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Casals at the White House Art in Camelot: The Arts in the Kennedy Years

Art in Camelot: The Arts in the Kennedy Years

Through his words and examples, President Kennedy raised awareness of the importance of the arts in America

Peking Opera China: Arts & Culture

China: Arts & Culture

This video series brings you a glimpse of the history and diversity of China's performing arts

Dan-One Dan-One: Alphabetical Engineer

Dan-One: Alphabetical Engineer

Graffiti artist Danny ‘Dan-One’ Polonco, a self-described “Alphabetical Engineer,” talks about graffiti art form as a means for self-expression.

hands on a djembe Haiti: Music & Culture

Haiti: Music & Culture

This video series brings you a glimpse of the music of Haiti

Toyota Partner Robot Japan: Arts & Culture

Japan: Arts & Culture

This is your passport to the arts and culture of Japan as experienced through the Kennedy Center's Japan! culture + hyperculture festival (February 2008). This series will help you learn about some of the major art forms in Japan—art, theater, dance, music, manga, anime, robots, and visual art installations.

Wakamaru Japanese Robots!

Japanese Robots!

At the forefront of hyperculture, Japan's robots are at once amazing works of art and fantastic feats of engineering. Japan has been at the vanguard of global robot development and technology since the 1970s and continues to invent new ways these machines can aid, entertain, and inspire mankind.

Koji Koji Kakinuma: Otsukimi

Koji Kakinuma: Otsukimi

JAPAN! culture + hyperculture was marked by a festive Otsukimi (Japanese moon-viewing) evening featuring a special Millennium Stage performance of Trancework and Eternal Now by shodo performing artist Koji Kakinuma, accompanied by the taiko group AUN.

Koji Koji Kakinuma: Trancework

Koji Kakinuma: Trancework

Calligraphy artist Koji Kakinuma presents one of his trademark innovations, Trancework, in which he paints countless repetitions of a simple, powerful phrase, producing a giant calligraphic work.

Mayawa Denke Maywa Denki

Maywa Denki

Founded in 1993 by two brothers, Maywa Denki is a performance art troupe with a unique style. Each piece of their work is called a "product" and a live performance or exhibition is held as a "product demonstration." Although they're known and appreciated as artists, their promotion strategies are full of variety - besides exhibitions and live stage performances, they produce music, videos, writing, toys, stationery, and electronic devices.

Oki Dub Oki Dub

Oki Dub

Oki is the world's most prominent performer of the tonkori, a long, flat instrument that produces its own distinct sound and is the only stringed instrument in the Karafuto Ainu musical tradition. Oki’s contemporary approach has won him praise in Japan and around the world.

Sculpture by Richard Serra Sculpture With Richard Serra

Sculpture With Richard Serra

Richard Serra's most recognizable works are monumental steel sculptures. Learn more in this microsite tour.

Kawashima Shigeo Kawashima: Wa

Shigeo Kawashima: Wa

The Japanese have a long and deep relationship with bamboo, and their culture has produced the most beautiful art in this medium. Shigeo Kawashima's sculptures take bamboo as an artistic medium to a new level. His work WA ("Ring") was commissioned for the festival and constructed on site.

Shin Tanaka Shin Tanaka: Paper Toys

Shin Tanaka: Paper Toys

Shin Tanaka is a Japanese artist, graffiti writer, paper toy creator, designer who has worked with some of the biggest names in street fashion and designer toys.

Tadao Ando Tadao Ando: Four Cubes to Contemplate Our Environment

Tadao Ando: Four Cubes to Contemplate Our Environment

The world-renowned architect Tadao Ando presents this world-premiere glass installation, which explores sustainability and the environment. It was constructed on-site specifically for the Kennedy Center Festival of Japan in 2008.

Terra Cotta Warriors Terra Cotta Warriors

Terra Cotta Warriors

The Terra Cotta Warriors are a collection of 8,000 statues that were buried over 2,000 years ago in the tomb of China's first emperor Qin Shi Huang. Three of the statues - two soldiers and a horse - were sent to the Kennedy Center for display during the Festival of China

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