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HIDDEN BEAUTY 〜隠れた美〜

1014() 13時17時
Saturday, October 14, 1
pm – 5 pm
       プレゼンテーション、ミュージック、ギャラリー、スモール・グループなど!
       Speaker presentations, music performances, gallery exhibits, small group discussions, and more!

    ギャラリー 12時 – 18時
       ドレスデザイン、絵、写真、コースターなど、たくさんのアート作品の展示
    Gallery 12 pm – 6 pm
       Fashion design, paintings, photography, coasters, as well as books and CDs for sale

    子供プログラム、ナーサリー 12時半 – 17時
    Children’s Program and Nursery 12:30 pm – 5 pm


プログラム/PROGRAM

12:00-13:00 受付 / 展示閲覧 Registration / Gallery Viewing
13:00-14:30 第一部 Plenary Session 1
     HIDDEN BEAUTY 〜隠れた美〜
          …in song(歌に)
          …in love(愛に)
          …in fashion(ファッションに)
          …in silence(沈黙に)
          …in sumie(墨絵に)
14:30-15:00 休息 / 展示閲覧 Break / Gallery Viewing
15:00-15:50 第二部 Plenary Session 2
     HIDDEN BEAUTY 〜隠れた美〜
          ...in candy(工芸菓子に)
          ...in suffering(苦しみに)
          ...in persecution(迫害に)
          ...in koto(箏に)
15:50-16:50 小グループ Discussion Groups
16:50-17:00 閉会の挨拶 Closing
17:00-18:00 展示閲覧 Gallery Viewing

 

料金  2,500円 高校生以上、大人(3,000円 without advance registration)
       Adults / Over 15
    1,500円 小学・中学性(科学技術館に行きます。入場料を含む。)
        *小・中学生で、科学技術館に行かない場合はプログラムはありません。
       Children 6 - 14(Admission fee for museum included)
        *Please note there is no program for children 6-14 who are not going to the museum.
    無料  幼稚園児と乳幼児
       Children 0 - 5 free

 

場所  浜離宮朝日ホール(小ホール)www.asahi-hall.jp/hamarikyu/
      中央区築地5−3− 朝日新聞東京本社 新館(江戸線「築地市場」A2出口より散歩1分)
    Hamarikyu Asahi Small Hall, 5-3-2 Tsukiji, Chuo Ku, Tokyo(1 minute from Tsukijishijo Station Exit 2 on the Oedo Line)

 

問合せ info@communityarts.jp (吉田隼人 Hayato Yoshida 080-4423-9919)

           

主催  グレースシティーチャーチ東京 www.gracecitychurch.jp
    コミュニティーアーツ東京 www.communityarts.jp
    Sponsored by Grace City Church Tokyo & Community Arts Tokyo

 

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出演者
天海和彦、ダイアナ・チェン、シェイラ・クリフ、ショーン・デイビス、グレース・シティ・ゴスペル・クワイヤー、アヤ・エスター・ハヤシ、ロジャー・ラウザー、早矢仕宗伯、早香尾島、ティファニー・オーヤン、小澤千絵子、鮫島圭代、鈴木アイリ、山上桂、タリタ・ガルシア・吉田

Performers
Kazuhiko Amagai, Diana Chen, Sheila Cliffe, Sean Davis, Grace City Gospel Choir, Aya Esther Hayashi, Hirotaka George Hayashi, Roger Lowther, Hayaka Ojima, Tiffany Ouyang, Chieko Ozawa, Tamayo Samejima, Airi Suzuki, Kei Yamagami, Talita Garcia Yoshida


HIDDEN BEAUTY IN SILENCE (Roger Lowther)

In music, silence communicates as powerfully as notes played. In painting, emptiness communicates as powerfully as strokes on the page. In ikebana, space between elements communicates as powerfully as the flowers and twigs. Japanese traditional arts are full of beauty hidden in the empty and silent. Hidden beauty in silence speaks of hidden beauty in the gospel. How else can we call a man dying on a tree, bearing the full weight of the silence of God as beautiful?

HIDDEN BEAUTY IN CANDY (Kazuko Miura)

Sugar and coloring alone are used in the creation of unique Japanese candies made by the Tokyo shop ZOTO. The name ZOTO (象東), which means “In the East, to give shape to things hidden and unseen,” comes from the verb 象る (かたどる). An alternate kanji spelling 形取る, literally means “to take shape.” What concepts and emotions take shape in these little candies, and what do they teach us about ourselves and the world we live in?

HIDDEN BEAUTY IN SUFFERING (Hirotaka Hayashi)

Our world is full of pain and suffering, and yet, there is a kind of unexpected “hidden” beauty that can only be born out of suffering.

HIDDEN BEAUTY IN SONG (Yuko Akaha)

Why is black gospel so popular in Japan? Is this Western expression of freedom and joy in the gospel the whole story? Or, could it be that gospel music contains hidden layers of beauty and meaning, which naturally speak to people in modern Japanese society?

HIDDEN BEAUTY IN KOTO (Chieko Ozawa)

The music of the koto expresses grace amidst harsh realities in this world. Sadness and heaviness in the koto reveal a redemptive path of healing, which can only come through suffering and loss.

HIDDEN BEAUTY IN PERSECUTION (Airi Suzuki)

In Shusaku Endo’s book “Silence,” a Christian is tied to a stake in the ocean to die slowly through exhaustion and drowning. Is God silent or is he with us? In the end, hidden beauty rests in the truth that Christ took our place in sin and death.