BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170310T000000Z DTEND:20170310T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Think differently about sex\, sexuality and gender with this op ening night lecture by exhibition guest curator&nbsp\;<strong>Asato Ikeda< /strong>&nbsp\;(Fordham University). Highlights from&nbsp\;<em><a href="ht tp://"><strong>A Third Gender:&nbsp\;Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints</strong></a>&nbsp\ ;</em>are used to illustrate fundamental questions at the core of the exhi bition\, including how gender and sexuality were structured in early moder n Japan\, and in what ways Edo-period sexuality relates to contemporary LG BTQ+ culture.&nbsp\;<em>Followed by a reception</em>.\n<strong>Tickets:</s trong>\n$12/$10 Japan Society&nbsp\;<a href=" age/support/individual">members</a>\, seniors &amp\; students\n<a href="ht tp://">Box Offic e Policy</a>\n<strong>Asato Ikeda</strong>\, the curator of&nbsp\;<em>A Th ird Gender: Beautiful Youth in Japanese Prints</em>\, is Assistant Profess or of Art History at Fordham University and Research Associate at Royal On tario Museum. She has co-edited the anthology&nbsp\;<em>Art and War in Jap an and Its Empire: 1931-1960</em>&nbsp\;(Brill\, 2012)\, and her monograph &nbsp\;<em>Fashioning Fascism: Japanese Paintings during the Second World War\,</em>&nbsp\;is forthcoming from the University of Hawaii Press in 201 7.&nbsp\;\n<strong>Friday\, March 10\, 6:30 PM</strong> DTSTAMP:20240418T132216Z SUMMARY:Asato Ikeda: A Third Gender and Edo Visual Culture URL:/en/events/2017/03/10/asato-ikeda-a-third-gender-and-edo-visual-culture / END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR