Join us for an exploration of Japan-related arts activities via text, audio, visual and video content at the following online destinations:
This summer, experience Japanese culture at lively multi-arts festivals in Texas, California, New York, Louisiana, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota, North Carolina and Washington, D.C.
Learn about Cherry Blossom Festivals in Nashville, Seattle, Philadelphia, Newark, Brooklyn, Virginia Beach, Fort Wayne, Santa Ana, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
Celebrate the New Year with Japanese Oshogatsu festivals across the United States. Explore Oshogatsu traditions, and learn about 2019 Oshogatsu events in Florida, Texas, California, Hawaii, Oregon and New York.
A koto player plucks sounds from the air using a laser interface and musical techniques developed over the course of 1,300 years; a dancer melds the elegant movements of ancient warriors with ballet; and a calligrapher employs centuries-old practices to reveal a new language hidden within our electronic communications. Borrowed Light, a presentation at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York City, features three performances by classically-trained female artists of Japanese heritage (Miya Masoaka, Shoko Tamai, and Miyu Tamamura) who work at the cutting edge of innovation and experimentation.