Last week on Thursday 7 July we enjoyed a visit to two of our cultural members in Leiden, where we could see the impressive exhibition ‘Shin hanga. The New Prints of Japan’ at Japanmuseum SieboldHuis, and the beautifully restored folding screen, “View of Deshima in Nagasaki Bay” by Kawahara Keiga at Museum Volkenkunde (National Museum of World Cultures).
We are pleased to invite you to join us in Leiden for a cultural experience where we will visit not one but two of our members: Japan Museum SieboldHuis and Museum Volkenkunde. The event will take place on Thursday 7 July.
The programme will start with a welcome and drinks at Japan Museum SieboldHuis, which houses the most beautiful objects from Japan behind a Dutch historic facade. After a short introduction and a visit to the special exhibition “Shin hanga. New prints from Japan”, we will walk to Museum Volkenkunde which is located nearby.
At Museum Volkenkunde we will see the beautifully restored folding screen, “View of Deshima in Nagasaki Bay” by Kawahara Keiga. They will also give a short presentation about the recent developments, as well as a tour. The event will be concluded with a networking reception.
Date: Thursday 7 July
Time: 13:30 – 17:00
Japan Museum SieboldHuis Rapenburg 19, 2311 GE Leiden
Museum Volkenkunde, Steenstraat 1, 2312 BS Leiden
13:30 Registration and Welcome Drinks
14:00 Opening remarks by Christa de Kemp, Managing Director of Dujat
14:05 Presentation by Kris Schiermeier, Director of Japan Museum SieboldHuis
14:15 Visit to the special exhibition “Shin hanga. New prints from Japan”
14:45 Depart to Museum Volkenkunde
15:15 Welcome by Marieke van Bommel, General Director of National Museum of World Cultures
15:20 Presentation about folding screen Kawahara Keiga by Daan Kok, Curator East Asia, National Museum of World Cultures
15:30 Tour at Museum Volkenkunde
16:00 Closing remarks, Start networking reception
17:00 End of Event