Tomie Mitsuhashi - The Spirit of Nature: Images from Japan - exhibition in Cambridge, 3-10 July 2013
Posted on 17 May 2013, under Art & Exhibitions
The Japanese artist Tomie Mitsuhashi will be exhibiting her paintings at The Kaetsu Educational & Cultural Centre, Cambridge from 3 – 10 July 2013 (10.00 – 17.00).
Posted on 15 May 2013, under Other News
The Japan Society is the leading independent body in the United Kingdom dedicated to the enhancement of the British-Japanese relationship in all its facets. It is a membership organization and UK charity with a strong educational remit. Its core programmes include approximately 80 academic, business and cultural events each year, support for schools teaching about Japan, provision of small grants, publication of periodicals and books, and maintenance of a small historic library.
Posted on 14 May 2013, under Uncategorized
Noh Training Project UK is a unique three-week workshop offering intensive, performance-based training in the dance, chant, music and performance history of Japanese classical Noh drama.
Daily workshops will take place on Reading University’s very own Noh stage, situated in a brand new theatre, film and television building.
Posted on 13 May 2013, under Other News
New Boundaries in Modern Japanese Art History: Extending Geographical, Temporal and Generic Paradigms. From 19 to 20 June 2013 at SOAS, University of London (Russell Sq campus). SOAS will hold an international symposium on Japanese Modern Art and its History, with the aim of giving insights into the changing boundaries and concepts of Japanese and wider East
Posted on 9 May 2013, under Art & Exhibitions
Born in Japan in 1975, Naoko Miyazaki moved to the UK in 1999, to pursue her dream of becoming an artist. She studied at the Chelsea University of Arts, and stayed in London where she energetically continued producing and exhibiting work. On 28 April 2011 Naoko Miyazaki, aged just 35, was involved in a tragic
Posted on 8 May 2013, under Art & Exhibitions
Yukako Shibata has long explored the myriad possibilities of capturing fleeting colours through painting which takes sculptural form, and in Colour Shadow at the Lightgallery, London, (2-20 July 2013) shows recent, glorious pieces on this theme.
Posted on 8 May 2013, under Other News
A vacancy has arisen for a Japanese Language Assistant at Whitgift School, an independent day school for boys aged 10 – 18, situated in South Croydon, London. The School was founded in 1596 by John Whitgift, Elizabeth I’s last Archbishop of Canterbury, and opened in 1600, making it Croydon’s oldest school; the present Headmaster, Dr
Join us in celebrating the arrival, 400 years ago to the day, of the first British ship to Japan with an evening of music and words drawn from the traditions of the two countries. The Daiwa Foundation’s own Director General, Jason James will take to the stage to sing, amongst an incredibly varied and distinguished
Posted on 1 May 2013, under Art & Exhibitions
There will be Butoh performances and workshops at Chisenhale Dance Space and London Buddhist Arts Centre, 30 May to 2 June 2013, and intensive workshops and a seminar in Tokyo, 16 July to 4 August 2013.