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Japan 2016

  • Date26 June 2016 – 02 July 2016
  • PlaceTokyo and Shizuoka, Japan
  • Organized byOpen Network for Performing Arts Management (ON-PAM), Japan
  • Co-Organized byLive Performance Australia (Australia)
  • Performing Lines (Australia)
  • The Steering Committee for the Producer (South Korea)
  • Performing Arts Alliance (Taiwan)
  • Supported byArts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Japan)
  • Australia Council for the Arts (Australia)
  • Arts Council Korea (South Korea)
  • National Culture and Arts Foundation (Taiwan)
  • Cooperated byOwlspot Theater (Toshima Performing Arts Center, Japan)
  • SPAC (Shizuoka Performing Arts Center, Japan)
  • PARC (Japan Center, Pacific Basin Arts Communication, Japan)
  • Participants30 Producers from Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan + 8 Producers (in the Planning Team)

Programme Direction:

  • Conduct an enriching networking programs geared toward attending producers.
  • Explore the meaning of network in performing arts field by exchanging ideas with ON-PAM, a unique open network of performing arts, and seek for the Asian way of networking.
  • Extend networking program to producers and related personnel who were unable to attend the camp by sharing information gathered from professionals who reside in the region where the camp is held.
  • Form groups based on different background and work experience without a specific mentor to create a natural mentoring environment (organic mentoring).
  • Producers will be divided into five groups primarily based on their interests. Each group will spend time together and research on their topics.
  • Attend field trips in order for participants to experience and explore regional Japanese cultural scenes.

Australia South Korea  Japan Taiwan Hong Kong Macau
Malaysia Indonesia  Singapore New Zealand