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NPO Dance Archive Network SAIKO KINO Lecture - Performance Dance Becoming Physical Education? Vol.2: Dance as Nation – founding Calisthenics

Period

2018/5/12 (Sat)

Venue

Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery’s conference room

Ticket Fee

Free seating (General): ¥ 2000
all seats (students): 1000 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content At the recent Dance Becoming Physical Education? (2016), using the example of Kazuo Ohno, himself a PE teacher and internationally renowned dancer, I outlined the current situation where dance education is treated as part of physical education more than as an artistic subject. I will now attempt to clearly underline differences between dance and gymnastics by examining the history of gymnastics in Japan since the Meiji era (1868-1912). In 2018, Japan will mark the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration.
As of 1924, the Meiji Jingu Gymnastics Tournament was held in the vicinity of the Seitoku Kinen Kaigakan. In 1940, “the phantom Tokyo Olympic Games” was called off due to the Pacific War, spawning numerous sports facilities on the site. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will mark the centennial anniversary of the official dedication of the Meiji Shrine. Through use of archival still and moving images, the lecture and performance will help us reflect on the significance of this site for the Olympics.

NATION-FOUNDING CALISTHENICS :
On 11 February 1937, a public display of so-called Kenkokutaiso (Calisthenics to mark the founding of the Nation) was organized by the Japanese National Physical Health Association at Tokyo’s Shiba Koen Park. Some 10,000 people attended the 6th Japanese Gymnastics tournament held at the Kashihara Jingu in Nara and 1,100 people at the Meiji Jingu Stadium on 12 May, 1940 to celebrate 2600 years of emperorship.

* Please assemble in front of the pool at the entrance of the Gallery 10 minutes prior to starting time.
Performances Homepage http://www.dance-archive.net/
Appearance Directed and performed by Saiko Kino
Staff Technical direction : Atsushi Saegusa
Production management : Toshio Mizohata

Presented by NPO Dance Archive Network
Co-produced by Canta Co.Ltd and Kinoko no Kikaku
Cooperated by Art Center in Faculty of Regional Science of Tottori University
Schedule <Date>
2018/5/12 (Sat)


<Schedule>
5/12 (Saturday) 11:00 / 14:30.
Ticket Fee Free seating (General): ¥ 2000
all seats (students): 1000 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery’s conference room
Remarks This lecture-performence will be done in Japanese. If you need English subtitles, please let us know: info@dance-archive.net
Organizations Overview Taking note of dance's constant evolution, Dance Archive Network will create an archive-base with the objective of establishing new values to ultimately transmit them to future generations.

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