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Today is the Day Benefit- with Cibo Matto!

Save the date and get your tickets for the Today is the Day Foundation benefit at the beautiful ballroom at The Jane Hotel (I love that place). The party includes an auction of artworks, and a performance by Miho Hatori of Cibo Matto (I also love that band!)






Thursday, November 20th

Jane Hotel Ballroom

113 Jane St, NYC

6pm – 9:30pm

 Hosted by: Mai Ueda 

Special Video Appearance by: Benicio del Toro

Performance by: New Optimism with Miho Hatori from Cibo Matto

Speech by: Joseph Mizzi and Noritoshi Hirakawa

Tea Ceremony by: Urasenke Chanoyu Society of New York

Live Auction by:  Brook Hazelton

Online Auction by: Paddle8 

Music Performance by: Sahba Sizdahkani

Catering by: Serge Becker

Cocktails by: Emilie Baltz

To purchase tickets, please visit:

Online Auction by Paddle8 (Nov 6-20):

About TODAY IS THE DAY Foundation

TODAY IS THE DAY is a visionary foundation with bases in Hiroshima, Singapore and New York.  Its goal will be to reveal consciousness as the starting point of every person’s awareness.  Through its year-round activities using the forms of art, music, dance, performance, lecture, video, film and exhibitions, the foundation will pursue its purpose: to inspire an art of free will and autonomy.  TODAY IS THE DAY is a registered non-profit organization in New York, Singapore and Hiroshima, Japan.

TITD Foundation Members

Marina Abramović | Lawrence Weiner | Luc Tuymans | Yoshitomo Nara | Benicio Del Toro | Chris Dercon | David Elliott | William Forsythe | Christopher Williams | Ann Goldstein | Noritoshi Hirakawa | Joan Jonas | Arto Lindsay | Tsuyoshi Ozawa | David A. Ross | Carolee Schneemann | Adelina von Furstenberg | Apichatpong Weerasethakul | Kazuki Chiga | among others

About Noritoshi Hirakawa

Noritoshi Hirawaka, an originator of TODAY IS THE DAY foundation, is a Japanese contemporary artist, filmmaker and film producer originally studied Applied Sociology. Hirakawa works in a variety of media including photography, performance and installation.  He was born in Fukuoka, Japan and now lives and works in New York.  He believes that human activity forms the culture in which we live today and by using art, proposes to push the boundaries of perception in order to further culture as such. Noritoshi Hirakawa has exhibited his work in a variety of galleries, including Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Museum für Modern Kunst in Frankfurt, Pompidou Centre in Paris, MoMa PS1 in New York City and multiple galleries in New York, Europe and Asia.

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