Visiting Workshop in Yokohama|(re)DISCOVER YOKOHAMA SEASON2

What do you see in Yokohama? It is a trial to rediscover the image of city of Yokohama and time that is becoming invisible recently, by re-editing and re-constructing sub-cultural media such as film, literature, music, anime and manga, crossing space and time. Students, business-person, people who is interested in those media or Yokohama are all welcomed to join. The workshop is aiming at representation of Yokohama enjoying the process with our unique and art-based method, bringing your favorite works on Yokohama in your mind. Any creative skills and experiences are not necessary. Why don’t we share each one’s image on City of Yokohama to find out the things forgotten and the future together?
*This workshop was originally one of the events of the Urban Planning Conference in Yokohama City University 2017 and it has been reprogrammed as a series of workshops throughout the year of 2018 like a spin-off event.

Date & time:
14 January 14:00-16:00 Introduction 1 VenueA
(The introduction of works made in Yokohama ”The Tsurumi river and the Ooka River” )
18 February 14:00-16:00 Introduction 2 VenueA
(The introduction of works made in Yokohama ”The rich things and the poor things in Yokohama” )
18 March 14:00-16:00 Introduction 3 VenueB
(The introduction of works made in Yokohama ”The sounds and music seen, heard and written in Yokohama ” )
22 April 14:00-16:00 Session 1 VenueB
(“Making Yokohama Map” and others)
27 May 12:30-14:30 Session 2 VenueC
(“Making Yokohama Map” and others)
17 June 13:00-17:00 Session 3 VenueA (B-YOKOHAMA mini tour / “Making Yokohama Map” and others)
The tour is guided by an urban-planner Mr. Yoshinori Date. The place to meet up for the tour will be informed by email.
22 June 14:00-16:00 Session 4 VenueB
5 August 14:00-16:00 Session 5 VenueC
9 September 12:30-14:30 Session 6 VenueC
28 October 14:00-16:00 Session 7 VenueD
25 November 14:00-16:00 Session 8 VenueA
9 December 14:00-16:00 Session 9 VenueA
7 * The following Sessions will take place once a month by December 2018.
* You can attend all or each (one day) session.
* You can come in the Main sessions in any time without attending the introduction.
* Voluntary stuff is now wanted. (You can have a closer look at CAT’s unique approach from the beginning to the end of the project.) Please contact us by email for the details.

A. Nakamura District Centre of Yokohama City
4-270 Nakamura-cho, Minami-ku, Yokohama 232-0033 Japan (access)
B. Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall
1-6 Hon-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi 231-0005 Japan (access)
C. Noge District Centre of Yokohama City
3-160-4, Noge-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi 231-0064 Japan (access)
D. Okurayama Memorial Hall
2-10-1 Okurayama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi 222-0037 Japan (access)

1,000 yen (Employed), 500 yen (Student, Unemployed)
Free (the introduction sessions)

How to apply:
Please email us with your name, contacts and name of your school or profession.
* If you are interested in researching the area on your own please let us know as you contact we’ll send you the information.

Supported by:
Yokohama Arts Foundation

Helped by:
The Japan Society of Urban and Regional Planners

Examples of the reference:

Strobe Edge (2015), The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994), Yokohama BJ Blues (1981), High and Low (1963), Japanese Girls at the Harbor (1933)
Hamatora (Yokohama Troubleshooter) (2016), Kokuriko Zaka kara (From Up On Poppy Hill) (2011), Higashi no Eden (Eden of The East) (2009)
Yokohama Station Fable (2016), Hanozono no Meikyu (Labyrinth Romanesque ) (1986), Gogo no Eiko (The Sailor Who Fell from Grace With the Sea Author) (1963)
Bungo Stray Dogs (2012), Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō(Yokohama Shopping Trip) (1994)

* You can take the material even if there is only one part of Yokohama as it’s very impressive for you.