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Open Call for Awaji Art Circus 2017 culture exchange program

Open Call for Awaji Art Circus 2017 culture exchange program

The Awaji Art Circus offers culture exchange programs for foreign performing artists on Awaji island, Japan. The Awaji Art Circus welcomes artists to stay on the Awaji Island and entertain visitors with their performances. This is a good opportunity to gain experience as a performing artist while getting to know Japan and enjoying the atmosphere of Awaji island. The program is open to artists of all genres of performing arts such as street theater, bodily expression, musical instrument...

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(suomi) Pohjoissuomalaista taiteilijaa haetaan residenssijaksolle Japaniin

(suomi) Pohjoissuomalaista taiteilijaa haetaan residenssijaksolle Japaniin

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(suomi) Suomen Japanin instituutti julistaa haettavaksi keramiikkataiteen residenssijakson Japanissa

(suomi) Suomen Japanin instituutti julistaa haettavaksi keramiikkataiteen residenssijakson Japanissa

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Finland-Swedish Culture Event

Finland-Swedish Culture Event

The Finnish Institute in Japan organized a Finland-Swedish Heritage Day event together with the Embassy of Sweden and the Embassy of Finland. The theme of the event was Finland-Swedish culture. The aim of the seminar was to introduce the Finland-Swedish culture and language, and discuss what it means to be Finland-Swedish. Several Finland-Swedish guest speakers gave presentations on topics related to Finland-Swedish culture and identity. The event was sponsored by Svenska Kulturfonden. Time...

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(suomi) Suomen Japanin instituutti hakee johtajaa

(suomi) Suomen Japanin instituutti hakee johtajaa

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Exhibition: Aino Aalto – Architect and Designer, 12.8.-31.10.2016

Exhibition: Aino Aalto – Architect and Designer, 12.8.-31.10.2016

Aino Aalto – Architect and Designer The exhibition will be open at the Gallery A4 in Tokyo between August 12, and October 31, 2016 It was in 1924 that Aino Mandelin (1894-1949) who later married Alvar Aalto and changed her name, visited the office of the then unknown architect Alvar Aalto. This was the start of a long and productive partnership between the two. Aino had a tremendous influence on Alvar Aalto´s work which has never been specifically verified. That this was what set him on...

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