Japan – Baltic design week MADE IN JAPAN is here!

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Opening concert of the Japan – Baltic design week MADE IN JAPAN: accordion talent from Lithuania Martynas Levickis and his colleagues from Japan – Taca and Aco – will impress You with the one and only multicultural performance.

Piano.lt concert hall, Vilnius, 19:00, October 21, 2015.

Tickets are available at sale points and the website of “Bilietų pasaulis”. Event is a part of the project “Tekančios saulės scena” (eng. “Scene of the Rising Sun”). Project is sponsored by Lithuanian Council of Culture.

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/761457607299664/

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Have You ever experienced, how Lithuanian – Japanese combination jazz sounds like? There are no words to describe such a cultural intertwine, thus discover emotional music with famous Japanese composer and producer Yasushi Ishii and our local stars – Lithuanian Jazz Trio

Chaim Frenkel Villa, Šiauliai, 19:00, October 22, 2015.

Tickets are available at sale points and the website of “Bilietų pasaulis”. Event is a part of the project “Tekančios saulės scena” (eng. “Scene of the Rising Sun”).

Project is sponsored by Lithuanian Council of Culture.

More details:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1002507626468271/

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 Japan – Baltic design week MADE IN JAPAN is the first event in the Baltics attempting to build a bridge between two unique cultures and create valuable professional network in the field of international design, art and music business. MADE IN JAPAN Conference has invited well known experts from different countries to deliver significant insights about most discussed topics in the categories of interest.Conference guests –  a Founder and Program Director of the EARS “Europe – Asia Roundtable Sessions” creative conference Jani Joenniemi, an international research expert and strategist in web, design and advertising Ryotaro Bordini Chikushi, Art Director/ Contributing Editor of the respected Japanese culture, art, literature and design online journal “Neojaponisme” Ian Lynam and many other top professionals sharing their experience. MADE IN JAPAN aims to become a traditional inspirational event attracting international creative audience.

October 23 – 24, 2015, Vilnius, Lithuania, in the spaces of culture bar “Kablys” and “Menų spaustuvė”.

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1504326063216622/

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MADE IN JAPAN: First ever Japanese – Baltic design week that fits in Your bag

The first ever Japanese – Baltic MADE IN JAPAN design week event.  A cozy space with white and grey chess alike floor decorations is rarely used for such occasions, but this time it will symbolically become a home for two different design perceptions. This year’s theme of the event – Lifestyle that fits in a bag – is represented by more than 50 designers from Japan, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia. You will have a rare opportunity to meet talented professionals, expand Your business network and purchase unique household and leisure objects, fashion accessories and office items. You are welcome to dive into the MADE IN JAPAN’S Japanese and Baltic design culture and fill Your lifestyle bag with two days of creative workshops, music events and conferences.

On the 24th – 25th of October,  in the Vilnius Academy of Art Chess House.

More details:  https://www.facebook.com/events/418810398323020/

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 Naomi Utamakura is a well known opera singer who introduces a unique genre “Wakageki” – combination of ancient Japanese poetry, comtemporary music and scene decorations.

October 27, 2015, 18:00, at Taujėnai manor, Ukmergė.

Tickets are available at sale points and the website of “Bilietų pasaulis”. Event is a part of the project “Tekančios saulės scena” (eng. “Scene of the Rising Sun”). Project is sponsored by Lithuanian Council of Culture.

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1025097600890179/

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Author: BalticAsia

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