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  Japan 2019

March - December 2019


 
 
  
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2018 年7月~2019年2月のフランスにおける「ジャポニスム2018」に続き、日本文化を海外に向けて発信する取組みとして、米国において「Japan 2019」を実施します。 ニューヨーク・ワシントンを中心に国際交流基金が主催・共催、または協力する「Japan 2019公式企画」と、その他官民が実施する日本文化紹介事業、日米交流事業「Japan 2019参加企画」により、米国において、日本の文化に関する理解・関心の裾野が広がるよう推進します。
 
Japan 2019, following on the successful Japonismes 2018 in France, aims to broaden understanding of and interest in Japanese culture in the United States through two programs: the Japan 2019 Official Program featuring a series of events co-organized or supported by the Japan Foundation, mainly in New York and Washington, D.C., and the Japan 2019 Associated Program, featuring affiliated events organized by public and private entities to introduce Japanese culture and promote exchange between Japan and the U.S.
日本語 www.jpf.go.jp/
English www.jpf.go.jp/
公式企画 Official Program
宮城聰演出 アンティゴネ Satoshi Miyagi’s Antigone
September 25 - October 6
Park Avenue Armory
www.armoryonpark.org/
杉本文楽 曾根崎心中 Sugimoto Bunraku Sonezaki Shinju
October 19 - October 22
https://www.jpf.go.jp/j/about/area/japan2019/official_program.html
参加企画 Associated Program

  
  
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   Performing Arts & Films

Aug. 26 & 27
7-8PM


Rakugo Night 3
The Playroom Theater
151 W 46th St 8th Floor, New York
The 2 nights (8/26 and 8/27) will be hosted by Ken Saito who will perform two Rakugo stories in English, directed by a wonderful director Jim Boerlin.
Admission: $20(Online)
WEB: https://rakugonight3.eventbrite.com
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   Exhibitions

Aug. 3 - 31
Open: Wed-Sun 12-6pm


"Line to me" 伊藤知宏 個展
HACO Gallery
31 Grand Brooklyn, NY USA 11249
The site specific mural painting and newest works; paintings, sculptures produced during his one year grant award in NY founded by Agency of Cultural Affair, Government of Japan will be on view.
Opening Reception: August 3(sat) / 5:00-8:00
Film Screening:8/24(sat) 6:00-8:00
Last Interview Film of Jonas Mekas version 3(2019) 20mins
Save the Last Dance for Me version 2(2019) 4mins
Admission: 通常無料
WEB: https://chihiroito.tumblr.com

Sept. 12-18,
Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00 Sat 10:00-17:00 Sun Closed


「光華」-書家近藤朱鳳と3人のアーティスト
The Nippon Gallery at the Nippon Club
145 W. 57th St. New York
The beautiful brightness of life –Shuho Kondo (Japanese Calligrapher) and three artists – Li Aki (Chinese fiddler), Tomosuke Nakayama (oil pain artist) and Akiko Suzuki (kaleidoscope artist). The title of the exhibition, “Kohka,” means “shining.” Letters and words illuminate people, pictures soothe people’s soul, and a kaleidoscope makes people smile like sparkling flowers. The thoughts of each artist will be united through writing, painting and kaleidoscope.
Admission: Free
WEB: https://www.nipponclub.org//a>

Sept. 17 - Dec. 18



Wiesen-Rispengras, Bluegrass, Poa pratensis [Poa pratensis Linnaeus, Poaceae alt. Gramineae], acrylic on wood panel by Sylvia Peter (1970–).
16th International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration
Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
5th Floor, Hunt Library at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
This exhibition includes 41 artworks by 41 artists who reside in 14 countries, including 7 from Japan: Keiko Fujita, Yuriko Homma, Mitsuko Kurashina, Chiyoko Ohmi, Keiko Soga, Yasuhiro Takeuchi and Chiyo Watakabe.
Admission:Free
WEB: http://www.huntbotanical.org
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   Music

August 19
8PM


Miyavi
Sony Hall
235 W 46th St, New York
MIYAVI is gaining recognition around the world for his unconventional style of playing the guitarŠnot with a pick, but with his fingers and his fislap style,fl which is like no other. Miyavi has six successful world tours under his belt, totaling more than 250 shows in 30 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Oct. 19 & 20
8PM & 10:30PM


Hiromi
Sony Hall
235 W 46th St, New York
Japan has produced an impressive assemblage of jazz pianists, from Toshiko Akiyoshi and Makoto Ozone to Junko Onishi. And now, well into the change of the 21st century, the pianist/composer Hiromi Uehara is the latest in that line of amazing musicians. Ever since the 2003 release of her debut Telarc CD,Another Mind, Hiromi has electrified audiences and critics east and west, with a creative energy that encompasses and eclipses the boundaries of jazz, classical and pop parameters.
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   Others

Aug. 30 7:30PM-9PM &
Aug. 31 12PM-9PM



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Bon Odori Festival on Governors Island 日本三大盆踊り
Nolan Park & Outlook Hill on Governors Island
Governors Island, New York
Japan Performing Arts is bringing Japan’s Big Three Bon Odori from Akita, Gifu and Tokushima prefectures. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn and participate in Bon Odori dance sessions and experience Japanese summer festival food and games! There will be dance performances at Outlook Hill at 7:30PM.
JPAはこの夏、NYガバナーズ島で日本三大盆踊りを開催致します。31日の午後は日本食の屋台とゲームなどの遊びを含め、盆踊りの練習を受けて踊りに参加していただけます。両日午後7時半からアウトルックヒルにて盆踊りパフォーマンスを行います。

Sept. 23, 2019
Doors Open 11:30am | Lunch 12pm | Demo 1:00pm



IINY Ikebana Demo by Prof. Nishi from Ohara School
Nippon Club
145 W. 57th St. New York
Ikebana International New York Chapter present the demonstration by Professor Nishi, Ohara school on Sep. 23rd at Nippon Club.
A native of Nagasaki, Prof. Nishi has travelled widely presenting demonstrations and workshops around Japan, the US and the world.
Admission: $80 member, $90 non-member
WEB: http://www.ikebanany.org

Oct. 3 - Nov. 17



Sogetsu School of Ikebana Headmistress Akane Teshigahara creates towering displays of bamboo and natural elements at Longwood Gardens.
Blooms & Bamboo: Chrysanthemum & Ikebana Sogetsu Artistry
Longwood Gardens
1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Masterworks of Ikebana take center stage at Longwood Gardens this fall. Never before seen in the US, Headmistress Akane Teshigahara, Sogetsu School of Ikebana, creates towering displays of Bamboo and natural elements exclusively designed for Longwood. This larger-than-life Ikebana that you can walk through is showcased amid the jaw-dropping splendor of thousands of blooming chrysanthemums trained into imaginative forms and shapes by Longwood's own horticulture masters.
Admission: Adults: $25; Seniors :$22; Youth: $13; Free 0-4 years.
WEB: https://longwoodgardens.org/
- Japan Society Talks+ -

Sept.13 6:30PM



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Japanese Craft Beer: Lecture & Tasting 2019
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
For this talk and tasting, beer expert Anne Becerra, beverage director at Treadwell Park, explores current trends in craft beer in the United States and around the world, and how Japanese craft beer fits into a growing U.S. market. Tasting reception will feature more than 20 kinds of unique regional beers from Japan.
Followed by a tasting reception. Must be 21 years of age, or older.
(The Food Talk series is sponsored by Kikkoman Corporation.)
Admission: $35/$30 members, seniors & students
WEB: https://www.japansociety.org/

Sept.27 6:30PM



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Workshop: Japanese Nerikomi Pottery
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
At this workshop, try out the mesmerizing Japanese pottery-making technique of nerikomi. Stack and slice strips of colorful clay to reveal striking patterns, creating one-of-a-kind designs. Instructor Risa Nishimori of the NY Togei Kyoshitsu studio will lead guests through the process of creating their own unique pieces of nerikomi ceramic art.
All materials included. Please note, finished products must be picked up from Japan Society after firing.
Admission: $47/$42 members, seniors & students
WEB: https://www.japansociety.org/
- Japan Society Education Programs -

Sept. 15, 2019 1-2PM



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Autumn Moon Viewing (Tsukimi)
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
Experience the many aspects of Japanese art and culture through a variety of artmaking experiences. School-aged children and their families enjoy the opportunity to create works of art based on a different theme each month.

Autumn Moon Viewing (Tsukimi)
Hop right in to the classic story Tsuki no Usagi. Families will transform into usagi (rabbits) with a fun craft as we set our sights towards a collaboratively created night sky.
Admission: $12/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
* Space is limited to 30 people per class: advance registration strongly encouraged due to limited attendance.
WEB: https://www.japansociety.org/

Sept.15, 2:30-4PM



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Japanese Four-Hole Bookbinding (Watoji)
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
Japanese Four-Hole Bookbinding (Watoji)
How are books made? There are countless ways to bind a book and in this workshop participants will learn the Japanese Four Hole method. Participants will get to construct and decorate a beautifully bound project that can be used for any sketching, writing, or creating purposes!)
Admission: $15/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
* Space is limited to 35 people per class: advance registration strongly encouraged due to limited attendance.
WEB: https://www.japansociety.org/

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