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2013

January

18/01/13
  • Endangered Textile Traditions
  • Various Speakers
  • The WEFT exhibition is launched with a symposium titled Endangered Textile Traditions to be held at SOAS on the 18th and 19th of January.

18/01/13
  • World Eco Fibre & Textile (WEFT) Art
  • WEFT explores the three dimensionality of textile art through installations and sculptural constructions, where contemporary textile artists are currently taking fibre sculpture into new areas.

30/01/13

March

April

18/04/13
18/04/13
19/04/13
30/04/13

May

02/05/13
  • Sake Tasting
  • Several types of Japanese Sake tasting with Japanese music AFTER FIVE, which encourage book enthusiast and non-book enthusiasts to come and have a look at the new exhibition at Brunei Gallery.

09/05/13
  • Calligraphy
  • Nobu Takeuchi and others
  • Nobu Takeuchi and others present your name in Japanese.  If you wish, why not have a go and learn how to do it yourself.

18/05/13
  • Gagaku and Japanese Tea ceremony
  • Dr Hughes (SOAS), Mr Shimizu (Tenri University) and Master Mineko Miura
  • Gagaku - Dr Hughes (SOAS) and Mr Shimizu, the head of Tenri cultural centre in Koln present Gagaku, the oldest surviving orchestra in the world.
    Japanese tea ceremony – Enshuryu School presented by Master Mineko Miura from Holland.  

23/05/13

June

08/06/13
  • Origami
  • Mr Masa Takeuchi
  • Mr Masa Takeuchi, Central St. Martin graduate, presents the art of Origami

13/06/13
  • Origami
  • Mr Masa Takeuchi
  • Mr Masa Takeuchi, Central St. Martin graduate, presents the art of Origami

15/06/13
  • Calligraphy
  • Nobu Takeuchi and others
  • Nobu Takeuchi and others present your name in Japanese.  If you wish, why not have a go and learn how to do it yourself.

20/06/13
  • Origami and Calligraphy
  • Nobu Takeuchi and Masa Takeuchi
  • Nobu Takeuchi and others present your name in Japanese.  If you wish, why not have a go and learn how to do it yourself.

July

11/07/13
  • Sanctuary: Home, Away, the Common Ground
  • Sanctuary Artists present the exploration of the cultural, political, social and environmental differences and commonalities that construct the concept of Sanctuary from the perspective of ‘Home, Away and Common Ground’.

October

December

12/12/13