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Aichi Triennale

Aichi Triennale
Aichi Triennale is an international arts festival launched in 2010, to be held once every three years in Aichi Prefecture. It is organized by the Aichi Triennale Organizing Committee. For the first Aichi Triennale 2010, the director of the National Museum of Art, Osaka, Akira Tatehata served as artistic director for the 72-day festival (Aug. 21 – Oct. 31) organized around the theme of "Arts and Cities." Participating were 131 artists/groups from 24 countries. The programming is characterized by a central pillar visual arts combined with a wide variety of performing arts, opera and other genres, with works performed at symbolic urban sites in Aichi Prefecture and Nagoya City and exhibits and performances that harmonize with the cityscapes and regional sites, as well as events like the Kids Triennale and other educational/outreach programs. The first triennale attracted a total audience of approximately 570,000 people.

festival name : Aichi Triennale
country : Japan
city : Nagoya, Okazaki
venue : Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya City Art Museum, etc.
period : 2016.8.11 -> 2016.10.23
URL : http://aichitriennale.jp