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November 11 - November 12
Ohayo Ohio II: A Japanese Symposium and Cultural Event returns this fall, with events on campus November 11-12, 2017. Events include “Kyogen and Butoh Wearing the Universe” Kyogen and Butoh Performances by Antioch Alumni and “ORIZURU 2015″ Short Film Screening, Symposium & Paper Crane Making.
Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 8pm
- “Kyogen and Butoh Wearing the Universe” Kyogen and Butoh Performances by Antioch Alumni
- Antioch College, Foundry Theater, 920 Corry St, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Sunday, November 12, 2017 2- 4pm
- Short Film, “ORIZURU 2015”, Screening, Symposium & Paper Crane Making
- Antioch College, McGregor Hall, Room 113, One Morgan Place, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
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Learn more about the film “Orizuru 2015,” a tale of modern day friendship inspired by the picture book, “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.”
Antioch College and the Village of Yellow Springs enjoy a long and storied connection with Japan. The Village welcomed and sponsored families from internment camps during World War II, Antioch professor Earle Reynolds served on the U.S. Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Hiroshima after the war (which led to the founding of the World Friendship Center), and Antioch professor Harold Wright established of the College’s exchange program with Kyoto Seika University. Reflecting this strong legacy, Japanese is one of three languages offered at Antioch College.
Ohayo Ohio is generously supported by the Japan Foundation and the Yellow Springs Community Foundation.