Individuals

Individuals


This Spring:


  • Japan Society Gallery presents A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints, the first exhibition in North America devoted to the portrayal of wakashu, or beautiful youths. Open now through June 11, 2017. Exhibitions are always free for members!

  • Join us for the 2017 Globus Film Series, Beyond Godzilla: Alternative Futures & Fantasies in Japanese Cinema, featuring a wide range of Japanese sci-fi/fantasy films. This series starts on March 24 and run through April 8. Contributing members and above enjoy one pair of complimentary tickets to a select film during the series

  • Celebrate Japanese traditional holidays at Japan Society! We offer six annual family festivals throughout the year, including Oshogatsu, Kodomo No Hi, and Tanabata.

  • Calling all monster movie enthusiasts for an evening filled with your favorite marches, melodies, vibes and reverbs from the Japanese cult classic Godzilla on April 28! This concert showcases the remarkable range of music composed by Akira Ifukube, who was known for creating some of the most memorable aural moments in cinematic history.

  • Participate in an array of programs from our Language Center, including immersive Japanese language classes for students of all levels, Nihongo Chat and shodo workshops.

  • Enjoy all that Japan Society has to offer this season! Please check our event calendar for more information about our programs.

Your membership enables Japan Society to present all of these programs and more at affordable prices for those yearning to learn more about Japan. Membership gives you exclusive benefits, invitations to special events and discounts on hundreds of performances, films, lectures and classes.

   

We look forward to seeing you at Japan Society!



Levels of Membership

Individual ($60) Dual ($100)

  • Free admission to gallery exhibitions
  • Invitations to members-only programs and gallery exhibition openings
  • Discounts on box office events and select pre-sale opportunities
  • Discounts on classes at the Toyota Language Center
  • Discounts on Japan Society exhibition catalogues
  • Access to special offers in the monthly member eNewsletter
  • Subscription to bimonthly Calendar of Events

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Family ($125)

All Individual benefits for two adults and up to four children under 18, plus:
  • Discounted tickets for family programs*
  • Discounts on Performing Arts workshops for children and teens
  • Discounts on the Summer Immersion Program for students
To purchase more than 2 tickets prior to an event, call 212-715-1258


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Contributing ($150)

All Family benefits, plus:
  • Complimentary ticket offers throughout the year
  • Two complimentary gallery passes each year

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Sustaining ($250)

All Contributing benefits, plus:

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Sponsor ($500)

All Sustaining benefits, plus:
  • Invitations to select private receptions and special events
  • Invitations to private gallery tours
  • One select exhibition catalogue each year
  • One Individual ($60) gift membership for a person of your choice
  • Acknowledgment in Japan Society’s Annual Report

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Student/Senior ($40)

  • Student (full-time students with valid ID)
  • Senior (age 65 and older with verification)
  • All Individual benefits


To join or renew at the Student or Senior levels, please contact the Membership Office at (212) 715-1270.


Circle of Friends

Circle of Friends giving begins at $1,000 and allows you either to focus your gift on particular programs or support our full range of programming. Special benefits accompany these levels.

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The Clark in Williamstown, MA
On Sunday, March 26, our Circle of Friends members traveled to The Clark in Williamstown, MA to view their beautiful exhibition Japanese Impressions: Color Woodblock Prints from the Rodbell Family Collection. The group enjoyed a private tour of the exhibition led by Curator Jay Clarke, a chance to meet collector Adele Rodbell, a special lecture on ukiyo-e by Professor Julie Davis and free time to explore the exquisite collection, extensive groups and new Tadao Ando-designed building.



Frieze New York
Complimentary tickets for Frieze New York Art Fair (May 5 – 7) are available to our Friends of Gallery Circle of Friends Members. Available on a first-come first-served basis.

“Frieze New York 2017 brings together the world’s leading modern and contemporary art galleries, innovative curated sections, a celebrated series of talks, site-specific artist commissions and the city’s most talked about restaurants, all in a bespoke structure overlooking the East River in Randall's Island Park.”



NYC Hanami
Sakura season is upon us! Best spots to enjoy the blossoms include:


The best time to see sakura is typically from mid-April to early-May. Blossoms only last for a short time, so be sure to enjoy them while you can!





Oshogatsu
This past January, Japan Society threw a New Year's celebration to ring in 2017. Parents, children, and family members of all ages practiced taiko drumming, learned how to pound rice to make mochi, decorated traditional hyotans (gourds), and made their own nenga-jo (New Year's cards).



Twilight Masquerade
In the spirit of Japan Society Gallery’s exhibition Simon Starling: At Twilight, members donned their very own disguises for this after-hours masquerade.

"Sake Ninja" Chris Johnson was on hand to whip up a signature sake cocktail created just for Japan Society. Music included the jazzy stylings of the Chris Whittaker Trio. DJ Aki followed, spinning until closing time.


PICTURES FROM PAST EVENTS

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Images: Izumi Higa, courtesy of Yokohama Noh Theater © Yoshiaki Kanda; Manabu Ikeda, (b. 1973), Foretoken (detail), 2008. Pen, acrylic ink on paper, mounted on boards; 72 x 132 in. Collection of Sustainable Investor Co. Ltd. © Manabu Ikeda, courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery, photo © Alan Klein.

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