Asia Society x VisAsia Council| Japan Supernatural: Cultural Diplomacy Re-imagined (Sydney)VIEW EVENT DETAILS
How do Japan’s beliefs, folklore and tradition influence and aid its actions on the global stage?
Inspired by the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ Japan Supernatural exhibit, where Japanese tradition and modernity collides, this exclusive breakfast panel will look at the use of cultural diplomacy in 2020 and discuss whether Japan will continue its rise as a global soft power leader.
In celebration of the exhibit’s final week, join us as we discover the enduring influence of Japanese art, culture and cuisine in the world from multiple perspectives. Dr Geoff Raby AO, Chairman of VisAsia, will deliver welcome remarks.
Date: Friday 6 March 2020
Time: 8:00 - 9:30 a.m., optional viewing following talk
Venue: Restaurant Function Space, Art Gallery of New South Wales
This event is by invitation only. Places strictly limited. For any enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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View the Japan Supernatural Program here.
About the Speakers
Our Arts, Culture and Diversity programs span across visual art and performance, literature, media, technology, education, and community sectors. These unique partner events examine cultural traditions and expressions, celebrate diversity and multiculturalism, and explore a changing Australian society. Run as both public and member only events, this programming stream offers an exciting way to engage with the work of Asia Society Australia.
This event is presented in partnership with:
Art Gallery of New South Wales
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