The Japan News: Shimane: Exhibition shows ties between Lafcadio Hearn, 2 Americans

ハーンを慕った二人のアメリカ人:ボナー・フェラーズとエリザベス・ビスランド Two Americans Who Admired Hearn: Bonner Fellers  & Elizabeth Bisland – 企画展・イベント – 小泉八雲記念館 | Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum


Japan Society: The Morgan Library with Shiro Sano, Kyoji Yamamoto and Bon Koizumi


Just a short walk from Grand Central and Penn Station, the Morgan is a major exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music, one of New York’s great historic sites, and a wonderful place to dine, shop, and attend a concert or film.

Calligraphy performance by Nanami Nanasawa and Kyoji Yamamoto at the Nippon Club in New York

Kyodo: Bon Koizumi, Lafcadio Hearn’s great-grandson lectured in New York

多様性尊重した小泉八雲を紹介 渡米150年、ひ孫が講演 | 共同通信

【ニューヨーク共同】明治時代の作家小泉八雲(ラフカディオ・ハーン、1850~1904年)のひ孫の小泉凡さん(58)が23日、ニューヨークで講演し、多様性を尊重した八雲の考え方を紹介した。八雲が英国から渡米して150年となるのを記念し、研究者や愛読者でつくる八雲会(松江市)が主催した。 …

Everett Kennedy Brown’s photography exhibition started in New Orleans!


Journey to a corner of Japan rich in myth and folklore in #THNOC’s newest exhibition “Seeking an Open Life: Photographs of Lafcadio Hearn’s Japan.” Wait, why is this New Orleans history museum showing photos of Japan? Well, photographer Everett Kennedy Brown took these images of the Izumi District, in the southwest of the country. Much like New Orleans, the area is steeped in myth and folklore, so much so that it attracted writer Lafcadio Hearn after he spent a decade living in New Orleans—and explaining our unusual customs to the world. The images themselves were produced using 19th-century techniques and are imbued with the quiet mystery that drew Hearn to the region. This is the first time that Brown’s photographs are appearing outside of Japan, and THNOC is proud to display these fascinating works. Visit the exhibition at 410 Chartres Street now through January 5, 2020. Admission is free. #lafcadiohearn #visitthnoc . . 📸 All images ©️Everett Kennedy Brown

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