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Carl Randall exhibiting at Christie's New York, 23 January to 7 February 2016

Posted on 20 January 2016

Carl Randall (Daiwa Scholar 2003) is taking part in an exhibition at Christie’s New York, 23 January to 7 February 2016. Recent large Japan-based ink paintings of his will be exhibited and auctioned at Drawings from the Royal Drawing School – a group exhibition at Christie’s, running alongside Master Drawings Week New York 2016 and a Christie’s Old Master Drawings sale. His work will be exhibited alongside renowned artists such as President of the Royal Academy Christopher Le Brun, and Royal Academician Humphrey Ocean.

Carl Randall exhibiting at Christie's New York, 23 January to 7 February 2016

Carl Randall's D-Day veteran portrait will be on display in Edinburgh from 15 January to 28 March 2016

Posted on 13 January 2016

Daiwa Scholarship alumnus, Carl Randall’s D-Day veteran portrait painting, commissioned by HRH Prince of Wales for The Royal Collection, will be on exhibition at Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, January 15th to March 28th.

Carl Randall's D-Day veteran portrait will be on display in Edinburgh from 15 January to 28 March 2016

Former Daiwa Scholar publishes award-winning memoir

Posted on 10 November 2015

Former Daiwa Scholar (2012-2013) Eluned Gramich’s memoir of her homestay on the Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Woman Who Brings the Rain has been published as an ebook after being awarded the WWF Cymru Prize for Writing on Nature and the Environment in February

Former Daiwa Scholar publishes award-winning memoir

Japan Research Network Edinburgh - bringing together those working on any area of Japan

Posted on 19 September 2015

Together with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh, former Daiwa Scholar Dr Chris Harding is setting up a ‘Japan Research Network Edinburgh’. The Network’s aim is to bring together scholars working on any area of Japan – staff, researchers, and graduate students alike – via a website (JRNE.org ) where they can search for one another via name, institution, and research interests. They will also hold seminars in Edinburgh a few times per year. Their first will be given by Angus Lockyer, on 12th March 2015. Though they are particularly keen to get colleagues in Scotland and the north of England talking to and meeting one another, they would very much like to extend the invitation to scholars across the UK.

Japan Research Network Edinburgh - bringing together those working on any area of Japan

Daiwa Scholarship presentations at universities around the UK

Posted on 18 September 2015

Representatives of the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and members of the Daiwa Scholars Alumni Association will be giving hour-long presentations about the Daiwa Scholarships at universities around the country during Autumn 2015:  http://www.dajf.org.uk/scholarships/general-information#universityvisits.

Daiwa Scholarship presentations at universities around the UK

Carl Randall's work on display at ArtInternational Istanbul, 4-7 September 2015

Posted on 3 September 2015

Daiwa Scholarship alumnus, Carl Randall’s ‘Hibakusha Triptych’ (a series of a three paintings of  survivors of the Atomic Bomb Hiroshima) and a series of his Japanese ink drawings, are being exhibited at ARTINTERNATIONAL Istanbul 2015, September 4th – 7th. The works are being shown through his gallery Berloni London, which hosted his solo exhibition ‘Shōzō’ in 2014. Drawing on its

Carl Randall's work on display at ArtInternational Istanbul, 4-7 September 2015

Pureism Supperclub Review

Posted on 17 August 2015

Thanks to Pureism Shojin Ryori supperclub, I got the unique chance to sample beautifully presented Buddhist inspired cuisine whilst enjoying traditional Japanese music in a cosy North London venue.

Pureism Supperclub Review

Former Daiwa Scholar Natasha Pulley, interviewed about her debut novel on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Posted on 29 June 2015

You can listen to 2013 Daiwa Scholar Natasha Pulley talking with Jeremy Sallis on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire about her debut novel, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street.

Former Daiwa Scholar Natasha Pulley, interviewed about her debut novel on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Daiwa Scholar Natasha Pulley's first novel published!

Posted on 19 June 2015

Natasha Pulley is one of the six 2013 Daiwa Scholars. She finished the Scholarship at the end of March 2015. Natasha read English at the University of Oxford and in 2012 she completed an MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. She has a long-standing interest in Japan and in Japanese literature, and has recently completed her first novel, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street. It will be published on 2 July 2015.

Daiwa Scholar Natasha Pulley's first novel published!

Carl Randall portrait on display at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace from 6 to 17 June 2015

Posted on 5 June 2015

Former Daiwa Scholar, Carl Randall was recently commissioned to paint a World War Two D-Day Veteran for The Royal Collection (commissioned by HRH Prince of Wales, organised by The Royal Drawing School).

Carl Randall portrait on display at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace from 6 to 17 June 2015
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