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Japan America Society of Southern California
Building Japan-America Relationships Since 1909
Footed Fan-shaped Box (detail), Japanese, Edo period, late 17th–mid-18th century, lacquer. Musée national des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon. Photo: Thierry Ollivier. © RMN–Grand Palais/ Art Resource, NY
Saturday, August 4, 2018 4:00pm – 5:00pm
The Getty Center1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049For GPS and maps use: Intersection of Getty Center Drive and Sepulveda BoulevardMap and directions
Parking is $15; $10 after 3 pm.
This exhibition showcases Japanese lacquer from the private collection of the French queen Marie-Antoinette. Her collection of small lacquer boxes was one of the finest in Europe, and she considered it to be among her most cherished possessions. The elaborate works reveal the queen's personal taste and demonstrate the high level of achievement attained by Japanese lacquer artists during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Admission is free, but due to limited space for the special tour, reservations are required.
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Jeffrey Weaver is an associate curator in the Department of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the J. Paul Getty Museum. A specialist of European decorative arts, he oversees the museum’s collections of Italian maiolica, European glass, and medieval and renaissance stained glass and shares the responsibilities of managing the collection of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century European decorative arts. Educated at the University of Cincinnati and Case Western Reserve University, Weaver joined the Getty Museum in 1991. He has curated a number of exhibitions on varied topics including shows on Meissen porcelain, eighteenth-century French silver, Japanese export lacquer, medieval stained glass, and the current exhibition A Queen’s Treasure from Versailles: Marie-Antoinette’s Japanese Lacquer.
SeaCliff Country Club
6501 Palm Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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Your participation will make educational programs possible that benefit children attending Title I programs (i.e., schools serving a high percentage of children from low-income families). The programs you will help make possible include the Hitachi Japanese Kite Workshops, and Japan Bowl® of California.
Sponsors are recognized in all print/electronic media, at the Awards Banquet, in the Golf Classic Program and on the Japan America Society website.
ゴルフトーナメントへの寄付金や協賛金は、南加日米協会が開催する教育プログラムを継続するための重要な資金源となっております。Title I プログラム（NCLB第 1 章で定められた不利な状況にある児童・生徒の学力の向上に向けた取組に対する財政支援） に参加している学校に通う低所得層の生徒が対象で、日立和凧ワークショップやジャパンボウルオブカリフォルニアなどのプログラムを開催しています。
Sponsorship and player fee includes BBQ Lunch, Networking Reception and Awards Banquet.
Hole Sponsor $2,000
- Priority entry for one (1) foursome
- Signage at Tee and Green
- Preferred seating at Awards Dinner
Tee Sponsor $1,500
- Priority entry for two (2) golfers
- Signage at Tee
Beverage / Product Sampling on Course $350
(Limited to 3 companies)
- 6ft Table on course to promote your product
- Great way to promote Beer, Sake, Packaged foods, Golf equipment, sports products, and more!
Banner Sponsor $250
Opportunity to display a banner up to 3ft x 6ft to promote your company during the tournament and networking reception
Individual Participant $300
Early Bird Special! Register by July 31st and receive 10 raffle tickets! ($50 value)
Networking Reception & Awards Dinner Only $65
JAS Package $50 (limited to one per player) Purchase before July 31st and receive 5 extra raffle tickets! ($25 value)
JAS Package Includes:
1 Rescue Card
1 Raffle Ticket
Opportunities to win a prize in each of the contests!
Prize Donation for Silent Auction and Raffle
Increase your company's visibility and marketing outreach!Participate by donating prizes for the silent auction or raffle, or provide your products to be included with gift favors distributed to every attendee.
Please consider donating gift-certificates, entertainment, sports or travel tickets, gift baskets, memorabilia, wine, sake or spirits for our silent auction, raffle and games.
For more information, please contact Kay Amano at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-965-9050 ext. 104.
Impact Leadership in the New Normal – VUCA World
Thursday, November 8, 2018
5:30-6:30pm Networking Reception
InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills
2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067
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In 2014, the Japan America Society of Southern California's Women's Leadership Counts Initiative (WLCI) was created as a first-of-its-kind initiative to provide a platform for women in business on both sides of the Pacific to engage in professional and leadership development.
Together with our partner organizations, business executives and community leaders, the WLCI will create a network that inspires action and moves the needle on women's leadership.
Originally introduced in the 1990s by the US Army War College to describe a new world of military engagement, VUCA is an acronym for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. The VUCA concept also resonates with an increasing number of executives who are facing the constantly changing challenges brought on by politics, economics, society and technology. What this environment requires is truly strategic leaders–both women and men–who can adapt to changing conditions and navigate this uncharted terrain to be effective. To maximize global and diverse talent, leaders must be innovative, collaborative, decisive, adaptive and creative. Our speakers will share their success stories and challenges to survive and thrive in a VUCA world.
Who Should Attend
Current and future corporate, business, academic, non-profit and entrepreneurial women and men leaders who value the U.S-Japan collaboration and wish to expand their networks.
Why You Should Attend
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RENEE WHITE FRASER, Ph.D. - BIO
Founder & CEO, Fraser Communications
LYNNE A. HUMENIK - BIO
President & CEO, Hitachi Cable America Inc.
RODERICK M. SHERWOOD III - BIO
Managing Partner, Co-Founder, Co-Chairman, and CEO, Cinemoi North America LLC
DENITA WILLOUGHBY - BIO
Vice President, Supply Management and Logistics, Southern California Gas Company
$115 Admission plus new 1 year JASSC Membership ($75 value)
For attractive sponsorship opportunities, click here to download information or contact Kay Amano at email@example.com or call 310-965-9050 ext 104.
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