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Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library Former editor-in-chief speaks! Connection between fashion magazine planning and society -Magazines are mirrors that reflect the times-

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A former editor-in-chief speaks! Connection between fashion magazine planning and society -Magazines are mirrors that reflect the times- ……
Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library Tokyo Magazine Bank College Lecture The Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library utilizes its extensive collection of magazines to carry out activities aimed at creating a base for learning and exchange called the Tokyo Magazine Bank College. Our museum has a large collection of fashion magazines. Therefore, this time we will be holding a lecture by Junko Tomikawa, a researcher of modern fashion and magazine culture and former magazine
editor-in-chief!
In addition to the title theme, “About the connection between fashion magazine planning and society,” we will also introduce the history of Japanese fashion magazines, the behind-the-scenes stories behind their editing, and how to utilize the magazine’s documentary nature. In addition, when applying for participation, we will be looking for “fashion magazines that you would like to display at the venue on the day.” From the collected magazines, we will actually display the magazines we have in our collection at the venue.
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Ms. Atsuko Tomikawa
Former editor-in-chief of six magazines including “Hanako” and “anan”. Professor, Department of Contemporary Culture and Expression, Faculty of Letters, Atomi Gakuen Women’s University from April 2010 to March 2024. Majoring in contemporary fashion and magazine culture. The 13th president of the Japan Publishing Society.
Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library Tokyo Magazine Bank College Individual Partner. overview
Date and time: Saturday, July 6, 2020, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library 2nd floor seminar room Capacity: 120 people (in case of many applications, lottery will be held) How to apply
Please apply using one of the methods below.
(1) Tokyo Metropolitan Library homepage
https://www.library.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/
(2) Return postcard
Please fill out the required information below and mail it.
■ Correspondence
[surface]
2-2-26 Izumicho, Kokubunji City 185-8520
Addressed to “Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library Tokyo Magazine Bank College Officer”
[Back] *Fields 1 to 4 are required
1 Name (furigana)
2 Phone number
3 Address
4 How did you find out about this event?
5 Request for childcare service (for children 6 months to preschool age) (enter the age and number of children)
6 Request for sign language interpretation or summary writing for the hearing impaired
7 Request for carer seat/wheelchair seat
8 Fashion magazines you would like to see displayed at the venue on the day ■Reply
[Front page] Address and name of yourself (applicant)
[Back side] (blank)
Application deadline: Monday, June 10, 2020 (return postcards must be postmarked on that day)
*We will contact you via email or reply postcard within two weeks after the application deadline regarding whether or not you will be able to participate.
contact information
Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Library
2-2-26 Izumicho, Kokubunji City, Tokyo 185-8520
TEL: 042-359-4020
access
●JR Chuo Line/Musashino Line
7 minutes walk from the south exit of Nishi-Kokubunji Station ●Keio Bus Temple 8 5 system
5 minutes walk from “Izumi Plaza-mae”
●Bun Bus Manyo Keyaki Route / Kitamachi Route / Hiyoshicho Route 4 minutes walk from “Nishikokubunji Station Higashi”
*The number of parking spaces (paid) is limited. Please use public transportation when visiting the museum.
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000005092.000052467.html



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