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Magdalena Iwamura will be our main speaker. She will talk about “Baroque Style and Design in the 17th and 18th centuries: an early example of Globalization.” She will use slides/visuals.
Magdalena trained in art and education in Germany. She continues to teach after many years here in Tokyo following a period of design work in architecture.
Since 2011 she has taught “European Art History” and “Historical Context of Design” at universities in Tokyo.
Stan Yukevich will also make a short presentation on March 12 about the art critic, philosopher, poet/novelist, and painter John Berger (1926-Jan. 2017), who is famous for his book and BBC TV series “Ways of Seeing.”
  • Date: Sunday, March 12, 2017, 3:00 pm
  • Venue: Seminar Room 402, International House of Japan
  • Participation fee: donation (1,000 yen) suggested
  • Capacity: 12 persons
  • Reservation is not required.
  • Organizer: Unitarian Fellowship of Tokyo
  • Inquiries: unitarianfellowshipoftokyo@gmail.com