［イベント情報］July 22, 2023(Sat)
On July 22, 2023, Professor Koichi Hosoi (College of Image Arts and Sciences, RU)--Deputy Director of the Art Research Center (ARC)--had a guest appearance on the TV program いけずな京都旅' (Ikezuna Kyoto Tabi) on the channels NHK BS Premium and BS4K.
The theme of the program was 千年メタバースの都 (Capital of a Thousand Years Metaverse).
As part of the program, Professor Shoichi Inoue--Director of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken)--and Takanori Nishikawa visited the Art Research Center (ARC) and experienced the metaverse.［イベント情報］The Release of the Pre-war Programs of the Kabuki-za Theatre in the Shochiku Otani Library's Shibai Banzuke Browsing System was featured in the Tokyo ShimbunAugust 8, 2022(Mon)
On August 8, 2022, the Tokyo Shimbun featured an article on the release of the pre-war programs of the Kabuki-za Theatre in the Shochiku Otani Library's Shibai Banzuke Browsing System (松竹大谷図書館所蔵・芝居番付検索閲覧システム).
As part of the FY 2022 ARC-iJAC project of the Shochiku Otani Library and based on an agreement between the library and the Art Research Center (ARC), the digitized programs have been integrated into the Shochiku Otani Library's Shibai Banzuke Browsing System (松竹大谷図書館所蔵・芝居番付検索閲覧システム), developed and made available to the public by the ARC.［イベント情報］July 8, 2022(Fri)
On July 7, 2022, the Kyoto Shimbun featured an article on the Kyoto News Archive, a digital archiving project led by Professor Keiji Yano (College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University).
The Kyoto News Archive was released in the ARC Virtual Institute on June 24, 2022:
< ARC Virtual Institute: The Kyoto News Archive >［イベント情報］The Future of Culture: Data Spun to Restore Yamahoko in Virtual Space was featured in the Yomiuri ShimbunApril 21, 2022(Thu)
On April 16, 2022, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the research activities of Professor Ryo Akama, Director of the Art Research Center, to digitize valuable cultural resources.［イベント情報］February 28, 2022(Mon)
On February 28, 2022, the Asahi Shimbun featured an article on the joint research project led by Professor Masaaki Kidachi (College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University) on climbing kilns in Gojo-zaka, Kyoto.［イベント情報］January 20, 2022(Thu)
On January 19, 2022, the Heian-kyo Site Database--a project led by Prof. Keiji Yano (Deputy Director of the Art Research Center)--was featured in the NHK program 'まちに残る"平安京"を探せ！'.
Read more about the Heian-kyo Site Database:
Watch the video on the NHK website:
https://www.nhk.or.jp/kyoto-blog/chiebukuro/［イベント情報］December 8, 2021(Wed)
On December 8, 2021, the Yomiuri Shimbun featured an article on the launch of the Heian-kyo Site Database--a project led by Prof. Keiji Yano, Deputy Director of the Art Research Center (ARC).
For more information on the database, please click here.［イベント情報］'Restoring Landscapes by Converting Town Documents into Electronic Data' has been featured in the Kyoto ShimbunOctober 21, 2021(Thu)
Kyoto Shimbun reported on Assistant Professor Hirotaka Sato (College of Letters)--a member of the Art Research Center--who has 'restored' the landscape of Yumiya-cho in the early Meiji era with a digital archive. Yumiya-cho is located in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto.［イベント情報］October 21, 2021(Thu)
On October 21, 2021, the Kyoto Shimbun featured an article on the digital archiving of films that belonged to the late Aimi Akira, initiated by Associate Professor Shinya Saito (College of Image Arts and Sciences)--a member of the Art Research Center.
Professor Saito plans to create a database on these films as part of his project Kyoto Street Culture Archive: Memories of the Pop Culture Featuring the Streets, and their Visualization.［イベント情報］October 17, 2021(Sun)
The crowdfunding initiative of Shochiku Otani Library in Tokyo that Professor Ryo Akama--Deputy Director of the Art Research Center--has been supporting in its digital-archiving activities was featured in the Tokyo Shimbun on October 17, 2021.
The article introduces the 10th anniversary of the crowdfunding initiative that aims at digitizing and making online available severely damaged materials in the library collection.
Nearly half of the donations for the crowdfunding initiative have been made by repeated users, and the number of young users who came to know about the library through crowdfunding has steadily increased.