Nikkei Australia’s Mayu Kanamori and Elysha Rei will talk about their art and arts practice at an online symposium on 1 December 2023.
Nikkei Australia’s Mayu Kanamori to give a talk about Australian multiculturalism and Nikkei migration
Nikkei Australia’s Mayu Kanamori will give a talk about multiculturalism and Nikkei migrants at Matsuyama University, Japan.
Nikkei Australia Chair Elysha Rei will give an online talk about her Nikkei experiences as an artist and her connection with her Japanese grandmother.
A Japanese language production of Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens by Mayu Kanamori will make its Japan debut in 2024.
JAFCO or「つな豪未来」is a new community group for young adults with childhood connections to Japan.
Nikkei Australia’s Dr Rebecca Hausler pays tribute to Professor Carol Hayes.
The Past Wrongs Future Choices project website is now live.
Nikkei Australia member Christine Piper’s award winning novel After Darkness has been published in Japanese.
Nikkei Australia members Dr Keiko Tamura and Elysha Rei will present a talk – ‘Japanese War Brides – a Queensland Story’ in Brisbane.
Nikkei Australia member Andrew Hasegawa awarded Scholar in Residence fellowship, Past Wrongs Future Choices Project
Nikkei Australia member Andrew Hasegawa has been awarded a Scholar in Residence Fellowship in the the Past Wrongs, Future Choices project.