QJCCI Cocktail Reception - Bonenkai: November 29, Brisbane
Join the QJCCI to celebrate the year's achievements and look forward to 2019, at our ever popular "bonenkai" year-end networking event on Thursday evening, November 29.
This year's event will be held for the first time at Jade Buddha on the river at Eagle St Pier, Brisbane, from 5.30pm to 8pm.
The event will feature 2.5 hours (5.30pm - 8pm) of delicious canapes along with beers and wines and non-alcoholic drinks.
Don't miss what is sure to be another fantastic night of networking with leading members of the Queensland-Japan community!
Bookings are strictly limited for this event - reserve your place now via this link
* When: Thursday, 29 November 2018 from 5.30pm to 8pm
* Where: Jade Buddha, 1 Eagle St Pier, Brisbane
* Pricing: QJCCI Regular Members $55 (NB: Financial members of the QJCCI only)
Guests (Non-Members, JCCIB Members) $75
QJCCI Premium Members - 1 representative free; additional guests @ member rate
(N.B. the QJCCI is not registered for GST and these prices do not include GST)
'Autumn Leaves' Japan tour, November 10-24
Places are still available for Robert Day Travelfs gAutumn Leavesh Japan Tour focusing on Architecture, Ceramics, Art and Japanese Culture.
This 14-day Japan tour is fully escorted by architect, travel agent, former Japan resident and Japan expert, Robert Day.
Join Robert as he travels to Fukuoka, Nagasaki and Arita in Kyushu before heading to Tokyo via Okayama and Kyoto.
This is not a typical sightseeing tour but a definitive display of Japanese culture and design expression during the colour explosion of the changing of the Autumn leaves in Japan.
For more information, please visit this website.
9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9), QAGOMA, Brisbane - November 24, 2018 - April 28, 2019
The hugely ambitious APT series returns to QJCCI member QAGOMA this summer, bringing significant art from across the Asia Pacific to Brisbane. Overflowing with colour and life, this free contemporary art exhibition presents a unique mix of creativity and cross-cultural insight.
Featuring more than 80 artists and groups from over 30 countries, APT9 challenges conventional definitions of contemporary art by asking us to consider its relationship to shifting social structures across the region. Explore a number of never-before-seen installations, paintings, sculptures, photographs and video from emerging and senior artists, together with leading works from Indigenous communities and artists.
For more information, visit the website