ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards: Hiroshima

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Disruptor Awards: Hiroshima

November 21, 2017

Anita's Way
137 West 42nd Street
(the through-block connecting 42nd and 43rd streets,
between Broadway and 6th Ave)
New York, NY

Nearest Trains: 1, 2, 3, S, 7, B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W

Video Projection: Tuesday, November 21, 4 - 7pm
Announcement of the Event, Video Contents and Artists at 6pm

1Future, Hiroshima International Cultural Foundation, Gerald & Janet Carrus Foundation, and the Center For Learning & Leadership present: ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards Hiroshima.

ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards Hiroshima is a celebration of Hiroshima as a city of hope and social innovation. In October 2017, 1Future and Disruptor Awards curated panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions and concerts that addressed contemporary social issues. The Video Presentation held at Anita's Way summarizes the events of ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards Hiroshima, and shares the experience and the contents with a new audience outside of the event.

During ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards Hiroshima, Craig Hatkoff, Irwin Kula, Pradeep Sharma, Cannon Hersey, Akira Fujimoto, Seitaro Kuroda, Motoharu Sano, Hiroki Okano, William Perry, Tomoko Watanabe, Koko Kondo, Gashin Kayo, Kyosuke Inoue, Erika Abiko, Gomess, Saho Terao, Masahiro Nohjima, Toshiaki Takata, Peter Bill, and Todd Sines, along with other artists, academics, musicians and filmmakers, dialogued with prodigy youth about Human Rights, Environment, Community and Innovation, and created collaborative works of art, music photography and film. 

ZERO Project / Disruptor Awards Hiroshima was made possible with the partnership with the City of Hiroshima, City of Nagasaki, Board of Education of Hiroshima, Chugoku Shimbun Newspaper, Myoukei-in Temple, ANT Hiroshima, Anabuki Design School, JAGDA Hiroshima, Social Producer, and the William J. Perry Project.

For further information, please contact Taku at ZERO Project can be followed on Facebook.

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