2016年03月17-19日 The 10th International Conference of Asian Arts Management @Manila


The 10th International Conference of Asian Arts Management

Manila, Philippines 2016

In the general understanding, the purpose of arts management is to effectively deliver works of art and musical performances to viewers and listeners in theatres, concert halls, art museums, and other cultural institutions. The objective of arts management is to link the producer and the consumer through the medium of an artwork or cultural event.

Western-style arts management is a technique of accurately distributes art products by and for the members of the bourgeoisie. It is premised on the existence of a market for the consumption of such art, which is frequently referred to as "high art". Arts management includes the establishment of facilities for the arts, such as art museums and concert halls, the development of a system of financial support for the arts, formulating arts and cultural policy while ascertaining the balance between supply and demand, and managing arts activities.

In this project, we offer to challenge the orthodox, the Western model of arts management, which caters on the management of institutions, and propose the possibility for a distinctly Asian model. We believe that we can conceive of a model of arts management, in practice and as an academic subject, which is more in line with the nature of community and society in the various regions of Asia.

In the socio-cultural context, Japan and Philippines share some common grounds. Economic conditions have necessitated the shift toward socially inclusive arts management. As a result of economic crises and large-scale natural disasters, economic disparities have widened and employment inequality and the exclusion of minorities have intensified. In this context, people have begun to focus on arts activities as a channel for connecting social excluded persons in society.

PROGRAM DETAILS: 20160317.pdf

DATE: March 17-19, 2016

VENUE: Hotel Benilde

2016年03月03-04日 The 14th URP Bangkok Urban Culture Forum 2016

"Urban Culture - Rural Culture: Overcoming a Dichotomy"

Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts Chulalongkorn University

March 3­4, 2016 8:30AM ­- 3:30PM

Programme: 2016030304.pdf

Detail: http://www.urp.faa.chula.ac.th/urp/Forum.html

The annual URP Forum aims to create a space for graduate students and scholars to share their research in visual art, creative art, performance studies, dance, cultural studies, ethnomusicology, urban planning and related disciplines connected to the study of academic and vernacular interpretation of urban culture through arts.

2016年02月23日 The 14th URP Yogyakarta Academic Forum 2016

"A New Community Management Through Arts and Cultures"

Sasana Ajiyasa, Faculty of Visual Arts

Indonesia Institute of The Arts Yogyakarta

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Programme: 20160223.pdf

Detail: http://urp.fib.ugm.ac.id/news/13

Arts and culture strategies can be used to understand community context and celebrate community character in urban area. In this sense, community based on traditional art and culture can be seen as a narrative of a place in a time given. Nevertheless, this kind of community still facing the same problems from time to time. The biggest problem arise is management (organization, financial, regeneration).

The 14th Urban Research Plaza Forum 2016 will discuss "A New Community Through Art and Culture". It will emphasize on how traditional art and culture community in urban area preserve and survive among other community. In this case, the focus will be on management community in Japan and Indonesia.

By delivering this theme, the attention will be drawn into the effectiveness of community management in revitalizing or re-actualizing the traditional art. It is important to learn how this kind of community has been working in a wider society and gain a mutual understanding with people outside the community in order to create a community based on traditional art and culture. It also can be used to develop networking and to expand a community's role from audience to active participants. Art and cultural integration is absolutely needed when used as a tool to provide wide access for community in solving increasingly complex social issues, particularly in urban community.

2016年03月07日 おとあそび工房公演ふりかえりの会



チラシ: 20160307.pdf

2016年3月7日(月)18時半~21時 <参加無料・申込不要>

会 場:大阪駅前第二ビル6階(大阪市立大学サテライトキャンパス)108教室




司 会・コメンテーター:嶋田久美(日本学術振興会特別研究員)




京都大学大学院人間・環境学研究科博士後期課程修了。現在、日本学術振興会特別研究員。専門は音楽学・美学。近年の研究テーマは、地域医療福祉における芸術活動の役割について。主要論文に「「装置」としての表現活動:ラ・ボルド病院、べてるの家を例として」(『美学』第63巻第1 号、2012年)、「コミュニティ音楽療法の射程:「制度」の観点から考える音楽療法士の役割」(『人間・環境学』第24巻、2016年)などがある。






沼田里衣 riinumata★gmail.com(★を半角@に置換してください)



2015年03月05日 The 13th URP Forum in Yogyakarta

13th URP Forum "Urban Cultural Innovation: Making A Social Channel with Excluded People

Multimedia Room 3rd floor, Rectorat Building
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta
Thursday, March 05, 2015

7.30 - 8.30 60' Registration Front Officer
Dyah Ayu Retnowati
Mentari Tyas
8.30 - 8.35 5' Opening Master of Ceremony
Arifah Arum Candra, S.S., M.A.
08.35 - 08.45 10' Welcoming Speech
Representation of URP Yogyakarta Office Dr. Daud Aris Tanudirjo
08.45 - 08.55 10' Note from Representation of URP-OCU Prof. Shin Nakagawa
08.55 - 09.30 35' Coffee Break Food Dept
09.30 - 11.30 120' Seminar Session 1
09.30 - 09.55 25' Presenter #1
Prof. Dr. Hiroyuki Hashimoto (Otemon Gakuin University)
Restoration of Communities Through Folk Performance Arts: Kagura Performers After the Great East Japan Earthquake
Master of Ceremony
Arifah Arum Candra,S.S., M.A. Chairperson
Dr. Laksmi Adriani Savitri, M.Si.
Note Taker
Zahrani Balqi, S.S., M.A.
Time Keeper
Drajat; Anggit
09.55 - 10.20 25' Presenter #2 D
iananta Pramitasari, Ph.D.
(Architecture & Planning Engineering Dept. UGM)
Role of Going Out Activities as Social Channels for Elderly
10.20 - 10.45 25' Presenter #3
Irwandi, S.Sn., M.Sn. (School of Recorded Media Arts, ISI Yogyakarta)
Otot, Kaum Pinggiran, dan Fotografi: Ketika Anggota Gorilla Power Barbell Club Memotret Dirinya
10.45 -11.30 45' Discussion
11.30 - 12.30 60' Lunch Break Food Dept
12.30 - 15.00 110' Seminar Session 2 Master of Ceremony Zahrani Balqi, S.S., M.A. Chairperson Dr. Fortunata Tyasrinestu, M.Si. Note Taker Arifah Arum Candra, S.S., M.A. Time Keeper Drajat; Anggit
12.30 - 12.55 25' Presenter #5
Mr. Kiener Johannes (Osaka City University)
Turning Working Class Neighborhoods into Places for Creativity: The Working of Urban Land in Osaka
12.55 - 13.20 25' Presenter #6
Dr. Suzie Handajani, M.A. (Anthropology Dept., UGM)
Coming Out and Bleding In: Creating Spaces of Empowerment for Urban Gays
13.20 -13.45 25' Presenter #7
Indro Baskoro M.P., S.Sn. (Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta) [not confirm yet]
13.45 - 14.05 25' Presenter #4
Dr. Abdul Wahid, M.Hum., M.Phil. (History Dept., UGM)
Segosegawe Yogya: Partisipasi Publik Berbasis Komunitas dalam Negosiasi Ruang dan Upaya Revitalisasi Budaya Bersepeda (biking culture) di Kota Yogyakarta
14.05 - 14.55 45' Discussion
14.55 - 15.10 15' Coffee Break Food Dept.
15.10 - 15.20 10' Closing Remark
Representation of ISI
Prof. Dr. A.M. Hermin Kusmayati
Master of Ceremony
Arifah Arum Candra, S.S., M.A.
15.20 - 15.25 5' Photo Session Documentation Dept.

2015年03月02-03日 The 13th URP Forum in Bangkok

The 13th Urban Research Plaza's Forum
"Partnership for Change - Finding Creative Solutions to Urban Challenges" 
By the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts
Chulalongkorn University
and the Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University 
March 2­3, 2015 8:30AM­ - 4:00PM
at Chulalongkorn University

Day 1 - March 2, 2015
Maha Chulalongkorn Building, Room 105

8:30 AM Registration

Morning Session (Moderator - Bussakorn Binson, Associate Professor, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand) 
8:40 - 9:00 AM A Musical Overture
9:00 - 9:10 AM Opening Remarks and the URP Bangkok Office Report by its Co­-Director Bussakorn Binson Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
9:10 - 9:40 AM Keynote 1 Listening to the Unheard Voices: The Role of Universities Against the New Liberalism, Shin Nakagawa, Osaka City University, Japan
9:40 - 10:00 AM CoffeeBreak, Maha Chulalongkorn Building (20min)

Session 1
10:00 - 10:20 AM Firefly: Eco­-Conscious Video Art to Conserve the Environment for Amphawa District Doctorate of Fine and Applied Arts students, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
10:20 - 10:40 AM Alleviating Isolation by Art Projects Takuya Oi, Osaka City University, Japan 
10:40 - 11:00 AM The Busan Biennale and Its Cultural Context Seohyun Kwon, OsakaCity University, Japan
11:00 - 11:20 AM Urban Hum Sandra Uskokovic & Boris Bakal, Croatia
11:20 - 11:50 AM Indigenous Voices: Glimpses Into the Margins of Modern Development Jeff Warner, USA

11:50 - 1:00 PM Lunch break, Maha Chulalongkorn Building (70min)

Session 2 (Moderator - Prapon Kumjim, Lecturer, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
1:00 - 1:20 PM Do­-it­-Yourself Values and Practices as Community Building Tools in Bangkok's Rock'n'Roll Subculture Music Scene Pablo Henri Ramirez, Thailand
1:20 - 1:40 PM Protecting Cultural Space or Urban Re­-colonization: When Do Cultural Districts Cross the Line? Tom Borrup, USA

1:40 - 2:00 PM Coffee Break, Maha Chulalongkorn Building (20 min)

2:00 - 2:20 PM Coconut is Life: The Photovoice Project for Local Youths in Amphawa Community Doctorate of Fine and Applied Arts students, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
2:20 - 2:40 PM Successful Cultural Heritage Models in Myanmar Barbara T. Bauer, Myanmar
2:40 - 3:40 PM Panel1: Exploring New Academic Partnerships and Research Opportunities for Urban Futures
Session Concludes

Fine Print
The views and opinions expressed at the Forum are those of the presenters and are not to be construed as representing those of Chulalongkorn University and/or its staff. Chulalongkorn University supports the open expression and exchange of ideas for the betterment of society.

Day 2 - March 3, 2015
Maha Chulalongkorn Building, Room 105

8:30 AM Registration

Morning Session (Moderator - Shin Nakagawa, Professor, Osaka City University, Japan) 
Session 3
9:00 - 9:30 AM Keynote 2 From the Street to the Stage: How Topical Songs Connect Thailand and Taiwan, Shefong Chung, Taiwan
9:30 - 9:50 AM Are Gardens Universal? Allotment and Community Gardens and Their Historical and Political Frames Werner Bigell, Norway
9:50 - 10:20 AM Reach Back, Reach Deep, Reach Out: A Case Study of the Songs of Memory Project in the Community Victoria Vorreiter, USA

10:20 - 10:40 AM Coffee Break, M aha Chulalongkorn Building (20 min)

10:40 - 11:00 AM Urban Bin Doctorate of Fine and Applied Arts students, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
11:00 - 11:20 AM Brâncusi: From Tate to Urban Culture Cornelia Buijs-­Dragusin, Australia
11:20 - 11:40 AM Theatre and Immigration - Performance Partnership for Social Change
Hilde Kvam, Norway
11:40 - 12:00 AM The Promotion of Sustainable and Creative Community Building Through Thai Youth Puppet Theater Takako Iwasawa, Japan

12:00­ - 1:00 PM Lunch break, Maha Chulalongkorn Building (60 min)

Session 4 ( Moderator - Kjell Skyllstad, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
1:00 - 1:20 AM Transposition: An Urban Cultural Engine? Geir Johnson, Norway
1:20 - 1:40 PM Partnership for Change - Mozart as Social Activist Kjell Skyllstad, Thailand
1:40 - 2:10 PM Music as an Agent for Change + Video Tom Gravlie, Norway

2:10 - 2:30 PM Coffee Break, Maha Chulalongkorn Building (20min)

2:30 - 2:50 PM As Noisy As... Doctorate of Fine and Applied Arts students, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
2:50 - 3:10 PM Ballet Building Bridges - Partnership in Paris Marie Ingand, Norway
3:10 - 4:10 PM Panel 2: Art and Urban Activism: Regional and Global Perspectives 
4:10 - 4:40 PM Forum Summary Shin Nakagawa, Professor, Osaka City University, Japan
Session Concludes

Fine Print
The views and opinions expressed at the Forum are those of the presenters and are not to be construed as representing those of Chulalongkorn University and/or its staff. Chulalongkorn University supports the open expression and exchange of ideas for the betterment of society.

2014年12月21日 平成26年奈奈子祭


2014年12月21日 11:00-15:00
場所: 三陸花ホテル

主催: 奈奈子祭実行委員会
後援: 大槌町教育委員会ほか

演目等実施詳細: (チラシ参照)

2014年07月22-24日「包摂型創造都市と文化多様性」第5回 国際ラウンドテーブル会議「都市の世紀を拓く」 第3回 国際都市創造性学会(Association for Urban Creativity, AUC)

平成26年度 国際学術シンポジウム
第5回 国際ラウンドテーブル会議「都市の世紀を拓く」
第3回 国際都市創造性学会 (Association for Urban Creativity, AUC)

特設サイト: auc3rd.com


協賛: UNESCO、Elsevier、大阪ガス

参加:無料 ※7月24日(木)については別途昼食代要


※7月24日(木)のみ下記WEBよりお申込ください。 定員に達しましたので受付を締切りました。

大阪市立大学 都市研究プラザ
〒558-8585 大阪市住吉区杉本3-3-138
TEL:06-6605-2071 FAX:06-6605-2069

チラシ: 20140722-24.pdf



9:15 ~ 9:30 開会挨拶

9:30 ~ 10:30 基調講演「ノーベル賞と自然の驚異」

10:45 ~ 12:50「世界遺産とクリエイティブシティネットワーク」

12:50 ~ 13:50 昼食

13:50 ~ 14:30 基調講演「八尾の自然と文化の創造性」
田中誠太 (八尾市長)

14:30 ~ 15:50「自然と都市:文化の創造性と都市間連携」
塚腰 実(大阪市立自然史博物館、主任学芸員):「メタセコイアと大阪」
藤田 忍 (大阪市立大学生活科学研究科教授):「長屋とコミュニティ再生」

16:00 ~ 17:30「都市と科学:ガリレオ・ゲーテ・木村蒹葭堂と科学コミュニケーション」

17:30 ~ 17:40 閉会挨拶

18:00 ~ 19:30 懇親会


(2)国際都市創造性学会AUC(Association for Urban Creativity)

9:15 ~ 9:30 Opening and Welcome 
アンディ・プラット (ロンドン市立大学教授・AUC組織副会長)

9:30 ~ 10:30 Opening plenary speech

10:30 ~ 11:00 休憩

11:00 ~ 12:30 Plenary Session: 「創造性とサステナビリティ」

13:00 ~ 14:00 昼食

14:00 ~ 15:30 Parallel Paper Session  
Session  A: 
   シキダ アサミ(北海道大学)
   マエダ アツコ(同志社大学)

Session  B: 
司会:岡野 浩(大阪市立大学教授)

Session  C:  
   ナカタニ タケオ

15:30 ~ 15:50 休憩

15:50 ~ 17:20 Parallel Paper Session

Session  D: 
   ウチダ ナオミ(埼玉大学)

Session  E: 
   ワタナベ カオル(熊本大学)

Session  F: 
司会:中川 眞(大阪市立大学教授)
   アカガワ ナツコ(西オーストラリア大学)

17:45 ~ 18:30 Concluding remarks/Next  AUC conference in NY
佐々木 雅幸(同志社大学教授)

18:30 ~ 19:30 AUC  Reception



大阪市立自然史博物館 塚腰 実 主任学芸員より展示説明を受けながら視察
大阪市立自然史博物館 参加者によるワークショップ 

11:15~11:45  鶴見緑地へ移動
11:45~13:00  昼食後、花博協会関係者と意見交換(咲くやこの花館で講演会)

13:00~13:40  大阪市立大学理学部付属植物園へ移動

14:00~15:00 大阪市立大学理学部・植松千代美講師、厚井聡講師による植物園および研究の紹介
15:00~17:00 大阪市立大学理学部 飯野盛利 園長をコーディネーターとしてワークショップ

2014年03月11日 URP特別研究員(若手)研究発表会(合評会)

都市研究プラザ・URP特別研究員(若手) 研究発表会(合評会)
■ 2013年度 第2回 プログラム ■

日時: 2014年3月11日(火) 10:30〜15:15
場所: 高原記念館・研究棟1階・交流スペース

■3月11日(火) 16人 
10:30~12:15 セッション1: 7人×15分(発表5分、質疑10分)=105分 司会: 川井田 祥子 特任講師
13:00~15:15 セッション2: 9人×15分(発表5分、質疑10分)=135分 司会: 櫻田 和也 特任講師

セッション 時間 Unit 報告者 報告タイトル
11(火) 1-1 10:30-10:45 2 中村 光江 廻り神楽の調査状況と今後の課題について
1-2 10:45-11:00 2 岡戸 香里 伝統芸能の新たな存在意義: コミュニティへの社会包摂的な応用と災害後の役割の研究
1-3 11:00-11:15 1 中谷 惣 中世イタリア都市における共通善
1-4 11:15-11:30 3 Geerhardt KORNATOWSKI アジア都市国家のインナーシティにおける社会空間的セーフティネットの試みとその評価: シンガポールの事例
1-5 11:30-11:45 3 川本 綾 連帯と共生に向けた包摂的移民政策と市民権に関する研究: 日本と韓国の旧移民を中心に
1-6 11:45-12:00 3 Johannes Kiener インナーシティにおける歴史的建造物の再利用とジェントリフィケーション: 大阪市中崎界隈を事例に
1-7 12:00-12:15 3 菅野 拓 東日本大震災における被災者支援団体の支援資金とその投入先
お昼休み 12:15-13:00
2-1 13:00-13:15 永井 泉 志賀志那人の芸術教育論と大阪市北市民館における実践
2-2 13:15-13:30 1 山田 信博 公営住宅の福祉的利活用に関する研究
2-3 13:30-13:45 2 DANNie De FAZIO White Shadows: Kyoto's Hanamachi Bijin Manufacture & The Portrayal of Female Characters
2-4 13:45-14:00 2 信藤 博之 アーツマネジメントを通したコミュニティ賦活を考える: タイ首都圏・南部を事例とした社会的包摂の検討
2-5 14:00-14:15 2 全 ウンフィ 韓国のブロガー運動における「我々」: 00年代後半のウトロ支援活動を事例に
2-6 14:15-14:30 3 ソン ミギョン 在日社会と祭り: 大阪生野民族文化祭を中心に
2-7 14:30-14:45 1 齊藤 紘子 近世和泉における「困窮人」と村落社会
2-8 14:45-15:00 1 島崎 未央 大坂における出油屋仲間の構造
2-9 15:00-15:15 3 安田 恵美 入口支援の現状と課題

2014年03月24日 URP INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM: "On Urban Change, Gentrification and Neighborhood Regeneration in Osaka"

Inviting Doreen Massey (Emeritus Professor, The Open University, UK), this colloquium offers a discussion on diverse forms of gentrification and focuses on the particular case of Osaka. This discussion originates from our interest in adopting western theoretical paradigms to examine local urban changes in Japanese cities on the one hand, and in interpreting particular (empirical) urban changes to readdress the general concept of gentrification on the other. Instead of exclusively focusing on common patterns of gentrification, we bring into dialogue other forms of urban restructuring in downtown and inner-city areas. As such, we try to juxtapose the negative effects of gentrification against the pressing issues of local regeneration and urban decline. The ultimate aim of this research project is to develop a more holistic concept to open up possibilities for engaging with alternative forms of urban revitalization. This time, we focus on the cases of Nishinari, Horie and Nakazaki-cho.


*** Date and Time:

24 March, 2014 (Mon), 12:00-16:00

*** Venue:

Takahara Memorial Hall, Osaka City University

*** Program:

Welcome Speech (12:30-12:40)

          by Director or Vice Director of URP

 Presentations (12:40-14:20  25min. each) 

      (Moderator: Masato Mori - Mie University)

    1. Toshio Mizuuchi (URP/OCU), "Landscapes of Urban Restructuring in Japan, Inclusive Urban Regeneration (Machizukuri) or Exclusive Gentrification?"

    2. Johannes Kiener (URP/OCU), "The Becoming of the 'Retro Town Nakazaki-cho': How Cultural Consumption Changes Osaka's Inner City"

    3. Meric Kirmizi (Osaka University), "The Process of Urban Change in Osaka City after the Collapse of the Economic Bubble: The Case of NW Horie"

    4. Geerhardt Kornatowski (URP/OCU), "On the Line between Gentrification and Social Mixing: Unique Changes in NW Nishinari's Housing Market"


 Coffee Break (14:20-14:50)


 Comments by Prof. Massey and Open Discussion (14:50-16:20)


 Excursion, Banquet (TBA)