In this period of COVID-19 we’ve seen the power of arts, humanities, and culture in bringing communities together to fight this global crisis. Join us in this discussion on how corporations are partnering with art to serve community.
ASPI's Wendy Cutler and Daniel Russel will join Professor Yuichi Hosoya, and Joshua Walker for a Japan Society event on U.S.-Japan relations and the next U.S. administration. Asia Society Japan's James Kondo will deliver welcoming remarks.
Asia Society Japan Center will welcomed, Dr. Kumi Yokoe of Toyo University’s Department of Global Innovation Studies for a conversation titled, “The 2020 U.S. Elections and Potential Challenges to US-Japan Relations”.
Emerging from the margins to starring in the mainstream, certain heroes arising from these cultural communities have proudly and gracefully represented this collective hyphenated identity of what it means to be “Asian American”
This webinar is the first of series of presentations featuring Japanese and Asian art collections located outside Japan. Dr. Frank Feltens introduced Charles L. Freer and his collection from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art.
Asia Society Japan Center, was delighted to invite, Richard Lloyd Parry, the Asia Editor of The Times to the Policy Salon. He presented us with a deep analysis of Emperor Akihito, who transformed Japan’s hereditary monarch during Heisei.
Meet artist, Masayoshi Nojo, who returned from his first London exhibition this past spring. As a Japanese artist launching debuting internationally, learn his evolution of his works, his inspiration and philosophy to date.
This session is designed for leaders to get a better grasp of Japan’s policies & open new avenues for inclusion & diversity. Mark shared his personal experiences as well as advising for the Tokyo Olympics.