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Event Archive - 2015
Mad Love

Illustraton by Chris Yee
Exhibition: 11 June – 1 July

Mad Love is a new series of illustrations by Chris Yee which was created especially for The Japan Foundation, Sydney Contemporary Art Mini Series. e.

Tokyo Gardens

Photography by Naoto Ijichi
Exhibition: 6 May – 30 May 2015

Tokyo Gardens takes us on a visual tour of the Japanese capital’s gardens, photographed throughout the four seasons in both colour and black-and-white.

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.

Katsura Sunshine On Stage

Rakugo show (in English)
4 Saturday, March 28 @ 2pm

A rare chance to see rakugo comic storytelling in action!

Stories Behind the Storytellers

Talk event
Katsura Sunshine & Dr Ian McArthur, moderated by Dr Carol Hayes (ANU)
Thursday, March 26 @ 6pm

Catch a glimpse behind the scenes of rakugo, and find out more about Australia’s century-old connection with this art form.

Japanese through RAKUGO

落語ワークショップ on 21 March 2015


Fukushima 4th Commemoration
11—15 March 2015
Gojyuan, Sydney
Cultural event
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.

Photographic Memory: the Making of Mono no aware

Artist Talk & Book Launch
By Brett Boardman
March 5 (Thursday), 6pm – 7pm
March 6 (Friday), 6pm – 7pm

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.

How did architects respond immediately after 3/11?

2 – 20 February 2015
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane


We've Moved

Good news!
The Japan Foundation, Sydney is now in Central Park, and are welcoming library visitors and drop-ins!

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