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We are pleased to announce the Call for Manuscript Submissions for the Art Research Center's journal ART RESEARCH vol. 23-1, 23-2, and 23-3. The publication has been reborn as an online journal.

As an academic journal specializing in arts and culture, the purpose of ART RESEARCH is to widely publicize the results of the research projects and activities conducted by the Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University, and its partner institutions and collaborative researchers.

Since its establishment in 1998, the Art Research Center (ARC) has been selected for several national grants as a center of excellence for research in culture, art, and information science. In FY2019, the center assumed the role as the International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art & Culture (ARC-iJAC) upon its accreditation by the MEXT as an International Joint Usage/Research Center. The ARC is highly regarded as a leading hub for the digital archiving of Japanese art and culture.

Our online journal will be published three times per year, and at the end of the fiscal year, a print booklet compiling all contributions will be distributed..

We accept manuscripts anytime as we hope to increase the submission opportunities for researchers.

We look forward to receiving your manuscript.

Read more>>

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January 29, 2022(Sat)

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The Art Research Center (ARC) is pleased to announce the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture on January 29, 2022 that is jointly organized by the ARC and the Institute of Humanities, Human and Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University. >> Click here to register<<

Date and Time: January 29 (Sat), 2022 13:00 - 15:00 (JST)

1. Speaker: Rika Yamamoto (Associate Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: ツーリズムが求める産業遺産の歴史性とデジタルテクノロジー (→ Synopsis)

2. Speaker: Nozomu Ataka (Research Assistant, International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC), Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: 文化資源から見たツーリズム 〜小型案内記・絵図から見た江戸時代の奈良半日観光 (→ Synopsis)

Commentators:

Yukio Teratoko (Associate Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Yuji Miyata (Research Assistant, International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC), Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University)

Organized by: Institute of Humanities, Human and Social Sciences and Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University


Participation: Online via Zoom (free of charge)

Registration: Advance registration is required (limited capacity of 400)

>> Click here to register<<

Please refer to the website of the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture for details (in Japanese).

**Please note that this lecture will be held in Japanese.

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January 22, 2022(Sat)

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The Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University, is pleased to announce the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture on January 22, 2022. >> Click here to register<<

Date and Time: January 22 (Sat), 2022 13:00 - 14:30 (JST)

Speaker: Hirotaka Sato (Assistant Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: デジタル・アーカイブによる地域文化資源の発見と活用 (→ Synopsis)

Organized by: Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University


Participation: Online via Zoom (free of charge)

Registration: Advance registration is required (limited capacity of 400)

>> Click here to register<<

Please refer to the website of the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture for details (in Japanese).

**Please note that this lecture will be held in Japanese.

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January 19, 2022(Wed)

The Art Research Center (ARC) would like to express its deepest condolences on the passing of Professor Masayuki Uemura, Research Advisor of the Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies (RCGS), Ritsumeikan University.

As the lead architect of Nintendo's Family Computer and Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Professor Uemura played a pivotal role in shaping and developing the digital games industry in Japan and worldwide. He had been teaching as a professor at Ritsumeikan University since 2004.

At the same time as Professor Uemura was appointed to the university, he also set up a research project at the Art Research Center that focused on the development of preservation methods for digital games and video documentation. Even after he had become the first director of the Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies (RCGS) in 2011, he continued his research on Japanese traditional performing arts at the Art Research Center. He built an archive of Noh chants called 'yokyoku' that led to the creation of digital games, among other research activities.

Since his appointment to the university, Professor Uemura visited many game-related institutions in Japan and abroad and made an invaluable contribution to connecting game-related research institutions and researchers. His achievements have been recognized worldwide, with his obituary appearing in the New York Times and the New Yorker.

We are profoundly grateful to Professor Uemura for his enormous contribution to Ritsumeikan University and this center.

Every year in autumn, the Japan Foundation (JF) Kyoto Office organizes the event An Evening of Noh and Kyogen to provide an opportunity for overseas students and others to experience traditional Japanese culture.

Due to COVID-19, the Japan Foundation has taken a new approach to the event by filming the production without an audience in cooperation with the Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University, and releasing the video to the public free of charge for one year.

Please enjoy this video.


Presented by: The Japan Foundation Kyoto Office

In cooperation with: The Kongo Noh Theatre Foundation, Shigeyama Kyogen Troupe, Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University

**For a programme synopsis, please visit the website of the Japan Foundation: https://www.jpf.go.jp/e/world/kyoto/2021/12-01.html

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JAPAN SEARCH has launched an online gallery and two accompanying promotional videos about the world of kabuki based on the virtual exhibition The Most Curiosity Kabuki World of the Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University.

>>JAPAN SEARCH Online Gallery 'The Most Curiosity Kabuki World'

>>ARC Virtual Exhibition 'The Most Curiosity Kabuki World'

〇 PV The Most Curiosity Kabuki World (Part 1)

〇 PV The Most Curiosity Kabuki World (Part 2)

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December 20, 2021(Mon)

We are pleased to announce the Call for Manuscript Submissions for the Art Research Center's journal ART RESEARCH volume 22-2. The publication has been reborn as an online journal.

The purpose of the journal is to widely publicize the results of the research projects and activities conducted by the Art Research Center and its partner institutions and collaborative researchers. As an academic journal specializing in arts and culture, it has received many contributions from industry experts every year.

Since its establishment in 1998, the Art Research Center (ARC) has been selected for several national grants as a center of excellence for research in culture, art, and information science. In FY2019, the center assumed the role as the International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art & Culture (ARC-iJAC) upon its accreditation by the MEXT as an International Joint Usage/Research Center. The ARC is highly regarded as a leading hub for the digital archiving of Japanese art and culture.

Our online journal will be published several times a year, and at the end of the fiscal year, a print booklet summarizing all contributions will be distributed..

By accepting manuscripts any time from now, we hope to greatly increase the submission opportunities for researchers.

We look forward to receiving your manuscript submission.

Read more>>

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The Art Research Center (ARC) is pleased to inform that we are organizing two sessions of the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture, a public lecture series by Ritsumeikan University. Participation is free of charge.

1. Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture (3349th session) >> Click here to register<<

Date and Time: January 22 (Sat), 2022 13:00 - 14:30 (JST)

Speaker: Hirotaka Sato (Assistant Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: デジタル・アーカイブによる地域文化資源の発見と活用 (→ Synopsis)

2. Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture (3350th session) >> Click here to register<<

Date and Time: January 29 (Sat), 2022 13:00 - 15:00 (JST)

1. Speaker: Rika Yamamoto (Associate Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: ツーリズムが求める産業遺産の歴史性とデジタルテクノロジー (→ Synopsis)

2. Speaker: Nozomu Ataka (Research Assistant, International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC), Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University)

Topic: 文化資源から見たツーリズム 〜小型案内記・絵図から見た江戸時代の奈良半日観光 (→ Synopsis)

Commentators:

Yukio Teratoko (Associate Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University)

Yuji Miyata (Research Assistant, International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC), Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University)

**Jointly organized with the Institute of Humanities, Human and Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University.


Participation: Online via Zoom (free of charge)

Registration: Advance registration is required (limited capacity of 400)

Please refer to the website of the Ritsumeikan University Special Saturday Lecture for details (in Japanese).

**Please note that these lectures will be held in Japanese.

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November 8, 2021(Mon)

The Art Research Center (ARC) is pleased to announce that its academic journal ART RESEARCH vol.22-1 has been released as an e-journal for the first time.

Furthermore, we are accepting manuscripts for our next issue. We are looking forward to your manuscript submission.

Click here for vol.22-1.

Click here for the Call for Manuscript Submissions vol.22-2.

Japan Search has launched an online gallery based on the digital exhibition 'Japanese Legends of the Supernatural World' (「日本の伝説 異界展」) created by the Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University.

Following the introduction of the legend of Tengu, we are delighted to announce the release of a second PV about Kintaro--a child of superhuman strength from Japanese folklore--who later became known as Sakata no Kintoki in his adult life.

The PV features various woodblock prints from the ARC Ukiyo-e Portal Database.

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