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  • 08 Jan 2018 2:30 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)



    Melbourne Symphony's violinist Isin Cakmakcioglu and Tokyo pianist Maki Ono will showcase a variety of master works from the classical repertoire as well as the outstanding contemporary Australian composition "Burst" by Howard Dillon. 



    Venue: Steinway Salon, Matsuo Hall, Hibiya Marine Building B1, 1-5-1 Yurakucho, Tokyo

    Date &Time: 8 January 2018, 14.30 door open, 15.00 start

    For more detail, https://www.facebook.com/tokyorecital

    Tokyo Recital in Celebration of "Australia Now" has received grant funding from the Australia-Japan Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


  • 23 Nov 2017 1:04 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    This year at JFF 2017, expect to find old tales with new tricks and classic plots with refreshing stories. Fresh faces will grace the silver screen, alongside veterans who’ll shock, delight, and melt hearts. 

  • 04 Nov 2017 10:00 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Mary and the Witch's Flower's premier is also taking place at the Madman Anime Festival Melbourne!

    For the tickets and more information, click their website.

  • 22 Oct 2017 5:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Date & Time: Sunday 22 October, 5 pm (for 75 mins, no intermission)

    Venue: Church of All Nations, 180 Palmerston Street, Carlton)

    Tickets: $20 (Online), $25 at the door

    Booking Link: https://www.trybooking.com/QYWW


  • 14 Oct 2017 9:00 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Presented by the Bonsai Society of Victoria Inc., the exhibition showcases a broad range of traditional Japanese styles as well as contemporary approaches to bonsai art


  • 28 Sep 2017 6:30 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Pop Up Event: Tomokazu Matsuyama - Baby it is cold outside

    One of the hottest young artists on the international contemporary art market, New York’s Tomokazu Matsuyama has created a museum quality show for his third solo exhibition in Melbourne at Lesley Kehoe Galleries. Beguiling curved canvases join quirky sculptures to create a stunning gallery installation. In tune with the current zeitgeist of remixing, the artist appropriates freely from his bi-cultural background: American Abstract Expressionism and Action Painting are in happy dalliance with traditional Kano School painting, Hokusai and ukiyoe with a loving reference to Ito Jakuchu’s famous rooster. The artist’s most pertinent commentary on the differing perspectives when cultures collide is perhaps found in the work #BFF Red Splash. Against an AbEx background, he has abstracted figures from Japan’s now art historically revered ‘shunga’ (spring pictures) complete with reference to the 19th century brown paper squares of censorship.

    Learn more during the evening with insightful commentary from Studio Director, Byron Bowman Kehoe (Tomokazu Matsuyama Studio New York).

    Sponsored by CHOYA

    Date: Thursday 28 September

    Time: 6:30pm ~ 8:30pm

    Venue: Lesley Kehoe Gallaries, Ground Floor (rear) 101 Collins St Melbourne
    (03) 9671 4311
    gallery@kehoe.com.au

    RSVP Essential from HERE.

    *Please enter 101 Collins St via the rear entrance at 112 Flinders Lane (next to flight center) after 6 PM

    *Evening Parking is available at the rear of 101 Collins St for a flat rate of $12 – Le Garage 111 Flinders Lane

    The Exhibition is open till 13 October, Tues - Friday, 11am ~ 5pm.

  • 25 Sep 2017 7:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    The University of Melbourne will hold the Japanese Australian Poetry Festival, which is being jointly run by Creative Writing and the Asia Institute at the University of Melbourne in the last week of September, coinciding with the centenary of Japanese language education. The festival celebrates poetry from the Japanese-Australian community as well as Japanese influences on poetry in Australia.

    Please check the link for the information.



  • 21 Sep 2017 11:23 AM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    OzAsia Festival is Australia’s premier international arts festival focusing on Asia. 

    Under current Festival Director Joseph Mitchell, the annual program features the finest theatre, dance, music, film, talks and visual arts that Asia has to offer.

    Please read a feature article about one of the Japanese shows, vocaloid performer Hatsune Miku in ‘’The End’’ written by Keiichiro Shibuya, which will be really exciting! 

    http://indaily.com.au/arts-and-culture/festivals/2017/07/25/worlds-first-virtual-opera-coming-to-adelaide/ 

    To View the program, click HERE.

    Date: 21 September - 8 October

    Venue: Adelaide Festival Centre, King William Street, Adelaide


  • 16 Sep 2017 2:00 PM | Office Administrator (Administrator)

    Koshira Tatekawa returns! Do not miss it!

    Saturday Rakugo & Networking & Sake Tasting

    If you stay for networking, you can taste 'Ranman' brand sake with great food!!

    Date: Saturday 16 September

    Time: 14:00 ~, networking from 15:40pm ~

    Venue: Horse Bazzar, 397 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

    Price:  Adult $50 (including networking), Child $30; Adult $30 (without networking), Child $15 (under 16)

    https://www.facebook.com/events/297501284056246/?ti=cl


    Sunday Rakugo

    Date: Sunday 17 September

    Time: 15:30 open, 16:30 start

    Venue: Tokyo Deli, 407 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick

    Price: Adult $25, Child $18


    Booking for both events: hmhpmel@hotmail.com 

    Please write your name, required number of tickets (Adult/Child), contact number

    No cancellation accepted 

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