'Dig in Japan' at Museum of East Asian Antiquities and the National Museums of World Culture

Activity: OtherPublic engagement, outreach and knowledge exchange - Festival/exhibition

Ami Skanberg Dahlstedt - Participant

For the exhibition Dig in Japan, which is shown during 2018, we have invited new and old guests to dig through the museum's Japanese collections and exhibit their favourite objects. The items are shown along with films in which Petra Holmberg, our curator for Japan, and our guest discuss everything they both know about the tea bowl, netsuke or woodprint.

This year, our eight guests and their chosen objects will be presented in a golden treasure chamber at the Museum of East Asian Antiquities, as well as on the National Museums of World Culture website.
A new video and object will be rotated in on the last Tuesday of each month as listed below.

30 Jan–25 Feb: Artist Sonia Hedstrand, 27 Feb–25 Mar: Japanologist Lars Vargö, 27 Mar–29 Apr: Author Yukiko Duke, 8 May–3 June: Cosplayer Linn Eriksson, 19 June - 26 Aug: Craftspersons Douglas Luhanko nad Kerstin Neumuller, 28 aug- 28 oct: Tatoo artist Matti Sedholm, 30 oct- 25 nov choreographer and PhD candidate Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt
30 Oct 201825 Nov 2018

External organisation (Commissioned by)

NameMuseum of East Asian Antiquities, the National Museums of World Culture, Sweden

ID: 32154108