"Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese ... "

  • January 21, 2013 · 7:45 PM
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An group excursion, by our friends, at Sharing East Asia, to attend Morbid Anatomy's "Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese Animation" Morbid Anatomy Presents illustrated lecture, at Observatory.

Come join our friends, at Sharing East Asia, for a 7:45 PM group excursion to attend Morbid Anatomy's "Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese Animation" Morbid Anatomy Presents illustrated lecture, at Observatory, on Monday, January 21, 2013.

Ms. J. R. PEPPERHaving been confronted with extreme devastation during WWII, the Japanese have not been shy about illustrating the end of the world and post-apocalyptic landscape in their films.  This can perhaps be most notably seen in their animation.  Brilliant feats of Japanese animation like, Akira, Princess Mononoke, X/1999, and Neon Genesis Evangelion have painstakingly detailed worlds devastated by war, disease, technology and the fall of civilization.  Why has the world of Japanese anime embraced such a macabre event?  This lecture will examine the phenomenon of the post-apocalyptic Earth in anime as well as explore the current trends.

You are invited and welcome to join Sharing East Asia's group excursion to attend Morbid Anatomy's "Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese Animation" Morbid Anatomy Presents illustrated lecture, at Observatory, located at 543 Union Street, and Nevins Street, in Gowanus, Brooklyn, on Monday, January 21, 2013, at 7:45 PM.  Entrance for Observatory and Morbid Anatomy's "Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese Animation" Morbid Anatomy Presents illustrated lecture, is on Nevins Street, through the large black gates, down an alley to the right of the building, second door on the left (look for sign that says Proteus Gowanus).

Sharing East Asia's group excursion to attend Morbid Anatomy's 8:00 PM "Bright Eyes At The Apocalypse: Exploring The End Of The World In Japanese Animation" Morbid Anatomy Presents illustrated lecture, will meet at Observatory, located at 543 Union Street, and Nevins Street, in Gowanus, Brooklyn, on Monday, January 21, 2013, at 7:45 PM.

* DIRECTIONS TO OBSERVATORY CAN BE FOUND AT THIS LINK. *

Observatory, which is located at 543 Union Street, and Nevins Street, in Gowanus, Brooklyn, is a private entity and finite in space and limited in accommodations with entrance on Nevins Street, through the large black gates, down an alley to the right of the building, second door on the left (look for sign that says Proteus Gowanus).

To assist in possibly, locating and recognizing the Event Host, on 2013 January 21 Monday, the Event Host shall likely be a short female of of European Caucasian descent, with curly salt-and-pepper hair, and wearing wire-rimmed eyeglasses.  Or one could possibly glance at the Event Host’s picture, on the Event Host’s Sharing East Asia Member profile.

Those attending and joining Sharing East Asia's group excursion, should be attentive and cognizant that the venue, Observatory's event space, is finite in space and limited in accommodations, and that the program managers and program organizers, Morbid Anatomy and Observatory, may deny entry and admission, to anyone at anytime, at their discretion and fancy.

Most sentient beings are invited and welcome to join and attend.

And please, DO NOT forget about The New York City Manga & Comics Group January Meeting, on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, at Café R.

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