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Lecture: Phallicism and Fertility in Contemporary Japan: Ancient Traditions or Urban Myths? / Los Angeles, CA

02/18/2014

A lecture by Dr. Stephen Turnbull, University of Leeds.

Part of the CJRC Lecture Series at University of Southern California, supported by the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Grant Program.

Exhibition: Remaking Tradition: Modern Art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum at the Cleveland Museum of Art / Cleveland, OH

02/16/2014 - 05/11/2014

Featuring over 50 masterpieces of modern Japanese art from the Tokyo National Museum, the exhibition reflect a confluence of influences drawn from the Japanese traditional style of painting in concert with the emerging crafts tradition and Western styles of oil painting and sculpture.

This exhibition is supported by the Exhibitions Abroad Support Program.

Image: Maiko Girl, 1930. Tsuchida Bakuse (Japanese, 1887-1936). Panel painting, color on paper; 184 × 97 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-12289 )

Lecture: Zen, Shinto and the Great Earth: Japanese Values and Environmental Consciousness / Kennesaw, GA

02/13/2014

This talk will be given by Jason Wirth, Professor of Philosophy, Seattle University.

This event, part of Kennesaw State University's Year of Japan lecture series, is supported through the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Small Grant Program.

Performance: Noh Workshops and Performance/Lectures by David Crandall (Theatre Nohgaku) and Jubilith Moore (Theatre of Yugen) / Tucson & Tempe, AZ

02/13/2014 - 02/17/2014

University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
Feb. 13, Workshop, Eller Dance Hall, Studio 4 (limited to 30 participants; need reservation by Feb. 12)

Feb. 14, Performance, Holsclaw Hall

Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)

Feb. 16, Workshop, FAC 122 (Nelson Fine Arts Center) (limited to 30 participants; need reservation by Feb. 15)

Feb. 17, Lecture and Demonstration, Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

These events will be held by Arizona State University under the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Grant Program.

Lecture: Hanamori Yasuji and the Politics of Everyday Life in Postwar Democracy / Los Angeles, CA

02/11/2014

Workshop with Professor Hirotaka Kasai, Tsuda University.

This event will be held by University of California, Los Angeles under the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Grant Program.

Lecture: A Comparison of Sacred and Secular in Northern Europe and Japan- Roundtable / Miami, FL

02/11/2014

This roundtable discussion will be presented by Jeffrey Cox of the University of Iowa and Steven Heine of Florida International University.

This event will be held by Florida International University under the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Grant Program.

Performance: Japanese Arts in Latin America (JAILA) Program: Duo YUMENO concert ~Melodies Across the Sea~ / Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

02/10/2014 - 02/11/2014

New York based musicians Yoko Reikano Kimura (koto, shamisen, vocals) and Hikaru Tamaki (cello) will be performing in Trinidad and Tobago to offer a unique fusion of sound that explores both traditional Japanese and Western classical music. They will also be conducting a workshop to music students.
This program is co-organized with the Embassy of Japan in Trinidad and Tobago.
Photo: John Broughton

Lecture: Chinese Zen Meditation: Koan Contemplation versus Silent Sitting / Miami, FL

02/07/2014

This talk will be given by Morten Schlutter of the University of Iowa.

This event is will be held by Florida International University under the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Grant Program.

Exhibition: Japan and the Jazz Age at the Columbia Museum of Art / Columbia, SC

02/07/2014 - 04/20/2014

This exhibition features a dynamic range of material, enticing visitors to discover this rich period in world history and visual culture. The show recreates the energy and excitement of the Art Deco age in Japan between the two world wars - from the 1920s to 1940s.

This exhibition is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts and Culture.

Image: Kobayashi Kiyoshi, Dancer (Or Curved Line of Instant), detail, 1932

Lecture: Uncovering Kabuki: Innovation, Intrigue, and Scandal / Kennesaw, GA

02/06/2014

This talk will be given by Julie A. Iezzi, Professor of Asian Theatre, University of Hawai'i at Manoa.

This event, part of Kennesaw State University's Year of Japan lecture series, is supported through the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Small Grant Program.

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