News category: Grants
Posted on 15 January 2015
Fog Bridge by Fujiko Nakaya, part of: IBT15 Bristol International Festival. Watch Pero’s Bridge disappear behind a veil of fog… The world is getting warmer – but how will this change our weather? And how might a changing climate disrupt our lives?
Posted on 6 January 2015
The artist, Fujiko Nakaya will be giving a talk at Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium . Tuesday 17 February 2015, 18.30 – 20.00 (£8, concessions available). This event coincides with Fujiko Nakaya’s Fog Bridge installation presented by In Between Time running from 13 to 23 February 2015 in Bristol.
Posted on 8 December 2014
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation has published details of grants awarded to support UK-Japan projects in its latest funding round (September 2014 round). The Barbican’s ‘Ninagawa at 80 season’ will comprise two new stage adaptations to mark theatre director Yukio Ninagawa’s 80th year: Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore and Shakespeare’s Hamlet, playing from 21-30 May 2015. Another project supported is research by academics from Queen’s University Belfast collaborating with the National Institute of Polar Research in Tokyo, to unravel the ecology of an understudied, globally distributed predator, the ocean sunfish.
'Greetings From a Place in My Heart', an exhibition by Yoshitomo Nara at the Dairy Art Centre, 3 October to 7 December 2014
Posted on 2 December 2014
Looking forward to Greetings From a Place in My Heart, an exhibition by Yoshitomo Nara at the Dairy Art Centre in London from 3 October to 7 December 2014.
Posted on 21 November 2014
We are grateful to the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation for award of the Daiwa Adrian Prize 2013. This Prize was awarded to teams led by Dr Antony Dodd at the University of Bristol and Dr Mitsumasa Hanaoka at Chiba University, and is supporting on-going and new collaborations between biological sciences research laboratories in the UK and Japan.
Posted on 18 November 2014
In May 2014 the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation awarded a Daiwa Foundation Award to Dr Mayumi Hayashi of the Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine at King’s College London to support her collaborative research into dementia care. She has been collaborating with KCL’s Institute of Gerontology and Psychiatry, and the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.You can read a newspaper article which she wrote on dementia care in Japan via the red button below:
Posted on 13 November 2014
The three shortlisted artists for the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2015 are Mikhail Karikis, Oliver Beer and Julie Brook. In June 2015 the shortlisted artists will exhibit at the Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery, London. The winning artist, who will be announced during the exhibition’s opening night, will then exhibit at the Aoyama | Meguro Gallery, Tokyo in autumn 2015. For further details please refer click here. The press release can be viewed here:Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2015 - Press Release, shortlist announced, PDF
Digital Art Collaboration between the University of the West of Scotland and Tokyo Metropolitan University in November 2014
Posted on 12 November 2014
The School of Media, Culture and Society at the University of the West of Scotland has been collaborating with Tokyo Metropolitan University’s IDEEA Lab since 2012. Together with the University of the West of Scotland’s Creative Futures Institute, the aim is to establish a programme of knowledge exchange between the UK and Japan in the field of interactive and multimodal art practice. The project is led by Professor Katarzyna Kosmala of the University of the West of Scotland.
Posted on 30 October 2014
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present a solo exhibition devoted to the work of Japanese artist Shinro Ohtake, from 12 October to 12 December 2014.
Posted on 24 October 2014
Former Daiwa Foundation Award recipient, Professor Dan Fern is holding an exhibition at The Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London until 31 October 2014. The show, entitled Katsura, displays images largely inspired by the Katsura Imperial Villa in Kyoto, Japan.