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 Daichi

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