EXPO PLL Talks Art & Impact: The After Expo 2025 World, Thinking with Innovators

Updated: Sep 19

 SUZUKI Daisuke, CEO of ARTLOGUE, Inc., who expects to hold the world's largest art festival "Osaka Kansai International Art Festival" under the theme of social impact and also establish "International Art City Osaka".We will welcome guests who are active in various genres as well as art and creative fields. Through the activities of the guests, we will discuss what kind of society we want to create after Expo '2025 and consider the potential of art with them.

Moderator:Mr. SUZUKI Daisuke(CEO, ARTLOGUE, Inc., General Producer, Study: Osaka Kansai International Art Festival )


Mr. HIRATA Oriza (Playwright, Director, President in Professional College of Arts and Tourism )

Mr. NANJO Fumio (Curator, Special Advisor in Mori Art Museum)

◯Date:18:30-20:30 , 1st June (Wed.), 2022

◯Venue:Jyosho Hall, OIT Umeda Tower 3F, Umeda Campus, Osaka Institute of Technology(1-45 Chayamachi, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan)

◯Fee:Free (reservation required in advance )

◯Reservation:Please check here to book your seat.

◯Organizer:Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition, ARTLOGUE, Inc.

◯Cooperation:Jyosho Gakuen Educational Corporation

◯Grants:2022 Japan Expo Innovation-type Project Grant (Japan Arts Council/Agency for Cultural Affairs), Osaka City Arts Activity Promotion Project Grant, TEAM EXPO 2025

※This series of talk programs is part of EXPO PLL Talks, a series of online talk events held prior to the Expo to provide an opportunity for a diverse range of practitioners and experts to share their perspectives on the theme and work together to create the Expo, based on the concept of "People's Living Lab (PLL, a laboratory for the future society)," the theme of the Osaka Kansai Expo. Also, this is held as part of Study:Osaka Kansai International Art Festival.

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