Rosi Braidotti Special Lecture : What Is The Human In The Humanities Today?

Rosi Braidotti Special Lecture : What is the Human in the Humanities Today?


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Special Lecture: Decentralization Processes In Swedish Cultural Policy

Special Lecture: Decentralization Processes in Swedish Cultural Policy

Hosted by Arts Management and Cultural Policy field, this time we welcome Dr. Jenny Johannisson to discuss about Swedish cultural policy. At the same time we have a special guest Dr. Sigrid Røyseng for a lecture titled “Rejection of public art: Conflicting definitions and evaluations”.

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Call For Contributions For SOUND:GENDER:FEMINISM:ACTIVISM(SGFA) – TOKYODeadline For Proposals: 17 June 2019

Deadline for Proposals: 17 June 2019

We are pleased to announce a call for contributions to SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM (SGFA) – Tokyo, a research event investigating scholarly and artistic research in the context of sound in all its various creative and theoretical forms, gender and activism.

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The Website Of Sumitomo Lab. Has Been Launched

The website of Sumitomo Lab. has been launched

The website of Sumitomo Lab. has been launched. This website is run by the Sumitomo Lab, part of the Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Global Arts. The material here is focused on the projects conducted in the seminar, but also…

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Her Prerogative: Women And/in Self-portraitsGroup Show, Curator Stephen Sarrazin

Her Prerogative: women and/in self-portraits
Group show, curator Stephen Sarrazin

A group show curated by Stephen Sarrazin that brings together artists from North and South America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa in which are addressed issues of self-…

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FUKAMI, A Dive Into Japanese Aesthetic From July 14 To August 21, 2018 Curator: Prof.Yuko Hasegawa

FUKAMI, a dive into Japanese aesthetic From July 14 to August 21, 2018 Curator: Prof.Yuko Hasegawa

Tradition and modernity, blur and form, ephemeral and eternity, two opposite sides of the same element: Japanese aesthetics or the art of the coexistence of….

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The Exhibition “Count The Waves: Visualizing Invisibility” Curated By Students Will Open Soon.

The Exhibition "Count the Waves: Visualizing Invisibility" Curated by Students Will Open Soon.

As a part of Professor Yuko Hasegawa’s course “Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices Seminar,” an exhibition curated by five students majoring in Curation of GA will be held, from March 21 to April 7, at the Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo University of the Arts…

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Special Lecture: Arts And Culture In The Age Of Globalization“Thumbs That Type And Swipe” By Lauren Boyle [DIS]

Special Lecture: Arts and Culture in the Age of Globalization
“Thumbs that Type and Swipe” By Lauren Boyle [DIS]

DIS is a New York based collective best known for DIS Magazine (2010-2017), and curating the 9th Berlin…

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