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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

© Hiroshi Sugimoto Courtesy of Odawara Art Foundation
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

Oct. 20
3-4pm



Japanese Dances for Autumn 秋への賛歌:日本舞踊と創作舞踊
TENRI Gallery
43A West 13th Street, New York
Ode to Autumn: Salon Series No. 66 will present the Japanese Kabuki dance, Asazuma-bune (Boat at the Asazuma), as well as dances choreographed by Sachiyo Ito, Aki no Irokusa (Autumnal Grasses); Shiki no Hana (Flowers in Four Seasons), and Gion Shoja (The Gion Temple). Gion Shoja is a dance inspired by the sense of impermanence that prevails in autumn, joined by Yoshi Amao.
Admission:$20 (general), $15 (student & senior)
Register:sachiyoitoandcompany@gmail.com
WEB: http://dancejapan.com/
- Chelsea Film Festival -

Oct. 18,
6:30PM


CHELSEA FILM FESTIVAL screening OFUKU -separation- by Sayoko Akutsu
AMC Loews 34th St.
312 W 34th St, New York
As one of USA Today's Top 10 Best Film Festivals in North America, the Chelsea Film Festival is a socially driven global platform that in its 7th year, is presenting 90 films (shorts, docs and features) from 20+ countries! Programming includes screenings, talks, cocktail events, and afterparties from October 17-20. The Chelsea Film Festival is an international film festival, enlightening the work of emerging filmmakers, producers and actors. It empowers the work of risk-taking storytellers.

Oct. 20,
5:30PM


CHELSEA FILM FESTIVAL SCREENING TICKET by Yoh Komaya
AMC Loews 34th St.
312 W 34th St, New York
As one of USA Today's Top 10 Best Film Festivals in North America, the Chelsea Film Festival is a socially driven global platform that in its 7th year, is presenting 90 films (shorts, docs and features) from 20+ countries! Programming includes screenings, talks, cocktail events, and afterparties from October 17-20. The Chelsea Film Festival is an international film festival, enlightening the work of emerging filmmakers, producers and actors. It empowers the work of risk-taking storytellers.
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   Exhibitions

Sep. 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

10/11 10am-5pm
10/12 10am-6pm
10/13 10am-5pm


Fall Ikebana Flower Show "Aki no Kokoro '19"
The Kitano Hotel New York
66 Park Ave. (38th Street) , New York
いけばなインターナショナル・ニューヨーク支部では10月11日から13日迄、キタノホテルニューヨークにて秋の花展"秋のこころ'19"を開催。
各流派が秋の花材を使用し、それぞれに特徴のある作品を制作、一堂に多彩なスタイルの作品を展示。
Ikebana International New York Chapter will have a fall flower show at The Kitano Hotel New York next month.
Artist of several different Ikebana Schools will make distinctive arrangements using fresh fall materials.
ADMISSION: Free
WEB: http://www.ikebanany.org/

Oct. 25-31,
10AM-6PM


大山友禅染作品展~心を染めて~IN ニューヨーク2019
The Nippon Gallery at the NIPPON CLUB
145 west 57th street,New York
Exhibition of works by Daisen Yuzen dyeing in Tottori Prefecture.In this exhibition,natural plants and flowers,the changing of the four seasons, kimonos and tapestry dyed with original designs with the motife of the image that comes to mind, dyed picture, lamp shade, stall, etc.
鳥取県の大山友禅染による作品の展示。本展覧会では自然の草木や花、四季の移り変わり、心に浮かぶイメージをモチーフにオリジナルデザインで染め上げた着物やタペストリー、染額絵、ランプシェード、ストール等。
ADMISSION: Free
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   Music
Sony Hall
235 W 46th St, New York

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

Hiromi
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.

Oct. 22
8PM


Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
The music that plays the Jamaican ska called “Tokyo Ska” has built its own genre and is an active ska band in Asia, Europe, America, South America and the world. The name is an object of admiration for SKA enthusiasts around the world, such as foreign artists and musicians visiting the record store to get Sakapara’s sound source when they come to Japan continuing. Indie debut in 1989. Overcoming member changes over and over, there are now a total of 9 members.
Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/
Admission: $35 - General Admission $75 - VIP Seating
WEB:https://www.sonyhall.com/events/tokyo-ska-paradise-orchestra/

Nov. 25
8PM


Gen Hoshino with Special Guest Mark Ronson
Gen Hoshino is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actor, and writer. He started the instrumental band SAKEROCK in 2000, officially kickstarting his professional career as a musician. After leading the group, Gen would later debut as a solo artist in 2010. In 2018, he released his 5th album, “POP VIRUS,” a commercial success with sales of around 600,000 copies and downloads. Following the success of his album, he held a nationwide tour across Japan, boasting nearly 330 million attendees.
Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/
Admission:$125 - General Admission, $425 - VIP Seating
WEB:https://www.sonyhall.com/events/gen-hoshino-with-special-guest-mark-ronson/
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   Others

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 Lectures -

Nov. 1,
12PM


Special Luncheon with Federal Reserve Board Vice Chair Richard Clarida
Japan Society
333 East 47th St, New York
Japan Society’s Business & Policy Program will be hosting a corporate luncheon with Federal Reserve Board Vice Chair Richard H. Clarida. He will share his expert insights into current economic trends, the U.S. economy, and monetary policy.

For more information, please contact the Business and Policy Program at 212-715-1208 or email register@japansociety.org

Nov. 12,
6-8PM


Special Duty: A History of the Japanese Intelligence Community
Japan Society
333 East 47th St, New York
Intelligence communities are everywhere and always in motion. Japan's has been no exception, often shifting in response to dramatic analytical and organizational failures, changes in the regional and global balance, and sudden technological developments. In this program, Richard J. Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for International Studies at MIT, discusses the evolution of Japan’s intelligence community and its future.

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