The Japan Foundation E-mail Magazine Vol. 317

■■ Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2018 (TPAM 2018) ■■

◇TPAM 2018
TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) is a space where professionals from various places in the world who explore the possibility of contemporary performing arts exchange through performance and meeting programs to gain information, inspiration and network for the creation, dissemination and vitalization of performing arts.
Established in 1995 as Tokyo Performing Arts Market and moved in 2011 to the "Creative City" Yokohama. Reinforcing its focus on Asia and having started to involve itself in Asian co-production, TPAM is internationally recognized as one of the most influential performing arts platforms in Asia.
TPAM 2018 is held from February 10th through February 18th, 2018.

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◇Jury & finalists selected for Asia Students Package Design Competition (ASPaC) 2017
The Japan Foundation hereby announces the jury members and finalists selected for this year's Asia Students Package Design Competition (ASPaC), a project co-organized with the ASPaC Association.

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◇MeCA | Media Culture in Asia: A Transnational Platform
Aspiring to cultivate and disseminate the culture and art of the digital age, the Japan Foundation Asia Center and TodaysArt JAPAN / AACTOKYO present Media Culture in Asia: A Transnational Platform (MeCA), a comprehensive showcase of new media and digital culture in Asia, running from February 9th to February 18th, 2018.

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◇UTHIS HAEMAMOOL――From Individual-oriented Stories to Expansive Art
Uthis Haemamool, winner of the Southeast Asian Writers Award in 2009, is one of the artists who has vigorously continued his activities in difficult times of political turmoil in Thailand. His works, which are essentially an exploration of his own fertile imagination, are not merely political in nature but rather have continued to confront universal questions.

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*ASIA HUNDREDS is a series of interviews with and conference presentations by professionals whom the Japan Foundation Asia Center works through its many cultural projects. By sharing the words of key figures in the arts and cultures in both English and Japanese and archiving the "present" moments of Asia, we hope to further generate cultural exchange within and among the regions.


▼△▼△The Japan Foundation Travelling Exhibition▼△▼△  
The Japan Foundation offers various travelling exhibition programs conducted overseas.

◇Variation and Autonomy: The Prints of Contemporary Japanese Painters
Tronto (Canada)
January 10 - March 29, 2018

◇Manga Hokusai Manga: Approaching the Master's Compendium from the Perspective of Contemporary Comics
Casula (Australia)
January 10 - February 4, 2018

◇Japanese Design Today 100 <renewal version>
Hafnarfjorour (Iceland)
Until December 30, 2017

Salamanca (Spain)
January 18 - February 7, 2018

◇Struggling Cities: from Japanese Urban Projects in the 1960s
Moratuwa (Sri Lankan)
January 11 - 20, 2018

◇Winter Garden: The Exploration of the Micropop Imagination in Contemporary Japanese Art
Sarajevo (Bosnia&Herzegovina)
January 10 - 24, 2018

◇Gazing at the Contemporary World: Japanese Photography from the 1970s to the Present
Rome (Italy)
Until January 5, 2018

◇Parallel Nippon: Contemporary Japanese Architecture 1996-2006
Khartoum (Sudan)
January 7 - 25, 2018

◇Handcrafted Form: Traditions and Techniques
Upper Hutt (New Zealand)
Until January 21, 2018

◇Passage to the Future: Art from a New Generation in Japan
Guayaquil (Ecuador)
Until January 7, 2018

◇The Dolls of Japan: Shapes of Prayer, Embodiments of Love
Kazan (Russia)
January 18 - February 20, 2018

Shanghai (China)
December 27, 2017 - January 21, 2018

◇TOHOKU-Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers
Jakarta (Indonesia)
January 17 - 31, 2018



◇Here are online season's greetings cards from the Japan Foundation.
We extend our best wishes for a happy holiday season and a joyful New Year 2018!

◇"Nihongo Kyoiku Tsushin" is updated


◇JF E-mail Magazine would like to hear your comments and suggestions.

Vol.317  12/26/2017
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