Join us on 18 November for our annual Robert Sainsbury Lecture given by Rebecca Salter, President of the Royal Academy of the Arts.
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[S1E40] 👨🎨 Futurism: A Global Art Movement with Dr Daria Melnikova
This week Oliver is joined by joined by Dr Daria Melnikova to discuss the art movement of Futurism in the early 20th century and how collaborating Russian and Japanese artists within the movement challenged its founding principles and Eurocentrism.
The Accidental Translator with Professor Nicole Rousmaniere
Join our Sainsbury Institute colleague Professor Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere for her lecture at Heidelberg University’s Institute of East Asian Art History on the inherent need to translate throughout her career as a Japanese Art Historian.
Workshop: Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory
On 5-6 March 2021, Kyushu University will host a workshop devoted to examining the ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle in Okinawa, and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.
The Third Force in Modern Japanese Painting: Watercolour Movement and British Art
Webinar (External event) Friday 5 February 2021 | 18.00-19.00 JST (09:00-10:00 GMT) Book by Weds 3rd February Our Sainsbury Institute colleague Professor Toshio Watanabe, Professor for Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, University of East Anglia, and Emeritus Professor of History of Art andContinue reading “The Third Force in Modern Japanese Painting: Watercolour Movement and British Art”
Sainsbury Institute Lecture: Reflections on four decades of fascination with Japan – guest speaker Bill Emmott
Thursday 17 December 20206pm (GMT)Free booking – more information available on the Sainsbury Institute website Our colleagues at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts & Cultures will be hosting their final Third Thursday Lecture of the year tomorrow evening in discussion with Japan Society chair Bill Emmott. You can enjoy the lectureContinue reading “Sainsbury Institute Lecture: Reflections on four decades of fascination with Japan – guest speaker Bill Emmott”
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