|General Enquiries||Akemi Solloway|
|Venue Layout Coordination/Production||Ian Ruddemail@example.com|
|Guest Liaison||David Mack|
|Cosplay & Game Show Coordinator||Emily Bastian|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Piers Coma|
|Website/Graphic Design||Paul Browne www.arc23.com|
|PR||Tony Karimu/Angie Neoh|
|Martial Arts||Roger Payne|
People and Organisations Participating in the Japanese Art Festival
A wealth of talent and creativity lies behind the people involved in the event. The Japanese Art Festival is proud to be associated with the many artists, people and organisations that are involved.
Akemi Solloway, lecturer of Japanese culture and arts
Akemi Solloway is descended from a venerable Samurai family and plays a unique role in introducing Japanese culture to Britain.
She divides her time between Japan and the UK, leading tours, lecturing and leading fascinating workshops in traditional and modern Japanese arts, crafts and etiquette.
It is her aim to present authentic Japanese culture in an accessible and enjoyable manner. Photo copyright © 2006, David Nuttall
Mid Sussex Martial Arts School
The school focuses on some of the traditional martial arts of Japan including Judo, traditional Aikido, Iaido and Kendo.
Other Supporters of the Japanese Art Festival
- Exeter University Japan Society
- London University Japanese Traditional Music Society
- Glasgow University Japan Society
- Japanese Garden Society
- British Origami Society
- Goldsmith University Anime Club
- Edinburgh university Japan Society
- Nippon Connections (Japanese Society of the University of Aberdeen
- Oxford university Japan Society
- Derby Anime and Manga Society
- Nihon Manga Gakai (Japan Society for Studies in Cartoon and Comics)
- Kyoto International Manga Museum
- Tokyo Design Festa
- Musashino art university
- Kyorin university
- Association of Japanese Animations