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Free Workshop on Japanese Language and Culture (Dec 8, NYC)

12/08/2011

 

Design Saves Lives at Museum of Art and Design and Steelcase Penthouse, New York

12/07/2011

“Design Saves Lives” will be showcased via a series of synergized events to raise funds for Japan's recovery effort focusing on helping artists and designers struggling to recover their creative environments and revive traditional craft making.

JAILA (Japanese Arts in Latin America): Hogaku concert with Koto, Shamisen and Shakuhachi / Brazil (Brasilia and Recife)

11/21/2011 - 11/27/2011

Koto and Shamisen player Masayo Ishigure, Mitsuki Dazai and Shakuhachi player Marco Lienhard will be touring Brasilia and Recife for a series of performances.

Exhibition: Storytelling in Japanese Art / New York, NY

11/19/2011 - 05/06/2012

Featuring more than sixty works of art in a range of mediums and formats, this exhibition invites you to explore myriad subjects that have preoccupied the Japanese imagination for centuries—Buddhist and Shinto miracle tales; the romantic adventures of legendary heroes and their feats at times of war; animals and fantastical creatures that cavort within the human realm; and the ghoulish antics of ghosts and monsters.
This exhibition is supported by The Japan Foundation through its Exhibition Abroad Support Program.

Exhibition: Universe Is Flux: The Art of Tawara Yusaku / Indianapolis, IN

11/11/2011 - 04/01/2012

The Indianapolis Museum of Art will present the first large-scale exhibition of works by Tawara Yūsaku, a contemporary Japanese artist known for his highly energetic brushstroke. Universe Is Flux: The Art of Tawara Yūsaku will feature works inspired by Tawara’s belief that the universe is unstable and constantly changing. Executed primarily in ink on paper, his works use the cumulative effect of many brushstrokes to create powerful and expressive works, apparent in even his smallest 3 in. x 5 in. paintings. Although Tawara eschewed representational art, many of his paintings recall traditional ink landscapes or other forms in nature.
This exhibition is supported by The Japan Foundation, New York through its JFNY Grant for Arts & Culture.

US-Japan Relations Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake

11/04/2011

Please join us for a luncheon presentation featuring Professor Fumiaki Kubo, University of Tokyo. Obviously deepened by Operation Tomodachi, Professor Kubo will review the current state of the US-Japan relations and explore concrete measures to strengthen the relations including security cooperation and cultural and intellectual exchange.

Daido Moriyama Printing Show - TKY

11/04/2011 - 11/12/2011

PRINTING SHOW is a recreation of the renowned photographer Daido Moriyama's 1974 performance of the same name. Following the format of the original performance as closely as possible, in lieu of prints mounted on the gallery walls, visitors to the gallery will find the photographer stationed at a photocopy machine duplicating his photographic prints. As was done forty years ago, these photocopied sheets will be assembled and staple-bound with a silk-screened cover printed in the gallery space during the performance.

Calligraphy Demonstration by Zen Master Shodo Harada at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

10/25/2011

Learn about the art of calligraphy from Zen master Shodo Harada Roshi. Using brush and ink, the traditional tools of calligraphy, Harada Roshi will demonstrate Zen sayings and explain their meanings. Observe the elegant dance of the brush and its indelible meanings in ink.

Exhibition: Prospect.2 New Orleans / New Orleans, LA

10/22/2011 - 01/29/2012

Artist Tsuyoshi Ozawa is one of the artists exhibiting at this leading biennial of contemporary art in the United States.
This event is supported by The Japan Foundation through its Exhibition Abroad Support Program.

ˇČInfinity ~An Evening of Japanese Classical Music~" / Jamaica, Bolivia, Peru

10/22/2011 - 11/04/2011

Yamada School Koto, Shamisen player and singer Ms. Yoko Reikano Kimura, and Koto and Shamisen player and contemporary jazz vocalist Ms. Sumie Kaneko will visit Jamaica, Bolivia and Peru to give various performances and workshops.

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