Cinématic Café in Musashino

We’re presenting time for talk and discussion taking film, anime, literature, manga, architecture, urbanism and art. Changing the subject every time, any media relating to City of Musashino are also introduced. in Sometime we’ll try to work on creative expression, study session not just only discussion the relaxed mood that it is everyone can access. No special knowledge and experience are necessary. People who wants to have broad eyes, who is interested in the subject a bit even though you’re from different background including anyone just want to know or listen are all welcomed as a guest. Feeling new discovery, pleasure of expression and sharing knowledge and sense, we hope you to enjoy Cinématic Café.

Date & time:
2019
18 February Subject: Shall we talk about light? (for film, art and architecture)
8 April Subject: Shall we talk about Shadows? (on film, art and architecture)
10 June Subject: Silence (on film, art and architecture)
15 July Subject: Memory (on film, art and architecture)
12 August Subject: Memory Vol.2 (on film, art and architecture in terms of time, space and landscape)
23 September Subject: The Representation of Torres Blancas de Madrid
(Invited guest, Spanish photographer Ms. Ana Amado will represent the masterpiece building also featured in film ‘The Limits of Control’ with her images.)
28 October Subject: Seeing the Moon (on film, art and architecture)
18 November Subject: Window (on film, art and architecture)
* The following Sessions will take place almost every other month
*Voluntary staff will be welcomed. You can get a closer look at CAT’s approach from the beginning. Please contact us by email.

Venue:
Musashino Place 3rd floor Space A (2-3-18 Kyonan-cho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo)
Space D on 23 September

Fee:
500 yen (incl. brief paper)

How to apply:
Please email us with your name, contacts and name of your school or profession otherwise please come in with no reservation.However, please take a reservation in advance only in 23 September session.

Presented by:
Cinématic Architecture Tokyo