Symposium: Japan Seen Through Overseas Sex Education - Connecting the Formation of Sexual Awareness with Social Structures
This year's festival features a lineup of performing arts from around the world and focuses on the keyword "female". Ahead of the festival, a symposium about sex education will reflect on various problems related to gender in our society today.
The symposium will consider women from the perspective of sex education, which is intimately tied to the problem of gender in artistic expression. In creative fields, we are always asked to interpret and understand things through international frames of reference. Japanese sex education, however, is often criticized as underdeveloped. The symposium will illuminate the social structures that lie behind this situation through a lecture on the establishment and aims of sex education in Japan and globally as well as exploring the broader contexts of sex education from multiple approaches.
Sakura Furukubo（Gender Researcher, Osaka City University）
Patou Musumari（Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University）
Sohei Yamada（Sociologist, Kyoto City University）
Yusuke Hashimoto（Kyoto Experiment）
Katsura Kunieda（Rohm Theatre Kyoto / Curator）
Kyoto Experiment: Kyoto International Performing Arts Festival October 6th – 28th, 2018
Presented by Kyoto International Performing Arts Festival Executive Committee
[Kyoto City, ROHM Theatre Kyoto (Kyoto City Music Art Cultural Promoting Foundation), Kyoto Art Center (Kyoto Arts and Culture Foundation), Kyoto Performing Arts Center at Kyoto University of Art and Design]
In cooperation with Wacoal Study Hall Kyoto
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