Mono no Aware
Mono no Aware : The Poignancy of Things

Photography by Brett Boardman
Exhibition: February 26 – April 11

Captured in Kyoto in 2011, this series of photographs reveals unexpected parallels between two examples of human shelter that are geographically close, yet worlds apart.

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Mono no Aware
Tokyo Void: Possibilities in Absence

Public talk
By Dr Heike Rahmann (RMIT University)

March 14 (Saturday), 2pm – 3pm

Landscape architecture and design researcher Dr Heike Rahmann takes the dense urban environment as a point of departure to explore the role of temporary vacant spaces in cities.

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Mono no Aware
Photographic Memory: the Making of Mono no aware

Artist Talk & Book Launch
By Brett Boardman

March 5 (Thursday), 6pm – 7pm Booked out
March 6 (Friday), 6pm – 7pm Booked out

Join Brett Boardman as he commemorates the opening of the ‘Mono no aware: The Poignancy of Things’ exhibition and the launch of his new limited-edition book of the same name.

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Japanese Language Courses (For Adult Learners)

Term 2 starts on 20 April.
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