We bring you weekly radio programs from the Meeting Point. In “Community Radio,” Kyoto Experiment staff member Hiroshi Watanabe introduces everything from behind-the-scenes insights on each production to the latest updates on events. In “Future Dictionary,” Shanghai-based curator, artist, and dramaturg Ophelia Jiadai Huang explores topics in languages other than English, the lingua franca of the art world. Listen in as we discuss various artistic concepts and local art practices.
DJ Hiroshi Watanabe (Kyoto Experiment)
Featuring: Ophelia Jiadai Huang (Curator, Dramaturg, Artist [Shanghai])
10.5 (Thu), 12 (Thu), 19(Thu) 12:30-13:30
10.4 (Wed) 19:00-19:30
10.16 (Mon) 19:00-19:30
Free to listen
Ophelia Jiadai Huang
Ophelia Jiadai Huang is a curator, dramaturg and artist from Shanghai. She currently works in Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre as Director of International Projects and is Program Director for ACT Shanghai International Theatre Festival. Prior to her current role, she managed artist residencies and projects for British Council and Arts Council England, curated Forest Fringe Festival in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou (2015) and was the dramaturg of New Writing in China Project by Royal Court Theatre (2015-2017). Ophelia also has an independent practice as a writer, director, and as dramaturg working with other artists. Her own and collaborative works have been presented in venues and festivals internationally.
Future Dictionary is a project initiated by Ophelia Jiadai Huang in collaboration with Kyoto Experiment.