TPAM Exchange is a program for helping you broaden network by introducing your activities, works and projects to TPAM participants.

  • Venue: BankART Studio NYK 2F
  • Dates: Feb 14 (Thu) 18:30–20:30 | 15 (Fri) – 17 (Sun) 10:30–13:30
  • Registration fee: ¥50,000 (¥40,000 until January 11)
  • Payment methods: Credit card (PayPal) / Bank transfer
  • Three TPAM Passes included (valid for the whole period, five additional Passes available for half price)
  • Registration guideline (PDF 432KB)
  • Registration deadline: January 18, 2013
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  • TPAM Exchange helps you,
    “Connect” with new people,
    “Share” information and ideas with the participants and
    “Disseminate” your activities and works.

    We invite three types of participation for networking, and facilitate information dissemination and meetings to enhance the possibility of encounters.

    Also, we invite Masashi Nomura, a director of TPAM Direction in 2011 and 2012, as facilitator and have him elicit potential needs and help your networking.

    A stand as your base

    Face-to-face meetings

    Video presentation

    Masashi Nomura
    Born in 1978 in Nagano. After working with a theatre company and at a public hall, he has belonged to Komaba Agora Theater and Seinendan since 2007 while playing diverse roles in young artists’ works. Among the works he has dramaturged and produced are Our Planet by mamagoto (2009 and 2011), The Treasured Son by Sample (2010 and 2012), Hemispherical Red and Black by Okazaki Art Theatre (2011), The return of the 14-year-olds that restrained themselves (2009), Time by Shuta Hasunuma and Ryota Yamada (TPAM in Yokohama 2012) and Fanfare co-produced by Setagaya Public Theatre, Mie Center for the Arts, The Museum of Art, Kochi and Art Tower Mito (2012). He has also managed “Annual Lecture Series for Artistic Directors and Producers” organized by The Saison Foundation and Komaba Agora Theatre (2010) and is one of the proposers of Performing Arts Presenters’ Network Meeting (tentative title), as well as a part-time lecturer at J. F. Oberlin University and a member of the management committee of Asahi Art Square. One of the directors of TPAM Direction in 2011 and 2012.