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The 84th International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, May 12, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows (20 minutes each, including 5 minutes for Q&A):

1. 18:00 - 18:20 

Topic: Documenting Traditional Crafts in Kyoto: Focusing on 3D Photogrammetry of a Climbing Kiln
(京都の伝統工芸の記録―登り窯の3D写真測量を中心にー)

Speaker: Masaaki KIDACHI (Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

2. 18:20 - 18:40

Topic: Candi Borobudur: Its Relief Styles (チャンディ・ボロブドゥール:浮彫の様式)

Speaker: Takahiro NISHIBAYASHI (Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

3. 18:40 - 19:00

Topic: Appeal Improvement for Cultural Assets Advertisement Following Scriptwriting Technique (脚本術に従った文化資産広告シナリオの訴求力向上)

Speaker: Hiromitsu SHIMAKAWA (Professor, College of Information Science & Engineering)

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Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: online via Zoom, free of charge

The 83rd International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, April 28, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows:

1. The Problem of Distance in Digital Art History: Using the ResearchSpace Knowledge system to capture research methods and thinking. (in English)

Speaker: Dominic Oldman (Head of ResearchSpace & Senior Curator, British Museum, UK)

Abstract: This paper describes a different approach to the use of digital technology and particularly data. This approach views computer systems not just as a way of publishing quantitative references and finding aids but also as environments for representing thinking, interpretations, and arguments. It will use examples from various projects, including the British Museum's Late Hokusai site. These examples show how principles of knowledge representation can be combined with humanities research methods to remove fragmentation and represent complex context. In doing so, ResearchSpace addresses the intellectual, as well as physical aspects, required to fully investigate and analyse research questions using digital tools.

2. Various Needs of Chinese Classics in East Asia / 東アジアにおける漢籍需要の多様性 (in Japanese)

Speaker: Riku TONO (Assistant Professor, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University)

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Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: online, free of charge (no reservation required)

*This Webinar is open to everyone, and non-ARC members are also invited to participate.

Please click here to watch the Webinar on YouTube.

Webinar | Scenic Views and Supernatural Beings: New Themes in 19th-century Ukiyo-e Prints

The Art Research Center (ARC) is pleased to annouce the Academic Exchange Webinar Scenic Views and Supernatural Beings: New Themes in 19th-century Ukiyo-e Prints--organized by JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles--with Hollis Goodall, Curator of Japanese Art, LACMA and advisor to Scripps College, Claremont and Professor Ryo Akama (College of Letters, RU), Deputy Director of the ARC.

Date & Time: Tues, 20 April, 2021 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (JST) / Mon, April 19, 2021 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM (PDT)

Participation: Online (Registration required)

Program & Registration Link: https://www.japanhousela.com/events/scenic-views-and-supernatural-beings/

Organizer: JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles

The 82nd International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, April 14, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows:

"Muslim Material Cultures of Maritime Asia" (in English)

Speaker: R. Michael Feener (Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University / Associate Member, Faculty of History, University of Oxford)

This presentation presents an introduction to the art and architecture of the Maritime Muslim world of Southern Asia, tracing the historical processes through which Islam took root in diverse societies across this interconnected region, as they simultaneously came to be integrated within an expanding world of Islam over the medieval and early modern periods.

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Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: online, free of charge (no reservation required)

*This Webinar is open to everyone, and non-ARC members are also invited to participate.

Please click here to watch the Webinar on YouTube.

nagaekimono.pngEvent Dates: Saturday, March 20 & Sunday, March 21, 2021

The Art Research Center (ARC) is pleased to announce the special exhibition "Kimono no Mushiboshi Ten" (「着物の虫干し展」) at the Nagae Family Residence, a designated tangible cultural property by the city of Kyoto.

Exhibited are daily-used kimonos that are taken from the storehouse and air-dried in the sun - a traditional Japanese practice called Mushiboshi - to prevent the clothes from the damage of insects and mold.

In the space of the traditional Kyo-machiya (wooden townhouse), kimonos from the early Showa period and tools of the trade and daily life of that time are shown. At the same time, there will be an exhibition of the research in digital archiving by Ritsumeikan University in a separate tatami room.

Organised by: Hoosiers Corporation

Co-organised by: Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University

nagaeke.png★ Background

Designated as a tangible cultural property by the city of Kyoto, the Nagae Family Residence has been restored to how it looked when the building was constructed 150 years ago. The Nagae family used to be merchants of the kimono fabric. After Ritsumeikan University was donated a collection of items belonging to the Nagae Family Residence, the Art Research Center (ARC) began to digital-archive this collection and subsequently became involved in the planning and managing of the Byobu Matsuri (folding screen festival) held at the Nagae Family Residence during the Gion Festival, as well as other activities at the residence.

Advance booking required

Reservations are accepted by e-mail.

Please book a time slot: ①10:00 ②11:00 ③12:00 ④13:00 ⑤14:00 ⑥15:00

Each session will be limited to 5 groups (maximum 10 people). Please provide the following information for your reservation:

Name, number of people, address, phone number.

Special privileges only at this exhibition

Photography is permitted within the rules.

You will receive an original postcard of the Nagae Family Residence, with a choice of five different motives!

Inquiries & registration

E-mail: nagaeke@hoosiers.co.jp

Phone: 075-353-7512 (weekdays only)

Fax:075-353-7513

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March 11, 2021(Thu)

kowatarisarasa-fu.jpgDutch Textiles in Global History: Interconnections of Trade, Design, and Labour, 1600-2000

Date: March 11 & 12, 2021

Time: 9:00-12:30 CET (17:00-20:30 JST)

Venue: via Zoom

The online workshop "Dutch Textiles in Global History: Interconnections of Trade, Design, and Labour, 1600-2000" is co-organized by the ARC with colleagues from Utrecht University (the Netherlands) and Hosei University, Tokyo. During this workshop, an interdisciplinary range of scholars will discuss the role of Dutch textiles in global markets from the seventeenth century to the late twentieth century.

Click here for the preliminary program.

Click here for the abstracts.

Registration: Should you be interested in attending the workshop, please fill out this contact form with Subject: "Workshop March 2021".

Date : Friday, February 19, 13:00~17:50 (JST) and Saturday, February 20, 13:00~17:50 (JST)
Venue : Online(Zoom, YouTube)

Organised by:International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC) & Program for Supporting Research Center Formation, Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University


※This event is open to everyone, and non-ARC members are also invited to participate via the following link:
ARC Youtube Channel

Program ※Please note that the program may be subject to change.

February 19 (Fri)
13:00-13:05 Opening Remarks
13:05-14:35 Report Session/Program for Supporting Research Center Formation (15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

1. A Project on the Intellectual Linkage of Large-Scale Cultural Information
Project Leader: Ryo AKAMA, Professor, College of Letters, RU
2. Playing in the City of Kyoto - Construction of a Virtual Kyoto Using VR and AR
Project Leader: Naomi KAWASUMI, Assoc. Professor, College of Letters, RU
Presenter: Hirotaka SATO, Asst. Professor, College of Letters, RU
3.Construction and Transmission of a Kyoto Street Culture Archive
Project Leader: Shinya SAITO, Assoc. Professor, Coll. of Image Arts and Sciences, RU
4. A System Development Project for Exhibition of Images Such as Ukiyo-e Through the Means of Games - Encourage Players to Smile While Playing Games Bring More Enjoyment
Project Leader: Ruck THAWONMAS, Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Presenter: Sunee SAE-LAO, M2 (Graduated in Sep 2020), Coll. of Information Science and Engineering
5. Acoustic sound reconstruction and playing-support with traditional instruments
Project Leader: Takanobu NISHIURA, Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
6. Project of developing evaluation datasets for ARC collection databases
Project Leader: Akira MAEDA, Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Presenters: Jiayun WANG, D3, Grad. School of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Yuting SONG, Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Grad. School of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Biligsaikhan BATJARGAL, Senior Researcher, Kinugasa Research Org., RU

14:35-14:50 -Break (15 mins)-
14:50-15:20 Report Session/Program for Supporting Research Center Formation(15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

7. Play between creativity and learning
Project Leader: Akinori NAKAMURA, Professor, Coll. of Image Arts and Sciences, RU
Presenter: Yasuo KAWASAKI, Visiting Researcher, Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies
8. Collaborative Project ①The Construction of a "Playable Kyoto Cultural Resources Archive" using AI and a Time Travel Game System
Project Leaders: Ruck THAWONMAS, Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Presenters: Shinya SAITO, Assoc. Professor, Coll. of Image Arts and Sciences, RU
Naomi KAWASUMI, Associate Professor, College of Letters, RU

15:20-16:20 Report Session/ARC-iJAC(15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

9. Infrastructure Development of Digital Research Environment for Modern Woodblock-printed Kuchi-e (Frontispieces)
Project Leader: Tomoo ASAHI, Independent Researcher
Presenter: Kana TSUNEKI, Ph.D. Candidate, Grad. School of Letters, RU / Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Kurume College

10. A Study on the Construction of a Theater Material Image Search System that Utilizes the Theater Performance Record Database
Project Leader: Sachiko MUTO, Chief Librarian, Shochiku Otani Library
11. Fundamental research for digital reproduction of Kabuki in Genroku era  
Project Leader: Masami IWAI, Professor, English and Int'l Studies, Meijyo University
12. A Database Construction of Old Japanese Manuscripts and an Analysis Using Machine Learning
Project Leader: Toshiaki AIDA, Lecturer, Grad. School of Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering in Health System, Okayama University

16:20-16:35 -Break (15 mins)-
16:35-17:50 Report Session/ARC-iJAC (15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

13. A Study on the Construction of "The Kamo River Old Photograph GIS Database" and Analysis of River Environment Transitions
Project Leader: Takafusa IIZUKA, Associate Professor, Faculty of Regional Policy, Aichi University
14. A Study of a System to Support Community Study on Kyoto's Townscape and its Changes
Project Leader: Akira TAKAHASHI, Visiting Researcher, Cyber Media Center, Osaka University
15. Digital Archive of the Techniques, Processing and Enjoyment of Manga and Anime with its Focus on International Spread and Propagation of Culture 
Project Leader: Ryosuke YAMANISHI, Assoc. Professor, Faculty of Informatics, Kansai University
Presenters: Dr. Ryosuke YAMANISHI, Susumu NAKATA, Professor, Yoko NISHIHARA, Assoc. Professor, College of Information Science and Engineering, RU
16. Digital Archive Project of Japanese Arts in the Collection of Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, India
Project Leader: Shinya MAEZAKI, Associate Professor, Dept. of Apparel and Space Design, Kyoto Women's University
17. Cultural salons and the visual arts in Kyoto and Osaka, 1750-1900: Digitizing Kamigata surimono and paintings
Project Leader: Andrew GERSTLE, Emeritus Professor, SOAS University of London

February 20 (Sat)
13:00-14:15 Report Session/Program for Supporting Research Center Formation (15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

1. Research project on the Japanese cultural resources using the concept of "Metahistory" or "Les lieux de mémoire"
Project Leader: Koichi HOSOI, Professor, College of Image Arts and Sciences, RU
Presenter: Hitomi Mori, D2, Yuji MIYATA, D1, Toshinari Tsuji, M1, Graduate School of Letters, RU
2. Play and Discovery in Kanji Characters
Project Leader: Lin MENG, Assoc. Professor, College of Image Arts and Sciences, RU
3. Visualization for Re-experiencing the Psychology/Festival using VR Technology
Project Leader: Kyoko HASEGAWA, Lecturer, College of Information Science and Engineering, RU
4. Generation Z Web Content Archiving Project
Project Leader: Yumi TAKENAKA, Professor, Grad. School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, RU
Presenter: Shunsuke Mukae, D7, Grad. School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, RU
5. Collaborative Project ② Learning about Kyoto Ukiyo-e landscapes by Playing Minecraft.
Project Leaders: Prof. Koichi HOSOI, Prof. Ruck THAWONMAS, Prof. Akinori NAKAMURA
Presenter: Toshinari TSUJI, Graduate School of Letters, RU

14:15-14:30 Break (15 mins)
14:30-15:00 Report Session/Program for Supporting Research Center Formation (15mins. each incl. Q&As)

6. Collaborative Project ③ About the Digitization, Preservation and Organization of the Shirakawa Shizuka Collection
Project Leaders: Lin MENG, Associate Professor, College of Information Science and Engineering
Akira MAEDA, Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
Fumio GOTO, Associate Professor, The Shirakawa Shizuka Institute of East Asian Characters and Culture/Grad. School of Professional Teacher Education
Presenter: LI Kangying, D2, Grad. School of Information Science and Engineering, RU
7. Collaborative Project ④ Visualization of Mind of Generation Z
Project Leaders: Prof. Yumi TAKENAKA, Dr. Kyoko HASEGAWA
Presenters: Takahiro MORI, D4, Grad. School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, RU

15:00-16:00 Report Session/ARC-iJAC (15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

8. Research of Kyoto-based Global Development of Printing Techniques and Designs
Project Leader: Aya UEDA, Part-time Lecturer, Kwansei Gakuin University/ Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts
9. Construction of a 3D Model Database of Japanese Armor in the Collection of the Tokushima Castle Museum, Tokushima City
Project Leader: Akihiro TSUKAMOTO, Associate Professor, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Tokushima University
10. Automatic Extraction of Personal Information of Historical Characters from Nihon Jinmei Jiten by Yaichi Haga and Creation of Structured Data
Project Leader: Fuminori KIMURA, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Management and Information Science, Onomichi City University
11.「Developing Online Education and Research Using the Holdings of the C.V. Starr East Asian Library and the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive at the University of California, Berkeley」
Project Leader: Jonathan ZWICKER, Assoc. Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Presenter: Prof. Ryo AKAMA, Professor, College of Letters, RU

16:00-16:15 -Break(15mins.)-
16:15-16:45 ARC-iJAC Technical Support Board Workshop
16:45-17:45 Report Session/ARC-iJAC (15 mins. each incl. Q&As)

12. A Comprehensive Online Catalog of the Japanese Artworks in Europe and North America: Its Construction and Application 
Project Leader: Monica BINCSIK, Assistant Curator, Department of Asian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Presenter: Prof. Ryo AKAMA, Professor, College of Letters, RU
13. Digital Archiving of Indonesian Cultural Heritage and Development of 4D High-Definition Visualization Contents
Project Leader: Dr. Fadjar I. THUFAIL, Researcher, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
Presenters: Dr. Fadjar I. THUFAIL, Liang LI, Assoc. Professor, Coll. of Information Science and Engineering, RU
14. 「Edo Period Map Goes Digital - The O Edo ezu as an Interactive Resource」
Project Leader: Michael KINSKI, Professor, Japanese Studies, Frankfurt University
Presenters: Prof. Michael KINSKI / Leo BORN, MA Student, Heidelberg University / Koray BIRENHEIDE, MA Student, Frankfurt University
15. Using Digital Archives to Create a Research Network of Japanese Cultural Resources in the UK and Utilizing Digital Resources for Japanese Studies 
Project Leader: Ryoko MATSUBA, Senior Digital Humanities Officer, SISJAC

17:45-17:50 Closing remarks

The 81st International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, January 20, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows:

"Hokusai's drawings for Banbutsu ehon daizen zu (1829) and how they can be represented in the British Museum's ResearchSpace" (in English)

Speaker: Timothy Clark (Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Asia, the British Museum)

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Date: Wednesday, January 20, 2020 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: via Zoom (details via our mailing list)

The 80th International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, January 13, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows:

1. "Digital Musicology???" (in Japanese)

Speaker: Michiru KODERA (Associate Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

2. "The Notion of the Work in Dance: Practical and Theoretical Inquiry to Its Problematics" (in Japanese)

Speaker: Hokuto KODAMA (Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University)

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Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2020 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: online, free of charge (no reservation required)

*This Webinar is open to everyone, and non-ARC members are also invited to participate.

Please click here to watch the Webinar on YouTube.

The 79th International ARC Seminar will be held as a Webinar on Wednesday, December 16, starting at 18:00 JST.

The program is as follows:

1. "The Representation of Korean Female Ghost: the Influence of Japanese Kabuki" (in Japanese)

Speaker: Dr. Mikyung BAK (Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University)

2. "The Possibility of Related Materials in Game Preservation" (in Japanese)

Speaker: Hitomi MOHRI (Ph.D. Candidate, Digital Humanities for Arts and Cultures, Graduate School of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

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Date: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 18:00 - 19:30 JST

Participation: online, free of charge (no reservation required)

*This Webinar is open to everyone, and non-ARC members are also invited to participate.

Please click here to watch the Webinar on YouTube.

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