Mini-Don. Grand-Don. 4

MINI DON-GRAND DON Volume 4: MATSURI (Festival)

One year from the earthquake. ‘Mini Don Grand Don’, a group of creators from all over the world presenting under the theme of ‘Things across in your mind’, holds the fourth event under the theme of ‘MATSURI-festival-‘ in Marais district, Paris.

 
DATE: from Friday 9th March to Sunday 11th March 2012
TIME:
9th March 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
10th March 10:30 am to 11:00 pm
11th March 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
PLACE: Galerie Marais Ouest 12
ADRESSE: 12, rue de Montmorency, 75003, Paris France

 
Total amount of proceeds through this event will be sent to SCHOP-DAN, a NPO providing help to the victims in the damaged area hit by Tsunami with removing debris, and to ‘Home for everyone’ project supported by JAPONAIDE.


OPENING EVENT
EXHIBITION OF ILLUSTRATION & ELECTRIC MUSIC NIGHT

Friday 9th March from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm

6:00 pm
-OPENING PARTY

Thomas Bouveret
Izumi idoia
Antoine Bertrand
Ai Akiyama
etc..

From 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
– Electric Music Night 5 €

Xtronik (Live)
GNG (Live)
DJ Frank Bimbo Tower (DJ)
Marius (DJ)

 


MINI DON MATSURI (Festival)

Saturday 10th March from 10:30 am to 11:00 pm

10:30 am
Japanese Brunch

11:30 am & 2:00 pm
Kamishibai spectacle(for kids) with saxophone 3 €/ 5 €

4:00 pm
Rakugo theater with Shamisen in French with Cie Balabolka 3 €/ 5 €

All day :
EXHIBITION OF ILLUSTRATION
Japanese food stand (takoyaki, choco banana, minidon, yakisoba, etc)
Japanese book stand
Japanese candy store (dagashi)
Local products market from Tohoku

from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Electric Music Night 5 €
Cloudberry (Live)
HYPO & EDH (Live)
Kumisolo (DJ Karaoké) + Shun from Danger Money (DJ)

 


PRAYER DAY & CANDLE NIGHT

Sunday 11 March from 3:00pm to 6:00pm

3:00 pm
Recitation for children by Eriko NAKAMURA (sur réservation : http://www.chocolatmag.com/)

4:00 pm
Snack and Drink Bar

6:00 pm
Candle night, a walk in Paris, holding candles to commemorate the tragedy

All day:
EXHIBITION OF ILLUSTRATION
Japanese food stand (takoyaki, choco banana, minidon, yakisoba, etc)
Japanese book stand
Japanese candy store (dagashi)
Local products market from Tohoku

 

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