There were many global events in 2019. We asked the local people how they were doing and how was the Toyota city.

In 2023, a new museum is scheduled to be built in Toyota City, and Professor Hiroshi Kurosawa of Nanzan University, who chairs the committee to formulate the basic plan for the new museum, spoke to us about what kind of museum it will be.

On November 22, 2019, [What Aichi Triennale left in town: the present of Chojamachi, Okazaki, and Toyohashi, and the future of Toyota] was held at Toyota Industrial Culture Center! Choja-machi, Okazaki City, and Toyohashi City were formerly venues for the Aichi Triennale in the town. We invited people working on art projects in various regions to discuss the future of each Aichi Triennale and their relationship with local people, and considered the future of Toyota.

Hello, this is TAP MAGAZINE editors.

TAPMAGAZINE will stop publishing paper media for this issue.
Because this project was planned for the Aichi triennale.

Don't worry.It is not discontinued because it is not popular.

On the other hand,We will continue to use the web in the future.

Thank you for your reading. Seeyou.

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Toyota Citizen Art Project Promotion Council 

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Tel:0565-34-6631 Email:info@toyotaartprogram.jp