The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo launches “Let’s Talk Art! Online”, a conversation program in English, from February 2022

TOKYO, February 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (MOMAT) in Japan launched “Let’s Talk Art! Online”, an online conversation program in English, on February 2, 2022. Applications are accepted through Viator.

Unlike guided tours where people only listen to the explanations of works of art, “Let’s talk about art! is an experiential program in which participants interact with each other under the guidance of a facilitator, deepening their understanding of Japanese artwork and culture. MOMAT conducted this program for museum visitors, but now that it is difficult to get to Japanthe museum has launched a new online version of the program so people can register from anywhere in the world.

The MOMAT has an important collection devoted to Japanese art from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. In this program, participants spend 60 minutes appreciating three carefully selected works from the museum’s collection around a single theme (the full program lasts 80 minutes).

The program is recommended not only for art lovers, but also for those who wish to deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and those interested in cross-cultural exchange.


“Virtual LTA! — Light”

Participant comments

“I loved it so much! My way of looking at art has changed. I can’t wait to go to the museum.”

“I really appreciated the opportunity to hear the views of other people from all over the world on different works of art. I appreciated it very much. Thank you!”

To present

Date and hour : 10.30am-11.50am Wednesday or Saturday (JST/GMT+9:00)
Venue: The program will take place online using Zoom.
French language
For: 12 years and over
Capacity: up to 6 participants per session. *Mandatory reservation.
Costs: JPY1,000

About the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (MOMAT) is from Japan first national art museum. It is located opposite the Imperial Palace. The museum houses one of from Japan the greatest art collections, including countless masterpieces, dating from the early 20th century to the present day, by Japanese and foreign artists.

SOURCE The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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