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June 12, 2011

Announcement on the Upcoming Summer Genre Painting Workshop

We invite you to join us at the Summer Genre Painting Workshop that will be held according to the following schedule. Please notify us of your attendance in advance. The workshop on both days will be held in Conference Room 2 at the Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University.

 

July 30th (Sat)

13:00-15:00

“’Genre Paintings’ Seen in Art Education in Modern Kyoto,” Masako Yamamoto (PD, Ritsumeikan University)

15:00-17:00

“On Shiki Kōsaku-zu,” Naoko Matsumoto (Curator, Nijo Castle)

 

After the workshop, we will have a social hour at the same location.

 

July 31st (Sun)

13:00-15:00

“A Gaze toward ‘Folkways’ in Modern China: Using Jiang Zhaohe’s Liuwang Tu as a Clue” (provisional title), Motoyuki Kure (Curator, Kyoto National Museum)

15:00-17:00

“The Largest Rakuchū-Rakugai-zu: On the Environment in which the Newly- Discovered Rakuchū-Rakugai-zu Was Produced,” Matthew McKelway (Associate Professor, Columbia University)

 

Workshop Organizers: Ikuyo Matsumoto, Princess Akiko of Mikasa, and SachikoIdemitsu




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