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Japan Information Center Gallery

August 13 -


 


Permanent Exhibition
常設展
 
          
 
Japan Information Center Gallery, Consulate General of Japan in New York
299 Park Avenue, 18th Floor, NYC
9:30AM - 4:00PM (closed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)
Admission:Free * Photo ID required / 無料 *入館にはphoto IDをお持ちください
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   Performing Arts & Films

December 24:00pm


 
GOHENGE
五変化
Dixon Place Theater
161A Chrystie Street, New York
Junko Enterprises Inc. presents Japanese/Okinawan traditional Dancer/choreographer Junko Fisher in GOHENGE, a self-choreographed show in which she dances as five different characters to different genres of music, including Western, Japanese folk, and Kabuki music Atsumori from Tale of the Heike. Special guest performance by shakuhachi master Daniel Nyohaku Soergel.
Admission:$25.00
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Exhibitions

Aug 9 -Dec 14 (M-F 9 am to 4 pm)


 
Exhibition of Paintings by Japanese artist Tokujiro Nishi
Paul Peck Alumni Center Gallery, Drexel University
32nd and Market Streets, Philadelphia PA
The exhibition highlights historical relationship between Phiadelphia and Japan throught art.
Admission:Free
WEB:drexel.edu/

Sep. 7 - Dec. 15
Opens only Thursday, Friday, Sturday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm


 
Elements of the Nature
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
4881 Broadway, New York
Uptown Manhattan, Inwood local Japanese Painting Artist Takashi Harada showcases his NIHONGA artworks. He uses “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional painting technique to express atmospheric images from natural habitat. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.
image:"Yanagi" Takashi Harada

September 27 - December 12


 
Earth Manual Project - This Could Save Your Life
Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons School of Design
2 West 13th Street, New York
Exhibition showcasing some of the best practices for dealing with disasters at different stages—from preparedness education to response and relief efforts—with a particular focus on creative design ideas. Originating in Japan, the exhibition features work from countries where natural disasters are frequent, such as Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines. Projects introduced in the exhibition utilize distinctly creative and innovative approaches to disaster issues.
 
image:“Lost Homes” Model, Osamu Tsukihashi Photo courtesy: KIITO
Admission:Free
WEB:www.newschool.edu/

Oct. 12, 2018 - Jan. 13, 2019


 
Ego Obscura
Japan Society
333 E 47th St. NYC
This fall, join us for the first NY institutional solo exhibition of one of Japan's most prolific and versatile contemporary artists, Yasumasa Morimura. Ego Obscura highlights Morimura's 30-year-long project of excavating "the self" from layers of art history, Japanese postwar history, and personal history. In addition to major photographic self-portraits, for which Morimura transformed himself into iconic artistic and pop culture figures, the exhibition will also feature the U.S. premiere of the artist's first full-length video work, Egó Sympósion (2016) and his latest cinematic installation Egó Obscura (2018), in conjunction with a live performance, Morimura’s Nippon Cha Cha Cha!, staged by the artist on the opening weekend.
Admission:General $12, Senior/student $10 Member/under16 Free
WEB:www.japansociety.org/

November 8 - December 30


 
Sowing Memories &工 n your wildest dreams
The LOCAL NYC
1302 44th Ave ,Long Island City,NY
The Loca1 NYC wi11 host a husband and wife art show. "Sowing Memories & In your wildest dreams" by LIC, Queens artist Hitomi Matsui and Kenneth Burris. "Sowing Memories & In your wildest dreams" is inspired by husband and wife trave1s abroad,need for imagination, and the power of collaboration.
image: Frutas Y Verduras - Mix medium - 26W" x 22H" x 7D" - 2018
Admission:Free
WEB:qns.com/

Nov. 8 -14


 
納冨晋 作陶展「青萩」Notomi Susumu,Ao-Hagi Pottery
The Nippon Gallery
145 West 57th Street, New York
独特の繊細さと深い青を特徴とする納冨晋の作品展
。An exhibition featuring unique blue Hagi-yaki pottery works by Susumu Notomi. Captivated by the beauty of blue that emerges from the high kiln temperature, Susumu Notomi, the inventor of the blue Hagi-yaki, has been experimenting to capture various shades of blue, such as of the sky, the ocean, and the outer space. Notomi creates rich gradation from deep blue like indigo to pale blue like the white waves of the sea.
image: Ao-Hagi by Susumu Notomi
Admission:Free
WEB:www.nipponclub.org


 
Exhibition at Onishi Gallery
Onishi Gallery
521 W 26th Street, New York
Nov 13 - Nov 28
Opening:November 13, 6-8 pm
小畑裕司(おばた ゆうじ)個展「桜:自然の恵み」

Yuji Obata: Sakura, Grace of Nature Onishi Gallery is pleased to host a stunning exhibition of porcelain masterpieces by Yuji Obata. With this being his second solo exhibition in New York, Obata revisits the theme of cherry blossoms as depicting grace and beauty; and aspires to understand a deeper meaning of this concept, which he has featured on his porcelain works for more than 30 years.
桜は、有田焼陶芸作家の小畑裕司が長い年月にわたりライフワークとして掲げてきたテーマです。小畑は桜の美をあらためて見つめなおしさらなる深みを求めます。白磁をキャンバスとし、自由なフォームで新たな表現に挑みました。
Admission:Free
 
Nov 15 - Nov 28
Opening: Thursday, November 15, 6-8 pm
納冨 晋 (のうとみ すすむ)作陶展 「青萩」

Susumu Notomi: Tales of Blue in Pottery - Sky, Sea and Space Hagi-yaki is a traditional type of Japanese pottery. Susumu Notomi of Yamaguchi prefecture creates hagi-yaki that is characterized by its distinctively delicate and deep blue color, which is reminiscent of the blue sky, ocean, or outer
萩焼は400年以上の歴史を持つ伝統的な日本の焼物の一つです。山口県出身の納富氏は青い空、海や宇宙を連想される独特で繊細な萩焼を創り出します。土の配合と釉薬のバランスにより醸し出される青萩は深い青色、藍色から白波を思い浮かべる青白い色までの幅広いグラデーションが最も印象的です。納冨は1951年山口県生まれ。
Admission:Free
WEB:/onishigallery.com/
image:Left: Yuji Obata, Cherry Blossoms with Thick Trunk and Red Leaves, 2018; Porcelain; h. 9 1/4 x dia. 9 1/2 in. (23.4 x 24.1 cm) / Right: Susumu Notomi, Ao-Hagi “Yuragi” Flower Vase 01, 2018; clay and glaze; h. 10 x w. 4 1/2 x d. 5 in. (25.4 x 11.4 x 12.7 cm)
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   Music

November 17 at 8pm
November 18 at 7pm


 
Goshu Ondo Suite by Eri Yamamoto
Studios of the Paul Taylor Dance Company
551 Grand Street, New York
From the mind of composer and celebrated jazz pianist Eri Yamamoto, traditional Japan meets NYC in a joyful meeting of musical cultures, brought to life by award-winning choir Choral Chameleon and Eri Yamomoto Trio. Goshu Ondo Suite is inspired by Yamamoto’s childhood visiting her grandparents in Shiga prefecture. The choir will be doing the obon dance and Yamamoto’s trio will play driving jazz accompaniment underneath the traditional song.
Admission:$30 Advance, $20 Student/Senior, $30 Door
How to buy tickets:www.artful.ly/
WEB:www.choralchameleon.com

November 29

A PIANO RECITAL
Carnegie Hall/ Weill Hall
881 7th Avenue New York
A PIANO RECITAL by International Pianist, Sachiko Furuhata-Kersting playing music by Chopin & Mussorgsky
Admission:$145 / $185
WEB:choicesavailable.co.uk/
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   Lectures


 
Japan Society BUSINESS & POLICY Lectures
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
November 15, 8 AM
Japan, China & the U.S.: Contrasts in Workplace Law & Culture

The relationship between Japan and China — the two greatest economies and powers of Asia — has sometimes been contentious. But how do their workplace practices, work ethic, employee rights, treatment of women and minorities, and codes of conduct compare? How do these practices affect their global cultural influence? And finally, how do they compare with U.S. employment? Japanese, Chinese and U.S. attorneys will consider these vital issues in an illuminating roundtable setting.
Admission: Free
WEB:www.japansociety.org
 
December 5, 6-8:30 PM
The Impact of the U.S. Energy Revolution: From the Americas to Japan

As global energy needs grow, the U.S. has become the largest oil and gas producer in the world, surpassing Russia and Saudi Arabia. Moreover, the U.S. is now preparing to become a net exporter of natural gas, competing with Qatar and Australia for LNG export pole position. In this program, energy experts discuss the energy infrastructure in the Americas, and the effect of U.S. energy abundance on Japan.
Admission:$15-20
WEB:www.japansociety.org
 
December 19, 12 PM
The Practice of Change

From climate change to diseases to societal inequity, the challenges facing humanity today can only be solved by a paradigm shift. While considerable progress has been made solving these pressing problems through the current tools and methods, we have put little regard into the long-term negative effects and thus created a set of new, interconnected, and complex problems. In this program, Joi Ito shares his insights into the new theories and methods to tackle these problems.
Admission:Lunch and Lecture: $35-65; Lecture Only: $15-20
WEB:www.japansociety.org
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   Others

November 11
1p.m-3p.m


 
Nihonga Workshop
Sato Sakura Gallery
501 W.20th Street New York
Sato Sakura Gallery welcomes you to participate in our introductory Nihonga workshop. This hands-on event will familiarize you with the materials used within Nihonga paintings, such as mineral pigments, paper, gelatin, and more. You will discover how to combine these materials and create your very own Nihonga piece to bring home.New York-based Nihonga artists, Takashi Harada and Kae Sato will be leading this workshop.
Admission:$60
How to buy tickets:www.eventbrite.com/
WEB: www.satosakuragallery.com


 
Talk+ Events
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
November 3, 2018 at 2pm
Convenience Store Woman: Meet Author Sayaka Murata

Join us for an intimate talk with author Sayaka Murata, winner of the prestigious Akutagawa Prize and one of Japan's most highly acclaimed contemporary writers. Her English-language debut, Convenience Store Woman, provides a glimpse into Japanese society through the eyes of an observant misfit. At this program, Murata will discuss her recent work in conversation with translator Ginny Tapley Takemori. Followed by a book signing and Japanese convenience store themed reception.
Tickets: $15/$12 members, seniors & students
 
November 15, 2018 at 11:30am
Anibiz: Anime Business Conference

Get the scoop on the latest trends in the world of anime, manga, streaming and more at this professional panel. The Anime Business Conference is for professionals working in marketing, licensing, publishing, and entertainment as well as anyone seeking to understand upcoming trends in Japanese pop culture. Speaker list coming soon. Followed by a reception.
Tickets: $45/$40 members, seniors & students (Anime NYC tickets are not required)
 
December 7, 2018 at 6:30pm
Suminagashi: Japanese Marbling

Create beautiful patterned stationery using the ancient Japanese marbling technique of suminagashi. In this soothing art form, ink is floated on the surface of water and gently blown to produce intricately swirled patterns, each as unique as a fingerprint. At this workshop, Linh Truong, interdisciplinary artist and educator, teaches traditional suminagashi techniques and offers ideas for artistic experimentation. All materials included.
Tickets: $47/$42 members, seniors & students
WEB:www.japansociety.org/
image: Suminagashi pattern


 
Japan Society Education Events
Japan Society
333 East 47th Street, New York
December 16, 2:30-4:00 pm
Woodblock Printing

Explore Japanese woodblock printmaking techniques practiced by ukiyo-e masters. Create your own woodblock prints using authentic materials just in time for the holiday card season!
Tickets:$15/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
 
December 16 1-2pmm
Nengajo Holiday Cards

Enjoy a pre-school friendly exploration of woodblock prints and print your own cards for the holidays! Similar to the Western custom of sending holiday cards, in Japan there is a tradition of sending new year’s cards, called nengajo
Tickets:$15/$8 members; children ages 2 or under free. Free for Cool Culture Members.
WEB:www.japansociety.org/
image: Suminagashi pattern


 
Ikebana International Events
November 11, 2018 at 2:00 pm
Tour of Kimono Refashioned 1870’s – Now!

Newark Museum
49 Washington St. Newark, NJ

An exhibition of the Kyoto Costume Institute with Ikebana
 
December 5, 2018 at 11:30 am
Ikebana Demonstration by Ikenobo - Yuri Ishizuka

JAA
49 W. 45th St., 11th FL NY

Ikebana demonstration by Ikenobo school
 
February 6, 2019 at 11:30 am
An Exercise in Japanese Calligraphy& Mini Flower Show

JAA
49 W. 45th St., 11th FL NY

Japanese Art event with Ikebana
 
April 3, 2019
Joint Demonstration by Three Ikebana Schools

JAA
49 W. 45th St., 11th FL NY

Mini demonstration by three ikebana schools
 
May 17–Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Ikebana Display at Metropolitan Museum

Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue NYC

Ikebana display by IINY members

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