Collective Memory: Workshop for co-exploring local culture
What forms the “memory of the city” is not a public record, but rather a collective memory developed in the course of life. In urban cities today, however, life has become individualised and generational divides are readily apparent. This is further exacerbated in a society under the threat of COVID-19.
In this series of workshop, we will discuss how to transform personal memory materials into local and collective memories, and how to create dialogue and communication between old and new communities through experience.
10th and 17th of December 2021, 14th, 24th and 28th of January 2022. 19:00-20:30
Keio University Mita Campus, East Building 6F, G-lab (and other places)
Open to anyone, Max. 15 seats. If there are too many applicants, a lottery will be held.
Participants must be able to attend all five sessions.
This is a discussion-based learning workshop. Participants are expected to participate actively and speak up.
Please apply using the form below. First closing date: Monday 6 Decemberhttps://forms.gle/dR4dY2VaUb6tvAMq8
Keio University Art Center
Cultural Narrative of a City project (homma, shino)
Tel: 03-5427-1621 Email:email@example.com
Organised by Keio University Art Center
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan in fiscal 2021.