SATURDAY28 OCTOBER 20176:30 PM ORIZURU TOWER730-0051 Hiroshima PrefectureHiroshima, Naka Ward, Otemachi,1-2-1 Hiroshima, JapanTop Floors

SATURDAY28 OCTOBER 20176:30 PM

Disruptor Awards Hiroshima celebrates breakthroughs occurring at the intersection of technology and culture that create unforeseen solutions for some of our world’s most vexing problems.

RECIPIENTS

Dr. William J. Perry, Former US Secretary of Defense
Tomoko Watanabe, ANT Hiroshima and Green Legacy Project
Koko Kondo, Survivor and Peace Activist
Seitaro Kuroda, Artist
Motoharu Sano, Musician
Akira Fujimoto, Artist and Social Entrepreneur, Rebirth Project
Erika Abiko, Hiroshima Peace Memorial

27–29 OCTOBER 2017

Zero Project will celebrate Hiroshima as a city of hope and social innovation with roundtable discussions for business leaders, politicians, leading organizers, prodigy youth and community members to discuss the environment, community, human rights and innovation.

FRIDAY27 OCTOBER 29 20177–9 PM Komachi Art PlaceHiroshima-shi, Naka-ku, Komachi, 2-37

Miraiju (Future Trees) ExhibitionResilience Artworks byAkira Fuijmoto & Cannon Hersey

SUNDAY29 OCTOBER 201710:30 AM – 1 PMMyoukeiin TempleHiroshima-shi, Naka-ku, Komachi, 2-1

Roundtable Conversations onenvironment, community, human rights, innovation Dr. William PerryKoko KondoTomoko WatanabeStephen HamKyosuke InoueReverend Gashin KayoRabbi Irwin KulaPradeep SharmaCraig Hatkoff
CREATIVE WORKSHOPS LED BYPeter BillAkira FujimotoCannon HerseyTaku NishimaeHiroki OkanoMotoharu SanoToshiaki Takata

SUNDAY29 OCTOBER 29 20178:30–10 PM Fukuromachi Elementary School6-36 Fukuromachi, Naka Ward, Hiroshima

Seitaro KurodaLive Drawing Session

Drawing with elementary school students, participants and observers of Zero Project.

SUNDAY29 OCTOBER 29 20177 PM Shinsui TerraceMotoyasu River near Gembaku Dome

ZERO PROJECT LIVE Music byHiroki OkanoGomessSaho Terao Art byAkira FujimotoCannon HerseySeitaro Kuroda Media byPeter BillKen HaramaKazunori KurimotoTaku NishimaeZama PhakathaiTodd Sines

A closing celebration with live music performances produced by the One Dream Project. Guests will enjoy cocktails, food, and outdoor projections on the riverbank in the Peace Park of Hiroshima.

SCHEDULE

Friday, 27 October 2017
Satoumi (traditional fisheries)
Hinase, the Oyster Heaven, Okayama Prefecture, Japan
10 AM–5 PM

Miraiju (Future Trees): Resilience Exhibition
Komachi Art Place
6–9 PM

Saturday, 28 October 2017
Disruptor Hiroshima Awards
Orizuru Tower, Top Floors
6:30 PM Gathering, 7:00 PM Awards begin

Sunday, 29 October, 2017
Zero Project
Drawing Session with Seitaro Kuroda
Fukuromachi Elementary School
8:30–10 AM

Roundtable Conversations
Myoukeiin Temple, 2nd Floor
10:30–2 PM

Creative workshops
Myoukeiin Temple, 2nd Floor
2–6 PM 

Zero Project Concert
Shinsui Terrace on Motoyasu River
7–9 PM 

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

SPONSORED BY

GERALD & JANET CARRUS FOUNDATION

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL FOUNDATION

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