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Conference and Reception: Association for Asian Studies Conference 2014 / Philadelphia, PA

03/27/2014 - 03/30/2014

The Japan Foundation will host/sponsor the following three events at this year's AAS Conference:

- Roundtable discussion "The Future of Japanese Studies in the US-Challenges and Opportunities" (Fri, Mar 28)
- The Japan Foundation Reception (Fri, Mar 28)
- Grants Guidance Session in Japanese Studies, etc. (Sat, Mar 29)

Performance: Japanese Arts in Latin America Program: Ryu Goto / La Paz & Cochabamba, Bolivia

03/26/2014 - 03/29/2014

World renowned violinist Ryu Goto will visit the city of La Paz to perform Tchaikovsky's Concerto for Violin in D Major, Op.35 with the National Symphony Orchestra of Bolivia. He will also conduct master classes at Man Cesped Music Academy in Cochabamba as well as perform Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the students at the Academy.

This event is co-organized with the Embassy of Japan in Bolivia.

(c) Universal Music

Exhibition: Takashi Horisaki and Nina Horisaki-Christens: Metabolic Morphology at Recess / New York, NY

03/25/2014 - 05/16/2014

Takashi Horisaki and Nina Horisaki-Christens will be working on Metabolic Morphology as part of Recess’s signature program, Session. Inspired by Soho’s signature architectural form - the cast iron building - the main component of the exhibition will take the form of a semi-modular installation of cast colored latex and vacuum-formed plastic elements that will be rearranged and expanded upon over the course of the project.
This project is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts and Culture.

Photo by Takashi Horisaki

Lecture: Humanitarian Responses to Crisis, Year of Japan Conference / Kennesaw, GA

03/21/2014

This conference is the highlight of KSU's Year of Japan project, supported through the Institutional Project Support (IPS) Small Grant Program.

Lecture: Kotaro Iizawa Discusses "TOHOKU¡İThrough the Eyes of Japanese Photographers" / Troy, AL

03/19/2014

Photography critic and historian of photography Mr. Kotaro Iizawa will discuss his selection of works for the concurrent traveling exhibition "TOHOKU" on loan from The Japan Foundation, which he curated.

This event is co-organized with the Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta.

Lecture: Trans-Pacific Racisms Redux: Views from 2014 / Los Angeles, CA

03/15/2014

A lecture by Prof. Yukiko Koshiro, Professor of International Relations at Nihon University (Japan).

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

Lecture: Japanese American Imprisonment and Resettlement: The Power of Our Stories / Los Angeles, CA

03/13/2014

A CJRC Japanese American Religion and Society Project, Sawyer Seminar Special Presentation with authors Brian Komei Dempster and Gene Oishi.

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

Lecture: The Japanese Miracle Revisited: Inside the Organizational Culture of Toyota, Honda and Nissan / Kennesaw, GA

03/13/2014

A Business Panel organized by Darina Lepadatu, Associate Professor of Sociology, KSU.

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

Exhibition: Design and Disaster: Kon Wajiro's Modernologio at Parson's The New School for Design / New York, NY

03/13/2014 - 03/27/2014

This exhibition explores Kon Wajiro's (1888-1973) visual observations of material practices in Tokyo after the devastating 1923 Earthquake, particularly drawing from his work Modernologio (kogengaku) and from his surveys of "barracks" (makeshift structures for earthquake recovery), by emphasizing Kon's urban ethnography, as well as its significance as a design-based methodology of recording material change in post-disaster conditions. The exhibition also looks at Kon's methodology as an educational resource, presenting student work produced in classes at Parsons and Aoyama Gakuin University. This exhibition is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts and Culture.

Image: Kon Wajiro, Index of the Report of Ginza Fashion Survey, Modernologio, 1925

Film: A Tribute to Donald Richie (1924-2013), Part 2: RICHIE'S ELECTRIC EIGHT: THE BOLD & THE DARING / New York, NY

03/13/2014 - 03/29/2014

Donald Richie (April 17, 1924 - February 19, 2013), was instrumental in introducing Japanese arts and culture to the world. To honor his life and works, the Japan Foundation and Japan Society are pleased to co-present a film series A Tribute to Donald Richie at the Japan Society. The second series will feature works of Shusuke Kaneko, Yoshitaro Nomura, Kazuhiro Soda, Kohei Oguri, Shohei Imamura, Makoto Shinozaki, Kazuo Hara, and Nagisa Oshima.

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