Kenryou Gu discussed about his works and evolution as an artist in a discussion titled, “We May Never Understand Art”. In a year without travel, he talked about how he got here and where he is headed as a young artist.
Thanks to our friends at A&E, we had our first screening event, "Tokyo Legacy" before it was aired on History Channel from December 20. Program was introduced by A+E Networks Japan, General Manager, John Flanagan.
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”.
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”.
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.