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Semesters later, students and professors alike still bring to light the amazing work done by Donna Rey, a Visual Communication student from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. On her semester abroad at iCLA, she was able to come up with a beautiful collection of videos and photos for the world to see, and they… Continue reading Donna: The Art of a Cineaste
iCLA’s very own dance professor Kei Takei was recently profiled and interviewed in the New York Times. She will be appearing with her Moving Earth Orient Sphere company on the Lumberyard in the City Winter Festival in New York on January 25th. The NYT article can be read below and here: kei_takei_nyt_article_24jan2018 (pdf)
Who are iCLA students, and why are they here? Find out on the Humans of iCLA Facebook photoblog! A new profile each week!
Noh (能) has been performed since the 14th century, it is a ancient form of classical Japanese drama and the demonstration of ultimate refinement of beauty, expression and dramatic speech on stage. Noh actor and iCLA lecturer Hiroyasu Sato has been engaging in the promotion of understanding and appreciation of the Noh drama throughout Japan.… Continue reading Introduction to the world of Noh theater (能)
iCLA Japan Studies Professor William Reed has been a regular commentator on TeteteTV since April 2016, a television program of the Yamanashi Broadcasting System (YBS), every Thursday afternoon. He has appeared over 88 times on this show. In January, 2018, Professor Reed was invited to a Shogi (将棋) class and met the professional shogi player Karolina Styczyńska, who… Continue reading Professor William Reed on TeteteTV