ON-PAM Asia Meeting


Date : 18 Oct 2019

Time : 16.30 - 17.00


Where : BACC, Library Floor

Duration : 30min


An introduction to ON-PAM (Open Network for Performing Arts Management) Asia Meeting.


The ON-PAM network was established in February 2013 to look 10-20 yeas ahead into the future, with a consideration of the current situation in surrounding society and the performing arts, as well as what had taken place in the preceding decades. By building a national and international network and effectively maintaining it with individuals who work closely with society as presenters, producers or managers of performing arts to connect artists/artistic groups and the audience, we try to define and raise recognition of the social role of contemporary performing arts and to advocate on cultural policies, aiming to contribute to the benefit of performing arts and society as a whole. In order to accomplish such an aim, we have created a membership network that is an “open network” and, unlike an association or a project consortium, it connects all members horizontally.



About the speaker


Yukio Nitta

is an Independent Producer and TPAM Exchange Coordinator. Born in Tokyo Japan, Yukio graduated with an MA in Graduate Institute of Arts Administration and Management, from Taipei National University of the Arts. He is an independent producer with extensive experience in international collaborations. He has ventured into contemporary theatre, Taiwanese Opera, contemporary dance, tech art, street dance and pop music. In the past few years, he has worked with performance groups including Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre, YiLab, Shakespeare’s Wild Sisters Group and Huang Yi Studio+; and festivals including Kuandu Arts Festival, Taipei Arts Festival, Taipei Fringe Festival and TPAM – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama. 



Venue Information


Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)

Opposite MBK and Siam Discovery, Rama I Rd.


Nearest station:

BTS National Stadium, Exit 3



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