Australian Embassy
Tokyo
Japan

Upcoming events

 

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Stella Donnelly Flood Japan Tour

29 November-3 December 2022
Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka
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29 November Ebisu Liquidroom
30 November Shibuya Club Quattro
2 December Nagoya Club Quattro
3 December Umeda Club Quattro

Stella Donnelly

 

Ray Chen Violin recital 2022

30 November 2022
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall)

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© John Mac

Ray Chen

 

Ray Chen performances with the NHK Symphony Orchestra

23-24、26-27 November 2022
Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka

NHK Symphony Orchestra Subscription Concerts 2022-2023 No. 1970 Subscription (Program B)
23 November Minato-ku, Tokyo (Suntory Hall)
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24 November Minato-ku, Tokyo (Suntory Hall)
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NHK Symphony Orchestra Concert in Osaka
26 November Osaka, Osaka (NHK Osaka Hall)
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NHK Symphony Orchestra Concert in Fukuoka
27 November Fukuoka, Fukuoka (Fukuoka Symphony Hall)
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© John Mac

Ray Chen

 

Tokyo Biennale 2023 Hajimari exhibition vol.2 Slow Art Collective Tokyo

14 November-2 December 2022
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (side of Otemachi Nakadori of the Tokyo Sankei Building)

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https://tokyobiennale.jp/

Online talk "What is Slow Art Collective Tokyo"
18:30-20:00 10 November 2022
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https://artsticker.app/events/1860

Slow Art Collective

 

Australia Week at Kanagawa University

14-28 November 2022
Yokohama, Kanagawa (Minato Mirai and Yokohama campus)
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Talk and Live performance by GOMA
15 November 17:00- Pre-register here

 

Festival of the Fantastic in Australian and Japanese Arts

Volcana Brainstorm - Fantastic Sketch Edition - Elena Knox artist workshop
19 November

Translation Day - Masterclass featuring: Isobelle Carmody - Foreign Cultures and the Fantastic
28 November

Poster Exhibition
14-28 November

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Stelarc at HUMAN / CODE ENSEMBLE

3-4 November 2022
Yokohama, Kanagawa (Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall)

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Talk event on 10 October
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Stelarc

 

Roland Nancarrow's 'the nature of the Tropics' exhibition

2-26 November 2022
Osaka, Osaka (galarie popelier)
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Roland Nancarrow

 

Book launch of "Alter-Politics: Critical Anthropology and the Radical Imagination" by Ghassan Hage

22 October 2022
Minato-ku, Tokyo (Keio University), online
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【Hossein Valamanesh】Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2000-2022 Memorial Exhibition Series
-Artists Still Alive in Echigo-Tsumari

20-31 October 2022
Tokamachi-city, Niigata(Museum on Echigo-Tsumari, MonET)
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Australian TV drama "First Day" Series 2 broadcasted by NHK

16 October - 6 November 2022
TV/online

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Obfuscation & Delineation; Navigating the boundaries of the Australian Contemporary Photography

15-30 October 2022
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo (clinic)

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Ken + Julia Yonetani at the Biwako Biennale 2022: Origin

8 October-27 November 2022
Omihachiman, Shiga (Machiya Club, Omihachiman)

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Artist talk on 22 October
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© Ken+ Julia Yonetani Courtesy of the artists and Mizuma Art Gallery

Ken + Julia Yonetani

 

Back to Back Theatre's film "ODDLANDS"/ "SHADOW" screening as part of the Aichi 2022

8-10 October 2022
Nagoya, Aichi (Fushimi millionza)

8 October 17:30 / 19:30
9 October  17:30
*Online talk with the director, Bruce Gladwin 19:30-
10 October  11:30

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 photo:Jeff Busby

 

photo:Jeff Busby          

Back to Back Theatre

 

Daniel Boyd's participation in Okayama Art Summit 2022

30 September - 27 November 2022
Okayama, Okayama

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30 September

Daniel Boyd to participate in the "Artists Talk"

Untitled (PI3), 2013
oil and archival glue on linen 214 x 300 cm
Courtesy of the Artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

 

Four Australian films at the Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2022 Screening in Autumn

29 September-23 October 2022
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum)/online

"Spider", "Bear" and "Shark" by Nash Edgerton

Sunnies” by Ismail Khan

 

Robert Connolly's film with Eric Bana "The Dry" release in Japan

23 September 2022-
Japanese theatres

Distributed by Aeon Entertainment

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©2020 The Dry Film Holdings Pty Ltd and Screen Australia            

 

Jenna Lee's participation in Kyoto Art Center's Artist-in-Residence program

31 August-31 October 2022
Kyoto, Kyoto (Kyoto Art Center)

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Photo:Rhett Hammerton

Jenna Lee

 

Janet Laurence's work at the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2022

30 July - 13 November 2022
Tokamachi-city, Niigata Prefecture (Nunagawa Campus, Uwayu)

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Janet Laurence

 

Australian drama series "FIRES" on Japanese online streaming service in Japan

4 July 2022-
Online (StarchannelEX)
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Heather B. Swann + Nonda Katsalidis at the Setouchi Triennale 2022

Spring: 14 April-18 May   Summer: 5 August-4 September   Autumn: 29 September-6 November
Kou, Teshima, Tonoshocho, Shodo-gun, Kagawa Prefecture

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Photo by Josh Hourigan

Heather B. Swann

 

Justin Kurzel’s film,"Nitram" release in Japan

25 March 2022-

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Australia-related books recently published in Japan

"Alter-Politics: Critical Anthropology and the Radical Imagination" by Ghassan Hage

July 2022-

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"Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the birth of agriculture" by Bruce Pascoe

June 2022-

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"Liberty or Death: The French Revolution" by Peter McPhee

June 2022-

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Masterpieces of Australian Contemporary Literature series ‐ Michelle de Krestser's "Questions of Travel" published in Japan

January 2022-

 

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Archive for past publication before 2021

The Materpieces for Australian Contemporary Literature Series

 

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