Transfield from Asia

Talks

Featuring special invited speakers from Southeast Asia, these talks share the present state of the transfield arts and culture scenes locally and across the region.

“Transfield” According to Critics

Name “Transfield” According to Critics
Date

11/2 (Sat) 18:00–20:00 (TBC)
Box office and doors open 30 minutes before.

Venue Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre (Symphony Space)
Language Japanese with consecutive English interpretation (TBC)
Tickets ¥500 (priority to reservations)
Reservations open September 1st


Asian Arts Media Roundtable

The Asian Arts Media Roundtable is an international meeting of arts editors, publishers, reviewers, journalists, critics, bloggers, podcasters, videocasters, and arts-makers from Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Asia- Pacific. Launched by the Southeast Asian arts and culture site Arts Equator (www.ArtsEquator.com), the inaugural event was held in Singapore in May 2019.


Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre (Symphony Space)

  • 1-8-1 Nishi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
  • 2 minutes’ walk from West Exit of Ikebukuro Station on JR Line and other lines. (Direct connection to the theatre from Exit 2b.)

The Brunei Art Scene

Name The Brunei Art Scene
Date

11/3 (Sun) 18:00–20:00 (TBC)
Box office and doors open 30 minutes before.

Venue GLOCAL CAFE Ikebukuro
Language Japanese with consecutive English interpretation (TBC)
Tickets ¥1,000 (priority to reservations, includes one drink)
Reservations open September 1st


Guest

Lisa Ahmad

Lisa Ahmad graduated from Chelsea College of Arts. She founded Kaleidoscope Studio with the aim of developing the arts in Brunei, supporting a wide range of visual, performance, and literary artists. She has also recently organized exhibitions, music events, and other projects with a focus on social and environmental issues.



GLOCAL CAFE Ikebukuro

  • 1F Sunshine City Alpha, 3-1-1 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
  • 3 minutes’ walk from Higashi-ikebukuro Station on Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
  • 8 minutes’ walk from East Exit of Ikebukuro Station on JR Line and other lines.

The Future of “Transfield” as Seen from Southeast Asia

Name The Future of “Transfield” as Seen from Southeast Asia
Date

11/9 (Sat) 18:00–20:00 (TBC)
Box office and doors open 30 minutes before.

Venue GLOCAL CAFE Ikebukuro
Language Japanese with consecutive English interpretation (TBC)
Tickets ¥1,000 (priority to reservations, includes one drink)
Reservations open September 1st


Guest

Sasapin Siriwanij

Sasapin Siriwanij is an actor, director, and producer who started working in the theatre while studying at Chulalongkorn University. As a core member of B-Floor Theatre, she is active widely at home and abroad. She has worked as a director since 2013. Her recent output includes “OH! ODE” (2017), for which the Theater Critics Association Thailand awarded her the Best Performance by a Female Artist. She has helped organize numerous international projects and is currently artistic director of Bangkok International Performing Arts Meeting.

GLOCAL CAFE Ikebukuro

  • 1F Sunshine City Alpha, 3-1-1 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
  • 3 minutes’ walk from Higashi-ikebukuro Station on Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
  • 8 minutes’ walk from East Exit of Ikebukuro Station on JR Line and other lines.