Un año más, la Asociación Japonesa Aiko, en colaboración con Kutxa Kultur, llevará a cabo las segundas jornadas japonesas, en las que a lo largo de todo el día, se desarrollarán diferentes actividades.
Exercises for all five fingers
Gymnopédies brings together guests from various professional fields to enquire into everything which, in our time, is hidden beneath categories such as production, work and creativity. These notions—omnipresent in the most diverse speeches and businesses in the modern world—manage to go unnoticed because they are right before our eyes, just like Edgar Allan Poe's famous purloined letter.
The project is based on conversations, concerts and presentations about various initiatives and journeys. Using these, we will try to better understand how musicians, IT professionals, sportspeople, choreographers, surgeons and other professionals coordinate their resources to meet their goal of performing a task well.
HorKonpon is an open workshop that centres on the repair and reuse of tools that we use in everyday life.
The 0-6 Space is the result of a participative design and construction process. It is a space for children aged 0-6 and their families to be together, play and carry out a variety of activities. It is a mobile space that can be activated in different locations in Tabakalera.
Live art. Tuesday 10:30 - 13:30. Friday & Saturday 10:30 – 13:00
Work session researching the creative use of technology in cinema.
Workshop for 5-10 year olds with adults
We offer a workshop for children and adults one Saturday a month, so they can come together to Tabakalera and have a good time.
Dead Plants and Living objects
Rie Nakajima and Pierre Berthet introduce an installation (13:00 -19:00) and a concert (19:00) named: Dead Plants and Living Objects.