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Rare Correspondence: Packard-Grabhorn Rare Correspondence, the companion issue to Impressions 36, features letters from the art dealer Harry Packard to his client, the print collector Edwin Grabhorn, from 1950 to 1964. Members who joined or renewed up until June 2015  (for the January–December 2015 membership year) received this issue free as part of their membership. To order additional copies, visit the JASA Store, or print and fill out the Publications Order Form.

 
JASA Lectures Online

JClark lecture ShungaASA has now begun an initiative to record JASA lectures when possible. JASA member John Resig—creator of Ukiyo-e.org, the Japanese woodblock print database and search engine,  has volunteered to record audio of a selection of these lectures and combine it with the slides used by the presenter.  These videos can be watched by anyone interested in Japanese art and culture, and from anywhere in the world.  As a lecture is completed. it will be announced on the website and viewers can click on a link view it on YouTube.

In New York in May 2014, John Resig demonstrated the use of the Ukiyo-e.org  search engine. Click here to view a video of his lecture, The Floating World at Your Finger Tips.

Click here to view Timothy Clark's lecture on shunga, presented in New York in November 2014.

 
Special Offer

Support the Japanese Art Society and your favorite college, university, museum or public library! Click here for a special offer for Impressions, the Society's annual journal on Japanese art.

 
The JASA Store Is Open!

JASA memberships and renewals—as well as Impressions  current and back issues, subscriptions and other publications—can now be purchased online through PayPal, by credit card or direct debit.  Stop by the JASA Store today!

 
Donald Keene Award for Impressions

Donald Keene AwardThe 2010 Donald Keene Prize for the Promotion of Japanese Culture, was awarded to JASA's annual journal, Impressions, in recognition of its leading role in fostering the understanding and appreciation of Japanese art internationally. L. to r.: Joan D. Baekeland, former President of JASA, and Julia Meech, Editor of Impressions

 
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