Hafu Project @ 3331 Chiyoda Arts

August 11th, 2010

Starting last Saturday, August 7, our sister project the Hafu Photography/Interview project has been on exhibition at the 3331 Chiyoda Arts. It’s a beautiful space converted from a former elementary school. Natalie Willer’s photographs hang impressively on the stark white walls and if you are in Tokyo for the next couple of weeks it’s a must see. The teaser of the film is playing there as well. The exhibition continues until the 29th of August.

Hafu Exhibition @ 3331 Chiyoda Arts

This Friday in particular Marcia and Natalie will be giving a presentation/discussion enetitled Nibunnoni 2. Here are the details:

Nibunnoni 2: HAFU Talk and Taidan

Time
Friday, August 13· 19:00 – 22:00

Location 3331 http://www.3331.jp

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More info
http://www.hafujapanese.org/eng/events.html
This public lecture explores the complex nature of the identities and experiences of hafus. The first part focuses on the making of the project and themes derived from the interviews. In the second half we are inviting a guest speaker, also a hafu, to provide a valuable opportunity to explore the ways in which ethnic territory and identity are actually negotiated and defined. …. Free …event ….Booking not necessary

The Hafu Film teaser playing on the background at 3331 Chiyoda Arts