Teaching Break Screening Schedule

Hey everyone,

It’s a little late due to exams, assignments, and generally procrastinating, but it’s time to announce our schedule for the teaching break! We will be continuing to meet over the teaching/Easter holiday break, though we’ll be taking a break from most of our normal Screenings except Full Metal Alchemist and instead playing a whole series, as well as a couple of OVAs and a movie. The precise schedule is as follows:

Wednesday September 10:
6:00pm – Blood Lad (episodes 1-5)

Friday September 12:
5:00pm – Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood
5:30pm – Hanamonogatari

Wednesday September 17:
6:00pm – Blood Lad (episodes 6-10)

Friday September 19:
5:00pm – Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood
5:30pm – Mirai Nikki OVA (Future Diary OVA)
6:00pm – Steins;Gate Movie

Plus, the Monday night video games, as well as the Wednesday and Friday Night board games, are continuing as normal.

We hope to see you there! おたのしみに!

James
Screenings Co-ordinator
ANUAGS

Spring Break!! Cool things are happening!

Hey everyone,

Just a quick post to remind everyone that we will still be meeting over the break with Monday Gaming, Wednesday Screenigns+Gaming and Friday Screenings+Gaming. Screenings will have a few special things rather than the normal schedule but you’l have to come along to find out what exactly.

In other news there are a few cool things happening around:

Firstly Za Kabuki is doing their annual performance this weekend on both Saturday (7pm) and Sunday (3pm) at the Papermoon Theatre in Union Court. A general ticket is $15 but there are a variety of cheaper options too. You can find the performance details on the facebook event or buy tickets directly from Eventbrite

Secondly there is a special Japanese language beginner holiday course being offered during the second week of the break. It is from the 16th (Tuesday) to the 19th (Friday) and is held from 9:30am-12:30pm everyday. You need to have no knowledge of Japanese or not have studied it for more than 3 months. I have been assured that random phrases picked up from excessive anime watching or playing JRPGs do not count towards studying Japanese and won’t exclude you from participating. Contact Naomi at naomi.ogi@anu.edu.au for more info.

Finally, our buddies at GAMMA.CON are recruiting people to join the committee to help plan next year’s convention. If you think you’d be interested check out the info on their facebook page and/or share it to anyone you think might be keen.

Ja mata!

James
President
ANU Anime and Gaming Society