Arts Pro Bono: A New Concept to Meet New Needs (2)
Spreading the Arts Pro Bono Model
In my previous column, “The Potential for Arts Pro Bono: Will it Lead to Innovat...
Arts Pro Bono: A New Concept to Meet New Needs
The Potential for Arts Pro Bono: Will it Lead to Innovation in Arts and Culture Organizations?
Are you familiar with the term “pro bono”? It comes from the Latin pro bono publ...
The Appeal of Tokyo’s Culture
The appeal of Tokyo’s culture lies in its breadth, its openness, and its sheer ...
Philanthropic Grants in the Run-up to 2020
In my previous column, I questioned whether there was sufficient recognition of ...
On "The Public": From Tokyo
In my last column, “On ‘The Public’: From Berlin“, I wro...
On universality and individuality
The office where I work is on the 21st floor of a high-rise building in Tokyo. Y...
The Topographic Study of Tokyo
須弥山も 五岳も富士も 一同に どつととわらふ 春はきにけり All at once, Mount Meru, the Five Great Mounta...
On "The Public": From Berlin
Having been granted a sabbatical by my employer, I’ve been living in Berli...
A Fresh Look at the Value of Grants
I get the impression that, for some reason, grants are no longer considered to b...
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