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  • 02 Apr 2020 12:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)


    Date: Thu 2 – Thu 9 April

    Open Mon – Fri, 12 – 6pm  Sat – Sun, 11am – 4pm

    Venue: Arts House

    North Melbourne Town Hall 521 Queensberry St, North Melbourne

    Arts House will play host to the world premiere of the latest in Fujimoto’s ongoing exploration into sound and light: power of one #distortion will offer another glimpse beyond the boundaries of the visible. In keeping with the evolving nature of the artist’s work, it will both speak to earlier iterations of the series (in this case drawing on the same aural components featured in test pattern 2) while presenting curious new forms through which to perceive it. Be there for its unveiling.

    These works are part of Spectral: a series of installations and performances that dive into the spaces between sound and light. From immersive interruptions that capture the mind, to synaesthetic voyages beyond the boundaries of the body, these works demand to be experienced. For more information, please click HERE


  • 27 Mar 2020 6:45 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)


    Date and Time: Friday, 27 March 2020 6:45 pm – 8:45 pm

    Venue: Ladder Art Space 4/81 Denmark St  Kew, VIC 3101

    Booking

    Discover a different night out & enter your happy place with friends by your side!

    WHAT YOU’LL GET

    All painting materials are provided such as canvas, easel, paints, brushes, and apron

    We provide all glassware, bottle openers, and ice

    Take home your own finished artwork on a 30×40 cm stretched canvas

    A night full of fun and enthusiasm along with great music while you gain artistic tuition from a professional artist!

    WHAT TO BRING

    A thirst for painting and trying something new

    Your favourite drink and snack


  • 22 Mar 2020 9:00 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    The Wine Spirit Education Trust (WSET) is a London based organisation that oversees teaching and qualifications in the beverage industry.  Melissa Mills, one of our dedicated AJSV members will be teaching the WSET Level 1 Award in Sake on Sunday March 22 in the beverage room at William Angliss Institute in Melbourne’s CBD. 

    This is a one day intensive program jam-packed with information about sake styles, categories, ingredients, fermentation, production, labeling terms, serving techniques and food pairing considerations. It’s a fun, learning environment heightened by lots of practical tasting exercises and experiences

    Date and Time: Sunday 22 March 2020 9:00 am- 5:00 pm

    Venue: William Angliss Institute Melbourne CBD

    For more information, please click HERE



  • 17 Mar 2020 7:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)


    Date and Time: Tue., 17 March 2020 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    Venue: Northcote Library, 32-38 Separation St Northcote, VIC 3070

    Cost: Free!

    Learn about this traditional Japanese writing style – both a beautiful art form as well as a means of communication. You’ll get hands-on practice of the techniques and tools as you learn to write your name in Japanese calligraphy.  For more information, please click HERE

    Individuals may choose to book directly with Darebin Libraries by contacting the library on 1300 655 355.


  • 06 Mar 2020 3:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Date and Time: Friday 6, Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 of March 3 pm- 7 pm (open 2:30 pm)

    Venue: Second Stitch, Level 1/377 Sydney Rd, Coburg Melbourne

    Learn and create the most unique belt bag with Japanese silks.

    You will join a 4 hour class conducted by the designer of the brand herself, traveling from Japan with a suitcase full of treasures!

    Together we will learn how to shape , cut sew...and turn beautiful antique silks into a unique bag.

    All the materials, including precious textiles sourced in Japan, patterns, as well as each and every sewing tool will be provided on the spot.

    If the world of sewing is totally foreign to you, don't worry and come challenge yourself. You will be explained all the basics techniques required to create a stunning object. If you have good sewing notions, extra options will be offered for you to modify our design and challenge yourself even more!


  • 29 Feb 2020 7:30 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)



    Date and Time: Saturday 29 February 2020 at 7:30 pm

    Venue:Sidney Myer Music Bowl

    Bookings  

    Presented by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with Arts Centre Melbourne for Asia TOPA.

    Celebrate legendary composer-conductor Joe Hisaishi with a huge performance of his music from the films of Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli in an extraordinary concert event at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, exclusive to Melbourne.

    Hisaishi will conduct the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and MSO Chorus through the magical scores and heart-stirring montages from renowned films by renowned director Hayao Miyazaki including Howl’s Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbour Totoro and the Oscar-winning Spirited Away, which will play on a huge screen at the Bowl.


  • 28 Feb 2020 10:00 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)



    Date : 28 Feb 20 – 4 Oct 20

    Open 10am–5pm daily

    Venue: NGV International

    Level 1, Asian Art temporary exhibitions

    Free entry

    The exhibition investigates the increasing socially liberated status of Asian women with the inclusion of major works by young female artists of the era and features rare large-scale paintings by young Japanese artists and modernist colour prints produced with the refined techniques of traditional ukiyo-e. The exhibition also features fashion of the era, including women’s and men’s kimonos and related accessories. Popular culture and interior design will be represented with beautifully crafted glassware, lacquer ware and bronze ware, as well as street posters, magazines and graphic design.

    This exhibition is the result of a focused collecting strategy to build the NGV’s holdings of visually inspiring art and design from this fascinating and little recognised era of Asian art. For more information, please click HERE


  • 23 Feb 2020 7:30 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)


    Date and Time: Thursday 23 & Friday 24 January 2020 7.30pm

    Venue: Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Melbourne Recital Centre

    Duration: 1 hour 30 mins (no interval)

    Booking

    Chi Udaka is an inspirational fusion of taiko drumming and Indian classical dance. Inspired by the forces of nature, this celebratory show as part of Asia TOPA 2020 is a meeting of the deep earthiness of taiko drumming (Chi – earth) and the flowing sensuality of dance (Udaka – water).



  • 23 Feb 2020 11:30 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)



    Please click HERE for the schedule

  • 21 Feb 2020 8:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)


    Heralded as the "Nijinsky of butoh", Japan's legendary Akira Kasai brings to Melbourne his tour-de-force work Pollen Revolution.

    Akira Kasai's own son performs this riveting solo, a surreal and startling journey through time, cultures, and states of being. Kasai's striking onstage personae morph from kabuki performer to street dancer to solitary actor while his movement shifts between classical Japanese, hip-hop and the soulful otherworlds of butoh.

    Beginning with what may seem like traditional Japanese dance, this daring solo performance sees costumes fly away, madness unleashed and representations of gender probed. Pollen Revolution is a masterly work from a choreographer who is still reshaping and reinventing butoh itself.

    Date and Time: Friday 21  and Saturday 22 February 2020 8:00 pm

    Venue: Dancehouse - Sylvia Staehli Theatre 150 Princes Street, North Carlton, Victoria 3054

    Booking



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