There are numerous cultural heritages and tourism resources along the edges of the Nagoya Plateau and Atsuta Plateau. From Nagoya Castle, going through Nayabashi to Miya no Watashi, and then to Port of Nagoya, the flow of the Horikawa River is a “stream” connecting these heritages in a line. streaming heritage uses contemporary art to highlight this flow, streaming Nagoya’s historical and cultural heritage in real-time.
This event is intended to show the world the charms of Nagoya’s unique cultural arts, creating an interaction between history and the present through installations by well-known domestic and international artists, symposiums featuring experts and creators, and performances using cutting-edge technology, and so lead to a revitalization of social and economic activity.




Illustration: Clemens Metzler

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    [PERFORMANCE] Hiei Kazumasa + Takeichi Manabu / [SYMPOSIUM] Igarashi Taro × Ichihara Etsuko

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    [EXHIBITION] Sawa Hiraki

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    [MARCHE] Nayabashi Yoichi

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    [EXHIBITION] Sato Miyo (Music: BONZIE)

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    [EXHIBITION] Ito Yuichi

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    [MARCHE] Miya-no-Hama Ichi (Atsuta Miyashukukai)

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    [EXHIBITION] Hirakawa Youki

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    [EXHIBITION] Barrack (Kondo Kanako, Furuhata Taiki) + Ano Daici

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    [ARTIST TALK] Sawa Hiraki x Akiba Fuminori / [TALK] Looking at Nagoya from Horikawa River: Streaming Future from the Past