogue through which interconnected global and local issues can be explored within the spheres of education, language, culture, and society through the arts. Scholars, educators, practitioners and community stake-holders from different fields will be invited to participate in this event to further promote intercultural exchange, community development, and educational and policy initiatives through the arts.

Please visit the conference website (abstracts) to check their presentation themes.

Conference website

Saturday, 23rd and Sunday, 24th September, 2017
9:30 - 16:45   (Open: 9:00)

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (map )

1 session: ¥1,000
      Voucher: ¥2,500

Ticket Information

Going 4ward

Concluding Session
- Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts -

You are invited to attend one of 4 concurrent, moderated sessions in any of the conference languages - English, Japanese or Spanish. The purpose of this concluding session is to bring together scholars and community members to deepen mutual understanding and explore how to support ongoing Intercultural Dialogue through the Arts, as captured in the three strands of Community Development, Education and Policy.

Floating Moderator: Dr.Andy Nonaka, Intercultural Communication, President, CommSkill Co., Ltd.

Moderators:
1- Elida Maria Matsumoto (Japanese), Fine Artist, Educator, Art Healer, Flaming Elephant NPO Founder
2 - Peter Roux (English), Lecturer, Organization for General Education, Saga University
3 - Santiago Hererra (Spanish), Founder and President, NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano
4 - Stephanie Weston (Multilingual), Professor, International Relations, Law Faculty, Fukuoka University

Saturday, 24rd September, 2017
Open / Start: 15:20 – 16:45

TIEMPO HALL (map )

Admission Free

Ticket Information

Two or three speakers will present in separate sessions about every theme in the conference. Also we have scheduled some workshops on different themes.
Please choose and reserve sessions or workshops you are interested in from among a general program that will be released soon.
* Open Forum (on the 23rd), Artist performances and Art exhibitions (on the 23rd and 24th) are free to join.

1 admission: ¥1,000
   * Workshop, Session ( panel presentations ) or Tiempo 4 ALL Party

Voucher: ¥2,500
   ** 4 sessions + TIEMPO 4 ALL PARTY Admission fee

Ticket outlets

• NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano

Tickets can be purchased at the reception of Tiempo.
If you can’t come to TIEMPO to buy tickets, please contact us through the inquiry form below.
Please note that all tickets are non-refundable because of the purchaser's personal preferences.

[ Contact ]
092-762-4100 / eventostiempo.jp

Inquiry form

General Information

Title TIEMPO 4 ALL
1st INTERCULTURAL FESTIVAL THROUGH THE ARTS
Date September 23rd (Sat.) and 24th (Sun.), 2017
Venue NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano (Fukuoka)
Fee 1 admission: ¥1,000
Voucher: ¥2,500
** Open forum, artists Performances and art exhibition are admission free.
Ticket outlets NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano
Organizer NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano
Supporters Fukuoka Prefectural Government (only Sep 23)
Fukuoka City Government (only Sep 23)
Fukuoka Convention & Visitors Bureau (only Sep 23)
Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation
Faculty of Art and Regional Design - Saga University,
Faculty of Culture & Education - Saga University,
Cultnet
Love FM,
Nishinippon Shinbun-TNC Culture Circle
Executive Committee of ART FAIR ASIA
Kouraku Kiln-Arita
  Open forum, TIEMPO 4 ALL PARTY, artists performances and art exhibition are undertaken with the support of Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation.

NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano

Multicultural Fitness Community (MFC)

Venue and Contact

[ Venue and Contact ] NPO Tiempo Iberoamericano

3F Daimyo11511 Bldg., 1-15-11 Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka 810-0041
092-762-4100  /   092-762-4104
eventostiempo.jp  /   www.tiempo.jp
Weekday: 12:00 to 22:00
    Weekend and national holiday: 12:00 to 18:00

How to Access

[ Nishitetsu Tren (Tenjin Ōmuta Line) ]
7 minutes' walk from "Fukuoka" station.

[ Subway ]
10 minutes' walk from "Tenjin" station.
7 minutes' walk from "Tenjin Minami" station of Nanakuma Line.

[ Nishitetsu Bus ]
The nearest bus stop are "Kego 1 cho-me" or "Imaizumi 1 cho-me".

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