Water and art – where is the wisdom? Where is the power? Simon Wearne and Kumi Kato, based in Wakama Prefecture, Japan led our final event in the Japan Water series.Read more
The second Japan Water conference centred on the theme of power.
and was an on-line event, Friday 25 June, 2-6pm BST. The recorded talks will soon be available on this website.
Water is a complex and huge subject. This was an on-line event, part of Norfolk and Norwich Festival, held on Friday 21st May, 2-4pm BST. If you missed it you can watch the video of the event hereRead more
If you missed this series of fascinating talks hosted by SISJAC as part of their Third Thursday lecture series, or want to see it again,follow this link for the recordingRead more
Views from art and science on rice farming changes and biodiversity in Japan.Read more
Catch a glimpse of this exhibition and meet the artists via Assembly Online’s virtual preview, held on 1st April 2021. You can watch the video of the event here.Read more
14 April to 31 July 2021 Lisa Keiko Kirton, Jonathan Meuli, Isao Miura, Nana Shiomi, Hakan Topal, Shizuka Tatsuno Japan Water features artists who have been thinking for a long time about the effects of water in Japan. The purity of water is essential for so much of Japanese culture, from food through to paper-making. […]Read more