The ARC Summer Newsletter is available (July 2022) ※本文は英語で2022年7月26日(火)With the establishment of the International Joint Digital Archiving Center for Japanese Art and Culture (ARC-iJAC) in 2019, the Art Research Center strives to push the internationalization of research activities that transcend disciplines and geographic boundaries.
The ARC will be closed from Aug 11 to Aug 17 due to the Obon holiday break. Please note that we will not be able to respond to your inquiries or visits during this period. Thank you for your kind understanding in advance.Recently, we welcomed Prof. Monte Cassim, the President of Akita International University (AIU), and Prof. Akitoshi Seiyama, the Director of AIU's Creative Design & Data Science Center, to the ARC.
Furthermore, we were delighted to meet Ms. Pei Liu, Senior Partnerships Manager at Nottingham Trent University, UK.We created this video for the Comprehensive Digitization and Discoverability Program (CDDP) of the North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources (NCC).
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Please contact us!Prof. Hans B. Thomsen, the Chair for East Asian Art History at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, has been conducting two ARC-iJAC projects under the theme of 'Tracing the Reception of Japanese Art in the West' by investigating the collections of Freiburg im Breisgau and Monte Verità. >> Read the interview.
Pre-war Programs (sujigaki) of the Kabuki-za Theater, Tokyo, have been released in the Shochiku Otani Library's Shibai Banzuke Browsing System The Shibai Banzuke Portal Database, developed and made available by the ARC, allows users to simultaneously search the ARC's banzuke collection and that of the Shochiku Otani Library and other institutions. Along with the release of the digitized pre-war theater programs (筋書; sujigaki) of the Kabuki-za (歌舞伎座) held by the Shochiku Otani Library, the pre-war sujigaki of the Imperial Theater (帝国劇場) held by the ARC are also available. >> Read more. Explore 'The Kyoto News Archive' in the ARC Virtual InstituteIn collaboration with the Toy Film Museum Kyoto, the ARC has built a digital archive of Kyoto News, newsreels produced by Kyoto City and shown in movie theatres between 1956 and 1994. < ARC Virtual Institute: The Kyoto News Archive > Special Exhibition at the Nara Prefecture Historical and Artistic Culture Complex Showcases Research Outcomes of the ARC from July 23 to Sep 19Based on a research cooperation agreement with Nara Prefecture, the project outcomes on the digital archiving and 3D visualization of Taimadera Temple in Nara, led by Prof. Satoshi Tanaka (College of Information Science and Engineering, RU), are showcased at the Nara Prefecture Historical and Artistic Culture Complex.
Free entry! >> Read more.
The Byobu Matsuri (Folding Screen Festival) was held at the Nagae Family Residence The Byobu Matsuri, or Folding Screen Festival, was held at the Nagae Family Residence--designated by Kyoto City as a tangible cultural property--from July 14 to July 16, 2022. The ARC has been digital-archiving the collection of the Nagae Family after it was donated to Ritsumeikan University. >> Read more. Upcoming Events
July 23 (Sat) - Sep 19 (Mon)
Special Exhibition 'Researching Cultural Heritages'
Location: Nara Prefecture Historical and Artistic Culture Complex
>> Official website of the Nara Prefecture Historical and Artistic Culture ComplexSAVE THE DATE!September 16 & 17 (Sat/ Sun)ARC Days 2022
Details will be announced on the ARC website shortly.
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