Tokyo | Future Questions, Art & Science at the LODGE run by Yahoo! JAPAN

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The Artian is happy to be back in Tokyo with another event of our ART X TECH X ENTREPRENEURSHIP series. This time we will host Toshiki Miyauchi from Yahoo! Japan.

Miyauchi leads many cross-organizational projects in Yahoo! such as media art manager, disaster prevention, GovTech, and Social Design.

He is the Future Questions magazine editor-in-chief, a magazine that explores future concepts and how we can get there. A few years back, he co-organized the Art & Science team inside Yahoo! that explores the connections between art and technological developments.

In this conversation, Toshiki will share some of the projects the Art & Science team has been working on; what are some learning from working between art and science; how it might influence technology, users or the company and more.

The event will take place at Yahoo! JAPAN new space The LODGE. Please enter through the gate on the 2nd floor, then take the elevator to the 18th floor and come to the reception desk.

The conversation will take place in Japanese and require registration.

Schedule:

18:30 – Opening doors

19:00 – Introduction, Nir Hindi, The Artian Founder (English)

19:15 – Conversation, Toshiki Miyauchi and Masaaki Hasegawa (Japanese)

20:00 – Q&A

20:20 – Networking

About The Speakers:

Toshiki Miyauchi – 1967 born. Through a magazine editor, I joined in 2006 Yahoo Japan Corporation. After a planning charge of Yahoo! Kids and Yahoo! Volunteer, responsible for the whole overall social contribution service in 2012. Vice President of Osaka Development Department from 2014. In 2015, serving as Lifeline unit manager, oversees weather, route disaster prevention services. In charge of several cross-organizational projects such as FQ magazine editor-in-chief, media art manager, disaster prevention, GovTech , and Social Design.And also working as a multi-tasker, music writer, Tokyo area manager at Filament Inc., and visiting professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design.

Masaaki Hasegawa – Artist, author, and concept creator, serving as an ambassador of Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy. Design Evangelist at Erretres Strategic Design Company and fellow researcher at Keio University Graduate School of Media Design. Masaaki has developed the project “Connect People Thru Art Beyond Borders,” a social mission-driven project, and has made the biggest calligraphy artwork in Europe (1926 sq meters) on the rooftop of Zapadores Museum. He has authored 4 books on creativity in 3 languages giving talks and workshops around the world. Thinking Heads has chosen him as one of Top 100 Speakers Spain. Also, Masaaki has experience as a professional MMA fighter and investment strategist.