Mayumi Talks at 98B
Mayumi Hirano, a curator and program coordinator of the Koganecho Area Management Center in
Yokohama, Japan, will be having a talk at 98B in Cubao, Quezon City on March 17, at 7pm.
She is currently the chief curator for the Koganecho Bazaar, yearly public art festival in Yokohama, since
2008. Her curatorial practice facilitates and observes the contact between art and local communities. She
has curated public art projects with emerging artists from Japan and Asian countries and has also been
designing an international artist-in-residence program that promotes information exchange and awareness
for artists and public. Mayumi also co-runs 98B.
Friends are encouraged to bring food to share. Beer will be served.
Capacity: 30 people
Mark 09393744889 | Pau 09178348082
Mayumi Hirano is a curator and program coordinator of the Koganecho Area Management Center since 2009. After completing her graduate studies at Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, she has worked as a curatorial intern at New Museum, NY, curatorial staff at the Yokohama Triennale 2005, and researcher for Asia Art Archive. She is currently working on to develop an artist-in-residence program in 98B