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2015 Joint UK-Japan Workshop on Physics and Applications of Superconductivity (JWPAS 2015)

Posted on 14 May 2015

A joint UK-Japan workshop on the physics and applications of superconductivity was held between 12-15 April 2015 in the picturesque and historic King’s College, Cambridge, UK. The workshop was organised on behalf of the Institute of Physics (IOP) Superconductivity Group, and was funded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, King’s College, and the IOP, as well as sponsorship from Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics and SuperPower. The team from IOP Conferences also provided significant assistance in organising and running the event.

2015 Joint UK-Japan Workshop on Physics and Applications of Superconductivity (JWPAS 2015)

'Ninagawa at 80 Season' from next week at the Barbican

Posted on 14 May 2015

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to be supporting the Ninagawa Company at the Barbican in Yukio Ninagawa’s 80th year. Ninagawa is Japan’s most internationally-celebrated theatre director, and tickets for his visually stunning productions are always in tremendous demand. London audiences have vivid memories of his Cymbeline at the Barbican in 2012. This year, he returns again to Hamlet, a play that clearly has a special significance for him; this is the seventh different production of it he has directed over his long career.

'Ninagawa at 80 Season' from next week at the Barbican

Changing Japanese attitudes to shunga

Posted on 13 May 2015

This is a translation of Ayako Kurosawa’s piece for Sankei News, 9 May 2015. The original article in Japanese can be found here.

Why is it not possible to hold exhibitions of shunga in Japan – their country of origin – despite a series of exhibitions in Europe and the US, and ongoing research into the impact of shunga on Western art?

Changing Japanese attitudes to shunga

Fundraising Concert for Keys of Change and the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta on 1 June 2015

Posted on 12 May 2015

Can music change the world? The UK charity Keys of Change believes it can - it has seen the results in their projects to bring the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta to London last year, in  providing music lessons to deprived children in India and Ecuador, and in playing to young people in remote communities around the world. This year  Keys of Change

Fundraising Concert for Keys of Change and the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta on 1 June 2015

Collaborative workshop to further Ocean Sunfish research - supported by a Daiwa Foundation Small Grant.

Posted on 23 February 2015

In the September 2014 funding round, a Daiwa Foundation Small Grant was awarded to 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.

Collaborative workshop to further Ocean Sunfish research - supported by a Daiwa Foundation Small Grant.

'Fog invites people' - Fujiko Nakaya, 'Fog Bridge' artist, was in conversation at Tate Modern on 17 February 2015

Posted on 18 February 2015

Over a career spanning 40 years, Fujiko Nakaya has pioneered the use of water vapour as a sculptural media. Nakaya has fabulous English, so it was not surprising to hear that she had gone to school in Chicago. Later on she returned to New York to study. In her entertaining talk at Tate Modern yesterday, 17 February 2015, she gave an overview of her work and also engaged in a question and answer session. She is effortlessly charming and humorous.

'Fog invites people' - Fujiko Nakaya, 'Fog Bridge' artist, was in conversation at Tate Modern on 17 February 2015

Fujiko Nakaya at Tate Modern on Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Posted on 6 February 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.

Fujiko Nakaya at Tate Modern on Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Fog Bridge by Fujiko Nakaya in Bristol, 13 to 22 February 2014

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?

Fog Bridge by Fujiko Nakaya in Bristol, 13 to 22 February 2014

Daiwa Foundation supports the Barbican’s ‘Ninagawa at 80 season’ - and a study of the ocean sunfish

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.

Daiwa Foundation supports the Barbican’s ‘Ninagawa at 80 season’ - and a study of 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.

'Greetings From a Place in My Heart', an exhibition by Yoshitomo Nara at the Dairy Art Centre, 3 October to 7 December 2014
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