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November 9, 2016

 

IU’s Madama Butterfly, Japan In Bloomington and Indianapolis

"Mr. Pinkerton, you spent a hundred yen for me. I will take care to be very frugal. And to please you." Cio Co San

February 22, 2011

 

Kodo: Children Of The Drum

Kodo's performances grow out of Japanese traditional arts, but its younger members are challenging the group and its limits.

May 5, 2009

 

Focus on a Tragic Landscape: Guggenheim Fellow Osamu James Nakagawa

An associate professor of photography in Indiana University’s Hope School of Fine Arts has been added to the list of Guggenheim Fellows, including the likes of Linus Pauling, Martha Graham and Vladimir Nabokov. Osamu James Nakagawa has most recently been focusing on a dark chapter of history that Japanese textbooks tend to gloss over, or omit altogether.

March 17, 2009

 

Kinsey Gallery Displays Art from the East

The Kinsey Institute showcases Asian art in its exhibit Eros in Asia: Erotic art from Iran to Japan. Curator Catherine Johnson-Roehr explains what makes this exhibition special.

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