View talks by renowned scholars from the symposium which coincide dwith the opening of the exhibition, Poetry in Clay: Korean Buncheong Ceramics from Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art on view at the Asian Art Museum (September 16, 2011–January 8, 2012).
Middle School (6-8),High School (9-12),College and Beyond
This is a sequence of photos taken at the conservation studios at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. The ceramicist is demonstrating the steps in making a ru ware of the type produced during the Northern Song Dyasty.
A series of lectures (approx. 45 minutes per part)
The first section of lectures in this series will cover the history of Korean culture and art chronologically, ending with an analysis of Korea’s exciting contemporary art scene. The last four lectures will examine early Japanese culture and art (with the remaining history of Japanese art to be covered in the Spring 2014 semester).
A series of lectures in two parts (about 45 min. per part)
The lectures in this series have been structured to provide a broad overview of both pre-Islamic and Islamic art. The subjects include pre-Islamic art in Iran, Central Asia, Arabia and Byzantium, painting, architecture, ceramics, textiles, calligraphy, Islam in India, attitudes towards images, and contemporary art. A distinguished roster of prominent scholars and curators has been assembled, several of whom will be coming from famous UK institutions such as Oxford and the British Museum.
A series of lectures in two parts (approx. 45 minutes per part)
The Society for Asian Art's renowned Arts of Asia lecture series will focus on trade roads and sea routes. You will be transported from courts to caravans, from stupas to shipwrecks, from mountain passes and river valleys to open seas. Travel with merchants and monks, monarchs and missionaries and see their riches and relics. Discover ancient ceramics, sculptures, coins, calligraphy, tea wares, textiles and much more.