5-8 March 2008, Tokio, Japan. Registration deadline: 15 February 2008
TPAM - Tokyo Performing Arts Market - is a market of performing arts such as theater, dance and music. First organized in 1995, it will be celebrating its twelfth meeting this time and drawing more and more attention of performing arts industries across the world.
“Presenters” who connect artists to audience such as those who are in charge of theaters and public halls, directors of festivals, producers, promoters, agents and company managers gather from Japan and the world.
“Booth Presentation”, which allows you to meet many people in a short time, is an opportunity to appeal your work and exchange information using documents and videos. Exhibitors are limited to 50 groups so that sellers and buyers can intensively communicate.
In “Visual Presentation,” artists and companies introduce their concrete projects for realization of them using a large screen. A variety of productions of around 10 groups from each of the fields of theatre, dance, and music are shown efficiently.
We will introduce performances that will be being presented in Tokyo and special performances in studios during the session of TPAM as “TPAM Showcase”. Participation in TPAM is not limited to the events in TPAM venue.
From issues about domestic systems related to performing arts to introducing activities of international performing arts markets and festivals, we plan practical seminars and lectures to consider the current situation of performing arts every year.
For Booth Exhibitors registration fee is 60,000 JPY (Deadline: January 11, 2008, Deadline for optional equipments application: February 8, 2008). Optional equipments application: www.tpam.or.jp/english/img/optional.doc.
For Visual Presentation registration fee is 35,000 JPY (Deadline: January 11, 2008)
For Visitors registration fee is 8,000 JPY (Early Bird - Before January 21, 2008), 10,000 JPY (Normal - Deadline: February 15)
TPAM offers on-line registration via its Web site.
Secretariat of Tokyo Performing Arts Market
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